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Dublin Wit
by Des MacHale | Humor
Registered by Egle_ska of Dublin, Co. Dublin Ireland on Friday, May 18, 2012
Average 9 star rating by BookCrossing Members 

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Journal Entry 1 by Egle_ska from Dublin, Co. Dublin Ireland on Friday, May 18, 2012

9 out of 10

"...Dubliners have a great turn of phrase when it comes to describing the extremes of hunger pangs...
I'm that hungry I could eat a nun;s arse through the convent railings.
I'm that hungry I could eat the balls off a low-flying duck."
 


Journal Entry 2 by Egle_ska at -- Wild Released somewhere in Dublin in Dublin, Co. Dublin Ireland on Friday, May 18, 2012

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Released 2 yrs ago (5/18/2012 UTC) at -- Wild Released somewhere in Dublin in Dublin, Co. Dublin Ireland

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There is 398 ft tower rising to the sky of Dublin called The Spire of Dublin. Standing there for no particular reason, for no particular purpose, standing there, trying to be pretty and failing so. No surprise then that witty Dubliners have quite a few names for it. The Nail in the Pale, The Rod to God, The Erection at the Intersection, The Lampland in Clampland and The Stiletto in the Ghetto to name a few. All names may be found in the book called "Dublin Wit" stuck on the Rod itself for grabs. 




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