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February 25, 2010

IT IS ONLY BECAUSE OF THIS BLOG'S ONGOING INTEREST IN NORTHERN IRELAND COUNCIL REFORM THAT WE POST THIS ITEM

It has nothing to do with anybody's name, especially not Mr. Poots.

(Thanks to Horace LaBadie)

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Another symptom of The Troubles.

Mr. Poots looks like a detail oriented guy. Is everybody sure that really isn't padraig?

Aye, Poots. Tis a wee wanker of a punter, he is. And no relation to me, cindy, ye bold lass, so don't be blowin' your smoke up me kilt unless ye want a taste of me shilleleigh.*


*Just warmin' up, big day's less than three weeks away now, isn't it?

YAY! St. Patty's!

As an honorary Irish-Cuban lass, I will be celebrating at my local pub.

i think i will name my next cat mr poots. great pet name.

There will be a brief recess to clear the air.

It would be inadvisable to mess with anyone who has kept that name.

Mr Poots wants a single waste authority

With a name like that I think he already is an authority on waste.

Cries for the Irishman in the above comment who misspelled 'Sheleighly'. Are we celebrating a wee bit early paddy? Here is a good sentence using sheleighly: Padraig may have a sheleighly but Siouxie has a machete and she will let me borrow it. btw, padraig's spelling is actually correct also.

Methinks the writer got a good laugh mentioning Mr. Poots over and over again... at least I got one

cindy, 'tis a very unimaginative Irishman who only knows one way to spell sheighleilie.

It's possible that his name is really Mr. Stoop and this is what happens when dyslexics go bad.

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