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Things Sean Cronin Can't Start

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Re: Things Sean Cronin Can't Start

Postby Jetstream » Sun Jun 24, 2018 5:14 pm

Luke was never wise. Left out of Irish squads because he was a poor mixer and a pretty rubbish finisher.
Has anyone seen the photograph taken yesterday in the dressing after the Aussie match?
Everyone is facing the camera exact Seanie. He's facing in the opposite direction. It kinda explains why his line out throwing is so crap.
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Re: Things Sean Cronin Can't Start

Postby rumncoke » Sun Jun 24, 2018 7:25 pm

jack you must be in love with the sound of your own keyboard

Why not say "Luke --I disagree because ---
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Re: Things Sean Cronin Can't Start

Postby Bart S » Sun Jun 24, 2018 10:39 pm

Ffs. herring had a good tour of Oz and was hoping to see that translated into some kind of Ulster form, but no......he’s only going to open a feckin caaafee shaap

http://www.the42.ie/ireland-rob-herring ... 0-Jun2018/
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Re: Things Sean Cronin Can't Start

Postby Russ » Mon Jun 25, 2018 4:25 am

Bart S wrote:Ffs. herring had a good tour of Oz and was hoping to see that translated into some kind of Ulster form, but no......he’s only going to open a feckin caaafee shaap

http://www.the42.ie/ireland-rob-herring ... 0-Jun2018/
There must be some sort of extra curricular within UR that helps them open coffee shops

Sure now they're all in competition

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Re: Things Sean Cronin Can't Start

Postby big mervyn » Mon Jun 25, 2018 9:07 am

Do any of them make dacent caffee?

I am currently maligning the lack good quality coffee in NI particularly on my dog walking routes. The stuff at the Lockkeepers is vile. Same with Malone House. The man with the wee van at Minnowburn has ok stuff but he isn't always there. The café at Crawfordsburn Country Park is good if a bit pricey and somewhat out of my way. £2 - £2.50+ seems to be the norm now. £60-£75 odd quid a month (each) for coffee is a bit shocking when you think about it. :shock:



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Re: Things Sean Cronin Can't Start

Postby caledoniancelt » Mon Jun 25, 2018 11:13 am

Tim Horton have recently opened their first branch in NI in Fountain street.

Their filter coffee is smoother than a lot of other competitors I've sampled and I'm
a 6 mug a day man. A regular sized cup is only £1.29 and they do decent tasting doughnuts as well.
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Re: Things Sean Cronin Can't Start

Postby ColinM » Mon Jun 25, 2018 11:46 am

big mervyn wrote:Do any of them make dacent caffee?

I am currently maligning the lack good quality coffee in NI particularly on my dog walking routes. The stuff at the Lockkeepers is vile. Same with Malone House. The man with the wee van at Minnowburn has ok stuff but he isn't always there. The café at Crawfordsburn Country Park is good if a bit pricey and somewhat out of my way. £2 - £2.50+ seems to be the norm now. £60-£75 odd quid a month (each) for coffee is a bit shocking when you think about it. :shock:



One thing about Spaniards, they know how to make a good coffee, often for a Euro if you avoid the tourist traps.



My advice to you Merve is to walk the dog in Castlewellan, and buy your bean in Urban.
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Re: Things Sean Cronin Can't Start

Postby Dave » Mon Jun 25, 2018 11:50 am

big mervyn wrote:Do any of them make dacent caffee?

I am currently maligning the lack good quality coffee in NI particularly on my dog walking routes. The stuff at the Lockkeepers is vile. Same with Malone House. The man with the wee van at Minnowburn has ok stuff but he isn't always there. The café at Crawfordsburn Country Park is good if a bit pricey and somewhat out of my way. £2 - £2.50+ seems to be the norm now. £60-£75 odd quid a month (each) for coffee is a bit shocking when you think about it. :shock:



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Think of the booze you could have purchased for that.
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Re: Things Sean Cronin Can't Start

Postby shamalicious » Mon Jun 25, 2018 12:00 pm

big mervyn wrote:Do any of them make dacent caffee?

I am currently maligning the lack good quality coffee in NI particularly on my dog walking routes. The stuff at the Lockkeepers is vile. Same with Malone House. The man with the wee van at Minnowburn has ok stuff but he isn't always there. The café at Crawfordsburn Country Park is good if a bit pricey and somewhat out of my way. £2 - £2.50+ seems to be the norm now. £60-£75 odd quid a month (each) for coffee is a bit shocking when you think about it. :shock:



One thing about Spaniards, they know how to make a good coffee, often for a Euro if you avoid the tourist traps.
You need to take doggo up north bm!

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Re: Things Sean Cronin Can't Start

Postby Rooster » Mon Jun 25, 2018 12:13 pm

caledoniancelt wrote:Tim Horton have recently opened their first branch in NI in Fountain street.

Their filter coffee is smoother than a lot of other competitors I've sampled and I'm
a 6 mug a day man. A regular sized cup is only £1.29 and they do decent tasting doughnuts as well.
That stuff is skankin dishwater
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Re: Things Sean Cronin Can't Start

Postby big mervyn » Mon Jun 25, 2018 3:08 pm

ColinM wrote:
big mervyn wrote:Do any of them make dacent caffee?

I am currently maligning the lack good quality coffee in NI particularly on my dog walking routes. The stuff at the Lockkeepers is vile. Same with Malone House. The man with the wee van at Minnowburn has ok stuff but he isn't always there. The café at Crawfordsburn Country Park is good if a bit pricey and somewhat out of my way. £2 - £2.50+ seems to be the norm now. £60-£75 odd quid a month (each) for coffee is a bit shocking when you think about it. :shock:



One thing about Spaniards, they know how to make a good coffee, often for a Euro if you avoid the tourist traps.



My advice to you Merve is to walk the dog in Castlewellan, and buy your bean in Urban.

I walk in CW park about once a week. Urban does indeed do good coffee. My only gripe is that their shap is on the wrong side of the street. Even in summer, it never gets the sun outside.
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Re: Things Sean Cronin Can't Start

Postby big mervyn » Mon Jun 25, 2018 3:11 pm

Dave wrote:
big mervyn wrote:Do any of them make dacent caffee?

I am currently maligning the lack good quality coffee in NI particularly on my dog walking routes. The stuff at the Lockkeepers is vile. Same with Malone House. The man with the wee van at Minnowburn has ok stuff but he isn't always there. The café at Crawfordsburn Country Park is good if a bit pricey and somewhat out of my way. £2 - £2.50+ seems to be the norm now. £60-£75 odd quid a month (each) for coffee is a bit shocking when you think about it. :shock:



One thing about Spaniards, they know how to make a good coffee, often for a Euro if you avoid the tourist traps.
Think of the booze you could have purchased for that.

That's another good thing about Espana. Coffee and a brandy in the morning - €2.50
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Re: Things Sean Cronin Can't Start

Postby ColinM » Mon Jun 25, 2018 5:05 pm

big mervyn wrote:
ColinM wrote:
big mervyn wrote:Do any of them make dacent caffee?

I am currently maligning the lack good quality coffee in NI particularly on my dog walking routes. The stuff at the Lockkeepers is vile. Same with Malone House. The man with the wee van at Minnowburn has ok stuff but he isn't always there. The café at Crawfordsburn Country Park is good if a bit pricey and somewhat out of my way. £2 - £2.50+ seems to be the norm now. £60-£75 odd quid a month (each) for coffee is a bit shocking when you think about it. :shock:



One thing about Spaniards, they know how to make a good coffee, often for a Euro if you avoid the tourist traps.



My advice to you Merve is to walk the dog in Castlewellan, and buy your bean in Urban.

I walk in CW park about once a week. Urban does indeed do good coffee. My only gripe is that their shap is on the wrong side of the street. Even in summer, it never gets the sun outside.


I am only there infrequently but usually make it a stop. Can't say the sun and castlewellan often appear in the same lines of thought for me so haven't noticed. Maybe they have a wee yard out the back they could do up for those accompanied by canines.

Good caaffee can also be obtained in Haptik in Ards. I'm unsure what way the sun shines in relation to it but why anyone would be walking their dog there I have no idea.
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Re: Things Sean Cronin Can't Start

Postby BaggyTrousers » Mon Jun 25, 2018 5:14 pm

rumncoke wrote:jack you must be in love with the sound of your own keyboard

Why not say "Luke --I disagree because ---


Ron'n I suspect if Jack could be bothered with your bullshite he would say: "Ron'n ... why don't you go and fu'ck yourself you tossbag?" .............................. but he probably can't be bothered.
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Re: Things Sean Cronin Can't Start

Postby BaggyTrousers » Mon Jun 25, 2018 6:11 pm

big mervyn wrote:One thing about Spaniards, they know how to make a good coffee, often for a Euro if you avoid the tourist traps.


Never getting a rancid cup of coffee is one of the great joys here Merv and often 1€ or less as you say, even the local Anglais only charge about 1.20€ or they would do no business. God, I love good coffee. Even the fake cold stuff like the frappe at Bombon Boss is actually quite tasty even if it's a 3€ fraud.

Most of the muck back there isn't strong enough to defend itself. :duh:
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