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Originally posted by PaulB PaulB wrote:

great city, great women, quality drink. you can't go wrong in Poland any city I've visited has been fantastic here. Home in the morning and ready for it.. Will say one thing. last night in the Guinness bar was a bit of a disaster. An irish guy jumped into so guys convertible which was parked up we tried stopping him but the English lads he was with where goading him on. Polish owner appears going daft. police called the lads had left. 20 mins later they pull up with a few of them in the back. we where sitting there minding our own only for the polish car owner to start on us, saying we will pay and us irish where motherf**kers. etc. tried explaining to him that lad was a cock and in a minority. he wasn't having any of it.

bar that it was quality

They were arrested? There was damage to the car?
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who was the absolute mess the night before the match falling around the outdoor area at the Guinness bar? Falling off chairs, falling onto tables of drink and having to be lifted off the deck by others. Ive seen some levels of drunkeness, and been wasted myself plenty of times, but this lad was a disgrace.
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who was the absolute mess the night before the match falling around the outdoor area at the Guinness bar? Falling off chairs, falling onto tables of drink and having to be lifted off the deck by others. Ive seen some levels of drunkeness, and been wasted myself plenty of times, but this lad was a disgrace.

Yeah I seen him. He kept lifting up a chair and raising it above his head. Could have easily fell on top of someone and hurt them. I got abit p*ssed off with him and took the chair off him and told him to wise up. Although he didn’t hear a word I said just stared blankly back. 
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Originally posted by Gabrieléire Gabrieléire wrote:

Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

who was the absolute mess the night before the match falling around the outdoor area at the Guinness bar? Falling off chairs, falling onto tables of drink and having to be lifted off the deck by others. Ive seen some levels of drunkeness, and been wasted myself plenty of times, but this lad was a disgrace.

Yeah I seen him. He kept lifting up a chair and raising it above his head. Could have easily fell on top of someone and hurt them. I got abit p*ssed off with him and took the chair off him and told him to wise up. Although he didn’t hear a word I said just stared blankly back. 
You should have got the dog that you were so friendly with to chase him off
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Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Originally posted by Gabrieléire Gabrieléire wrote:

Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

who was the absolute mess the night before the match falling around the outdoor area at the Guinness bar? Falling off chairs, falling onto tables of drink and having to be lifted off the deck by others. Ive seen some levels of drunkeness, and been wasted myself plenty of times, but this lad was a disgrace.

Yeah I seen him. He kept lifting up a chair and raising it above his head. Could have easily fell on top of someone and hurt them. I got abit p*ssed off with him and took the chair off him and told him to wise up. Although he didn’t hear a word I said just stared blankly back. 
You should have got the dog that you were so friendly with to chase him off

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Originally posted by Gabrieléire Gabrieléire wrote:

Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Originally posted by Gabrieléire Gabrieléire wrote:

Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

who was the absolute mess the night before the match falling around the outdoor area at the Guinness bar? Falling off chairs, falling onto tables of drink and having to be lifted off the deck by others. Ive seen some levels of drunkeness, and been wasted myself plenty of times, but this lad was a disgrace.

Yeah I seen him. He kept lifting up a chair and raising it above his head. Could have easily fell on top of someone and hurt them. I got abit p*ssed off with him and took the chair off him and told him to wise up. Although he didn’t hear a word I said just stared blankly back. 
You should have got the dog that you were so friendly with to chase him off

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Originally posted by Adobolo Adobolo wrote:

the best looking women I have every seen, your head would need to be able to turn 360 degrees to keep looking at them all.

it`s compensation for being stuck between Germany and Russia and countless war we were involved in through centuries 

and demography is on our side as per latest research there are about 110 woman per 100 man in Poland currently, happy days LOL
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How many Arabs?
you were probably told to leave an Irish centre one night but kept mouthing off and some big church going Gaa player f**ked you out the door hence your hatred for the Catholic Church and Gaa aswell!
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Originally posted by Dots1982 Dots1982 wrote:

Originally posted by PaulB PaulB wrote:

great city, great women, quality drink. you can't go wrong in Poland any city I've visited has been fantastic here. Home in the morning and ready for it.. Will say one thing. last night in the Guinness bar was a bit of a disaster. An irish guy jumped into so guys convertible which was parked up we tried stopping him but the English lads he was with where goading him on. Polish owner appears going daft. police called the lads had left. 20 mins later they pull up with a few of them in the back. we where sitting there minding our own only for the polish car owner to start on us, saying we will pay and us irish where motherf**kers. etc. tried explaining to him that lad was a cock and in a minority. he wasn't having any of it.

bar that it was quality

They were arrested? There was damage to the car?

I didn't notice any damage. but even so what sort of a tool jumps into the back of a parked motor. I dont mean opening the door, literally stepping on the boot and jumping in. No matter how much drink you've had surely you know that will not end well. there was two lads he was with arrested both who where English. wearing the last umbro shirt we had with Brady on the back of it. irish lad was wearing the old black away shirt without the 3 logo on it. think he was a cork lad
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Any need to clog up the threads with tell tale stories of lads who had too much ale , every away game the same its absolutely mind numbing .
"The Football Grounds of Europe" about Dalymount that :- "You walk down lanes you'd expect to find a backstreet mechanic only to stumble onto a national stadium steeped in tradition and history"
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Clogging up a thread about stories from the trip in the 'AWAY DAYS' section. How dare you!
Personally I like hearing stories from away trips that I can't make, whether it be about the weather, woman, drunks or whatever.

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Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

who was the absolute mess the night before the match falling around the outdoor area at the Guinness bar? Falling off chairs, falling onto tables of drink and having to be lifted off the deck by others. Ive seen some levels of drunkeness, and been wasted myself plenty of times, but this lad was a disgrace.

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Originally posted by bogball88 bogball88 wrote:

Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

who was the absolute mess the night before the match falling around the outdoor area at the Guinness bar? Falling off chairs, falling onto tables of drink and having to be lifted off the deck by others. Ive seen some levels of drunkeness, and been wasted myself plenty of times, but this lad was a disgrace.

TBWRA was this you?

Unfortunately not , think I ll get on the vodka early on the next one and make a name for myself however Big smile
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Originally posted by TBWRA TBWRA wrote:

Any need to clog up the threads with tell tale stories of lads who had too much ale , every away game the same its absolutely mind numbing .

yes. it's pricks like this give the rest of us a bad name. it's becoming to frequent. more lads are going to get off their heads and act the maggot rather than going to support the team and enjoy the surroundings. the football is just an ex use for some. It really pisses me off.
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Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

who was the absolute mess the night before the match falling around the outdoor area at the Guinness bar? Falling off chairs, falling onto tables of drink and having to be lifted off the deck by others. Ive seen some levels of drunkeness, and been wasted myself plenty of times, but this lad was a disgrace.

I know who you are talking about pal. I seen him aswell. even though I can't say much I had one of those nights myself. The drink crept up on me fair quick and I had to be carried home. Was not well, not normally me but it happens the odd time. Lads said I was not causing trouble though only trying to sleep and hug people. They minded me. Was fairly embarressing the day after I might add.
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Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

who was the absolute mess the night before the match falling around the outdoor area at the Guinness bar? Falling off chairs, falling onto tables of drink and having to be lifted off the deck by others. Ive seen some levels of drunkeness, and been wasted myself plenty of times, but this lad was a disgrace.

I know who you are talking about pal. I seen him aswell. even though I can't say much I had one of those nights myself. The drink crept up on me fair quick and I had to be carried home. Was not well, not normally me but it happens the odd time. Lads said I was not causing trouble though only trying to sleep and hug people. They minded me. Was fairly embarressing the day after I might add.
at least your mates looked after you, this lads mates just let him fall everywhere. Hes damn lucky he didnt do serious damage to himself too the way he landed on some of the glasses. 
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Originally posted by PaulB PaulB wrote:

Originally posted by TBWRA TBWRA wrote:

Any need to clog up the threads with tell tale stories of lads who had too much ale , every away game the same its absolutely mind numbing .

yes. it's pricks like this give the rest of us a bad name. it's becoming to frequent. more lads are going to get off their heads and act the maggot rather than going to support the team and enjoy the surroundings. the football is just an ex use for some. It really pisses me off.
 
Couldnt agree more , depressing at time people acting the prick but think because they have an irish shirt on  they will get away with it , pricks who think they are 'characters'
 
We really do have an unhealthy attitude to drink , get as drunk as you can as quickly as you can seems to be the thing.
 
Well enough of the sermon , I have a pint bottle of Stella to finish ......
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