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Duff Paddy
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harryp wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:Also, a trumpet is a focking great instrument in the stands (especially if you can actually play it) - you can do that famous tune Duh-Duh-Duh-Daaa-Daaaa!!!


I'll leave you to blow your horn! Air Raid Siren will be very difficult to get through the airport.


Anyone know any air rianta check in girls? Being the great guy that I am, I will hit Gibneys this weekend and chat up a few of them, all in the name of Leinster of course.

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especially if you can actually play it


Yeah, no point in getting a trumpet if you cant play it...you'll just annoy everybody :x :x
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Anyone know any air rianta check in girls? Being the great guy that I am, I will hit Gibneys this weekend and chat up a few of them, all in the name of Leinster of course.


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TrueBlue wrote:Does anybody know if Elverys can do names on the back of Leinster jerseys??
:?:

Yes, they do, TB, and numbers too if you want.

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TrueBlue wrote:
especially if you can actually play it


Yeah, no point in getting a trumpet if you cant play it...you'll just annoy everybody :x :x


You'd be amazed what I can do after a couple of glasses of Hennessy.

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Duff Paddy wrote:
TrueBlue wrote:
especially if you can actually play it


Yeah, no point in getting a trumpet if you cant play it...you'll just annoy everybody :x :x


You'd be amazed what I can do after a couple of glasses of Hennessy.


Any idea how to play those big drums?
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harryp wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:
TrueBlue wrote:
especially if you can actually play it


Yeah, no point in getting a trumpet if you cant play it...you'll just annoy everybody :x :x


You'd be amazed what I can do after a couple of glasses of Hennessy.


Any idea how to play those big drums?


Course not. You just bang the sh!t out of them! Great craic.

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I'll be in Gibney's this weekend too so i can help with chatting to those girls if need be!

Also, should we not be planning on making a different type of noise to what the Toulouse fans will be making. We will want the players to know its us and not just Toulouse supporters. I wouldn't be in favour of buying air raid sirens and the like if thats what the their supporters use.
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You'd be amazed what I can do after a couple of glasses of Hennessy


Right so, with my impending bass drum, combined with a vodka induced sense of musical ability, plus your trumpet, and your very own Hennessy inspired affluence for music....

Drum+Vodka x Trumpet+Hennessy=.....Carnage
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Leinster til i die wrote:I'll be in Gibney's this weekend too so i can help with chatting to those girls if need be!

Also, should we not be planning on making a different type of noise to what the Toulouse fans will be making. We will want the players to know its us and not just Toulouse supporters. I wouldn't be in favour of buying air raid sirens and the like if thats what the their supporters use.


It was years ago that we had the air raid siren so it's highly unlikely that I'll be able to get my hands on it anyway. But generally, the more noise the better - we saw that last Saturday, when a small number of Italian supporters made their presence heard.

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Leinster til i die wrote:I'll be in Gibney's this weekend too so i can help with chatting to those girls if need be!

Also, should we not be planning on making a different type of noise to what the Toulouse fans will be making. We will want the players to know its us and not just Toulouse supporters. I wouldn't be in favour of buying air raid sirens and the like if thats what the their supporters use.


Hows about we play the song from Deliverance over a Megaphone?
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harryp wrote:
Leinster til i die wrote:I'll be in Gibney's this weekend too so i can help with chatting to those girls if need be!

Also, should we not be planning on making a different type of noise to what the Toulouse fans will be making. We will want the players to know its us and not just Toulouse supporters. I wouldn't be in favour of buying air raid sirens and the like if thats what the their supporters use.


Hows about we play the song from Deliverance over a Megaphone?


Or "Money Money Money" by Abba.

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For the game some of us could get sombreros and ponchos and droopy Mexican / Argentinean mustachios for Fillipe?!?!

Any one have a dredlock wig in honour of Eddie Heineken???

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Actually should start a list of whos going!

(and what they are proposing to go as)
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Duff Paddy wrote:Guys I know you'll be thinking Duff going on about focking schools rugby again but we can actually learn from these guys about how to generate atmosphere - 4 or 5 years ago we had some sort of air raid siren up in the stand and it was hilarious, I'll see if I can get my hands on it again. Also, a trumpet is a focking great instrument in the stands (especially if you can actually play it) - you can do that famous tune Duh-Duh-Duh-Daaa-Daaaa!!!


http://www.airraidsirens.com/faq.html
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harryp wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:Guys I know you'll be thinking Duff going on about focking schools rugby again but we can actually learn from these guys about how to generate atmosphere - 4 or 5 years ago we had some sort of air raid siren up in the stand and it was hilarious, I'll see if I can get my hands on it again. Also, a trumpet is a focking great instrument in the stands (especially if you can actually play it) - you can do that famous tune Duh-Duh-Duh-Daaa-Daaaa!!!


http://www.airraidsirens.com/faq.html


http://cgi.ebay.com/FEDERAL-AIR-RAID-SI ... dZViewItem
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harry - Dunno if you noticed that thing on ebay is an advert - not an actual siren.

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sheepshagger wrote:harry - Dunno if you noticed that thing on ebay is an advert - not an actual siren.


Doh,

Didn't even look, just cut and paste. At least it was the poster and not the leather squadron pants.
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Got my drum!!!! :D :D

Went into MusicMaker on Exchequer St., and they have a drum palace downstairs!! Was talking to the guy about getting a bass drum, but he said the minimum depth is 18 inches, and are sh!t expensive and heavy!! €1,000 :shock: for a marching band bass drum!!!

He told me to get this other drum-TOM something or other, that sits on the ground in a drummers set. It has a deep sound, and is smaller-you can hold it vertically or horizontally. Maybe Dave Cahill knows the one im talking about.

There was a returned one there, for a slight dent, but didnt give a f%~k, coz obviously all i want to do is bang the shite out of it!!!€60 is all it cost, and the big sticks were €30!!!!BARGAIN!!

Anyway, sheepshagger-recommend going in. I told the bloke there was a few of us looking for them, and he was cool about the whole, "I just want to bang the f%~king thing" vibe!!!!
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