Author Topic: "when the end comes for people in GAA, there is rarely a happy ending"  (Read 835 times)

seafoid

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Those biscuits are for the visitors

manfromdelmonte

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Most Roscommon managers, Mayo managers, Offaly managers...

Tyrone Gaa

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Hopefully Sean Cavanagh will buck that trend this season and have a happy ending  8)
Living the dream!!!

blanketattack

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Shefflin looks like he had a happy ending...



ashman

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Shefflin looks like he had a happy ending...




There were 2 more all Ireland medals after that .

ONeill

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Canavan had a happy enough ending, pulling the trunks off Cooper.
I wanna have my kicks before the whole shithouse goes up in flames.

punt kick

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As long as it didn't result in Cooper having a happy ending!

illdecide

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Shefflin looks like he had a happy ending...




Is Joe Brolly a Doctor too
I can swim a little but i can't fly an inch

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"Shure you dont really need that spare kidney Henry now do ya?"