I thought it was a work event...

I remember a story here of a group on a bus outing years ago, They stopped off at the Lilac in enniskeane for pints and a gig,
Whne it was time to go home they got back out to the bus only to find it locked, One of them peered in a window and saw the driver riding a wan on the back seat,
 

MerchantOfEnnis

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I remember a story here of a group on a bus outing years ago, They stopped off at the Lilac in enniskeane for pints and a gig,
Whne it was time to go home they got back out to the bus only to find it locked, One of them peered in a window and saw the driver riding a wan on the back seat,
I'd love to have been around back when small rural villages had nightclubs. I've heard some amount of stories
 

Roxetten

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This is one of the best threads in months. I can't stop looking at yer man and having a chuckle to myself. Living his best life
It's the funniest thing I've seen on here in a while.

I bet most of the lads in the photo are married with kids. :lol!:

Looks like Arsenal in their away strip playing on the TV, you'd never have thought that Gooners could be such top banter merchants.
 

SoundMan

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I remember a story here of a group on a bus outing years ago, They stopped off at the Lilac in enniskeane for pints and a gig,
Whne it was time to go home they got back out to the bus only to find it locked, One of them peered in a window and saw the driver riding a wan on the back seat,
I remember being on a bus outing in county Cork. Whole gang of us and as organiser I went looking for a particular individual who was holding up the bus as we needed to depart. Nowhere to be seen. So I checked the toilets again and sure enough there was a door locked. I shouted his name and he answered that he was busy but he was giggling - turned out he had a female in there and they were erm.. on the job. Lucky bassa. She was in the bar earlier, absolutely gorgeous, and a few of us had been commenting on how good looking she was. She was with a guy we vaguely knew who'd been buying her drinks all afternoon. I would have thought she was well out of my pal's league but he had the patter .
 
I remember being on a bus outing in county Cork. Whole gang of us and as organiser I went looking for a particular individual who was holding up the bus as we needed to depart. Nowhere to be seen. So I checked the toilets again and sure enough there was a door locked. I shouted his name and he answered that he was busy but he was giggling - turned out he had a female in there and they were erm.. on the job. Lucky bassa. She was in the bar earlier, absolutely gorgeous, and a few of us had been commenting on how good looking she was. She was with a guy we vaguely knew who'd been buying her drinks all afternoon. I would have thought she was well out of my pal's league but he had the patter .
You and your pals are a prime example of toxic masculinity, Objectifying a young lady like that,
 

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