Bus to Connacht game, 29th September

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Bus to Connacht game, 29th September

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As some of you will have noticed, I've been getting quotes for buses to Galway for the away match against Connacht on Friday 29th Sep., returning to Dublin after the match that night.

If I'm going to do this, I want to have the booking made by this weekend, so can anyone who's interested please post here or PM me before Friday afternoon?

From the initial quotes I've got, it looks like this will work out at under €30 a head (as long as there are enough takers).

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Not looking good for this so far... a whopping two interested people have been in touch! If I don't have satisfactory numbers by tomorrow, this won't be going ahead.

For anyone wondering what time the bus will be leaving Dublin(city centre), it will be 1.30 or thereabouts.

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I'm in.

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I've got to get there somehow. Fock it. I'm in too.
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I provisionally have a lovely English chick on the case as well.

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Count me the fock in
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Malahide Mullet wrote:Count me the fock in



<high 5>


WoooooooHoooooooo

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You can be my wing man anytime Duff
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Bullshit! You can be mine :lol:

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I'll walk thanks. :roll:
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Mullet lays on the moves in Galway
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Malahide Mullet wrote:Mullet lays on the moves in Galway



I don't like Galway girls because they're dangerous.

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Mullet in Galway!! hahaha, You sunnuva bitch God help us all
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Duff Paddy wrote:
Malahide Mullet wrote:Mullet lays on the moves in Galway



I don't like Galway girls because they're dangerous.

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Ah yes, the "just before the snog" frame.
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Methinks somebody is seeing what they want to see.

Projection I believe shrinks call it
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Malahide Mullet wrote:Count me the fock in


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jedifart wrote:Not looking good for this so far... a whopping two interested people have been in touch! If I don't have satisfactory numbers by tomorrow, this won't be going ahead.

For anyone wondering what time the bus will be leaving Dublin(city centre), it will be 1.30 or thereabouts.


Sorry, would like to but I'll be out of the country.

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Looking slightly better now... 6 people interested. Still, if there aren't 8 or 9 more by tomorrow afternoon, this won't go ahead. :evil:

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jedifart wrote:Looking slightly better now... 6 people interested. Still, if there aren't 8 or 9 more by tomorrow afternoon, this won't go ahead. :evil:


I'll let you know tomorrow, not sure at the moment

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jedifart wrote:Looking slightly better now... 6 people interested. Still, if there aren't 8 or 9 more by tomorrow afternoon, this won't go ahead. :evil:


JF, I might be interested. I have transport to Galway and was planning a weekend in the West but my dilemma is I am supposed to be back in Kildare for 9.00am on the Saturday. I've explored different options for getting back on the Saturday which involve getting a train to Tullamore, which I understand is very much a course of last resort, so getting a bus back on Friday evening if the possibility of having a few pints in Galway before returning to Dublin is on the cards, is infinitely preferable.

So could you count me in, for the return journey only. Happy to pay for both ways obviously and happy to pay even if ultimately I decide to stay in the West.
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