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The "Incredibly Impossible to Derail This Thread" thread
18 February 2014
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wetsroosa said

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Ha I laugh at ye all with your 20 medals. Ireland has zero- GO TEAM!

Ireland never seem to do very well at sports. What is it, are you not a very active nation or something? :)
 

Maybe they should call upon the help of this guy...

Lucky the Leprechaun is always being chased by kids who are after his ...

Down with your stereotypes, doesn't help that my last post was about drinking ah fu..

 

Interesting fact: It's quite hard to find Lucky Charms in Ireland and if you can find them they are at ridiculous prices, who pays €8 for a box of cereal???

 

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Interesting fact: It's quite hard to find Lucky Charms in Ireland and if you can find them they are at ridiculous prices, who pays €8 for a box of cereal???

Since when is a box of cereal a lucky charm?

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18 February 2014
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This shows how the UK train for the skeleton, and keep getting golds (two in a row, woo-hoo!):

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18 February 2014
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fabfouremily said

Interesting fact: It's quite hard to find Lucky Charms in Ireland and if you can find them they are at ridiculous prices, who pays €8 for a box of cereal???

Since when is a box of cereal a lucky charm?

Wait, you've never had Lucky Charms? Marshmallowy goodness.

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IveJustSeenAFaceo said

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Interesting fact: It's quite hard to find Lucky Charms in Ireland and if you can find them they are at ridiculous prices, who pays €8 for a box of cereal???

Since when is a box of cereal a lucky charm?

Wait, you've never had Lucky Charms? Marshmallowy goodness.

Oh, I see. No, I haven't. Never even heard of them, actaully.

 

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18 February 2014
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IveJustSeenAFaceo said

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Interesting fact: It's quite hard to find Lucky Charms in Ireland and if you can find them they are at ridiculous prices, who pays €8 for a box of cereal???

Since when is a box of cereal a lucky charm?

Wait, you've never had Lucky Charms? Marshmallowy goodness.

 

I'm more of a Honey Bunches of Oats guy myself. I tend to stay away from the marshmallow cereals unless that's all there is to eat.

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wetsroosa said

IveJustSeenAFaceo said

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Interesting fact: It's quite hard to find Lucky Charms in Ireland and if you can find them they are at ridiculous prices, who pays €8 for a box of cereal???

Since when is a box of cereal a lucky charm?

Wait, you've never had Lucky Charms? Marshmallowy goodness.

 

I'm more of a Honey Bunches of Oats guy myself. I tend to stay away from the marshmallow cereals unless that's all there is to eat.

My favorites are Honey Nut Cheerios and Frosted Flakes. I just can't get enough sugar

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I don't like any sugary cereal. What a way to hit your digestive system at 7 in the morning. Actually, I can't remeber the last time I had anything but muesli, fruit, or fruit and muesli. I like what I know, I suppose.

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18 February 2014
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Doesn't it also have a good amount of winter, which makes it easier to get good at winter sports? Most of our skiers, etc, learn and train on dry slopes. You should see how our skeleton Gold medallist trained!

 

A good amount of winter? Please don't make me laugh. I can't remember the last time it really snowed, like, a lot. It hasn't snowed at all this year and last year it has snowed a few times but it was mostly like that kind of filthy wet snow. I haven't made a snowman in what, 8 years? 

It hasn't really frozen a lot either, usually there's a lot of ice on the roads, but this year I haven't noticed anything. No problems with the trains either. It was a relatively warm winter. Christmas kind of sucked too. It was about 10 degrees celsius. Oh well, at least it was dry. Last year it was about 14 degrees celsius, which is veeeery unusual. That's the kind of weather we usually have in March-April. December 2012 was a weird one. In the first half of that month it was very cold, -12,8 apparently, at then all of a sudden it became warmer and then there was that Christmas of 14 degrees celsius I just mentioned. There were a few days where it snowed very hard apparently, but I can't remember. I think it didn't stay long enough or they were able to remove a lot. Anyway, we usually don't have very good winters or horror winters. Our winters are similar to the UK and Germany. Which isn't strange, as we're situated between the two of them.

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Maybe this is another global warning message! I can remember 30+/- years ago, week after week, trudging down the hill through the snow to my school, years in a row. We got 3-4 weeks of snow a year. Since then, late 70s, early 80s, it's becoming rarer and rarer, and seems worse when it does happen.

I still think your competitors have easier access to good winter sports conditions than ours. After all, we need to get off a small island!

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AppleScruffJunior said
the pub is more fun then kicking a ball around

What if I told you that you could combine the two? Behold...

I love this country.

 

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Russia showing how backwards they are in how they deal with protesters by their Patrol men (Cossacks) whipping, punching, pulling on hair and spraying members of Pussy Riot in the face with an unknown substance.

Still the good news is the Ukraine President has agreed a truce with the opposition which will hopefully stop the riots and deaths.

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meanmistermustard said
Russia showing how backwards they are in how they deal with protesters by their Patrol men (Cossacks) whipping, punching, pulling on hair and spraying members of Pussy Riot in the face with an unknown substance.

Still the good news is the Ukraine President has agreed a truce with the opposition which will hopefully stop the riots and deaths.

In very loosely related news, Russia has been eliminated from the Olympic hockey tournament.

The semis are Sweden/Finland and USA/Canada, both on Friday, winners go to Gold Medal Game, losers go to Bronze Medal Game. 

Sucks I'll be in school so I can't watch the game. I'll catch snatches of it at lunch, when I can watch on my friends phone. Really hope they win, but it sucks they can't play Canada in the GMG. Rematch would have been awesome

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UK Mens Curling Team are into the Final, Women's Team are playing in the Bronze Play-off. So expect total overreaction if the men win and total overreaction if the women lose by some sections of the universe.

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My work promotion passed one more level - the Vice President of Academic Affairs. Two more levels to go: the university president then the state board of regents.

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My work promotion passed one more level - the Vice President of Academic Affairs. Two more levels to go: the university president then the state board of regents.

Getting promoted in BB Land, and in real life! Excellent job.

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My work promotion passed one more level - the Vice President of Academic Affairs. Two more levels to go: the university president then the state board of regents.

Getting promoted in BB Land, and in real life! Excellent job.

Keep your fingers crossed for me on the work promotion if you would, Faceo. I've worked with the man who is president now. I'm fairly certain he will pass me for promotion. I haven't gotten on the bad side of any of the regents so I shouldn't have a problem there.

 

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UK Mens Curling Team are into the Final, Women's Team are playing in the Bronze Play-off. So expect total overreaction if the men win and total overreaction if the women lose by some sections of the universe.

Wise observation, there. I thought it was usually only women that noticed things like that.

Congrats, Ahhh Girl, on passing that level. Now fingers crossed for the next two. It sounds like you're quietly confident? heartheart

 

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Congrats, Ahhh Girl, on passing that level. Now fingers crossed for the next two. It sounds like you're quietly confident? heartheart

 

I am. But, one never knows until all the forms are signed. So, thanks for the crossed fingers.

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