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# 706 : Wednesday 18-10-2017 @ 00:33
 
 
Wonder what Brian will be like?
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# 707 : Wednesday 18-10-2017 @ 01:33
 
 
Someone said :
Wonder what Brian will be like?

Full of wind, like a former Offally fecker, a damp squib, more wind came from his orifice than will ever descend on us now, you can't take a weather threat with a name like that seriously.
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# 708 : Wednesday 18-10-2017 @ 02:21
 
 
We had no electricity or phone for 30 hours, telly is still gone but I'd a lovely night. I cooked dinner on the fire with a skillet, drank wine with loads of candles listening to Mozart chatting all night. The village was blacked out so the stars were amazing. I wish we had electricity blackouts more often.
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# 709 : Wednesday 18-10-2017 @ 05:27
 
 
Someone said :
Wonder what Brian will be like?

He'll be wet and windy. I don't think an umbrella will cut it
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# 710 : Wednesday 18-10-2017 @ 09:35
 
 
Someone said :
We had no electricity or phone for 30 hours, telly is still gone but I'd a lovely night. I cooked dinner on the fire with a skillet, drank wine with loads of candles listening to Mozart chatting all night. The village was blacked out so the stars were amazing. I wish we had electricity blackouts more often.

Just the right amount of downtime. Any more and it would get tedious.
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# 711 : Wednesday 18-10-2017 @ 10:43
 
 
Someone said :

you can't take a weather threat with a name like that seriously.

ah Butters ! Brian is much better than Offelia though

A good solid Irish name.
Offelia is so pretentious, and hard to spell.
I was thinking Seamus would be a good name for a hurricane.
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# 712 : Wednesday 18-10-2017 @ 18:33
 
 
Anyone who marked themselves safe on Facebook during Hurricane Ophelia is an attention seeking fucktard.

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# 713 : Wednesday 18-10-2017 @ 22:31
 
 
Someone said :
Anyone who marked themselves safe on Facebook during Hurricane Ophelia is an attention seeking fucktard.


Haha. Especially since the the mark went up DURING the storm!!
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# 714 : Thursday 19-10-2017 @ 13:19
 
 
Storm Brian is rough enough and hes only starting to get going.
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# 715 : Thursday 19-10-2017 @ 13:35
 
 
Scary times... it seems theres floodfing on the cards this weekend just when people are recovering from last weekend. Stay safe everyone
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# 716 : Thursday 19-10-2017 @ 14:35
 
 
I bet the worse we'll get is some showers
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# 717 : Thursday 19-10-2017 @ 14:52
 
 
Someone said :
Anyone who marked themselves safe on Facebook during Hurricane Ophelia is an attention seeking fucktard.


Ah bless -Sounds like somebody is pissed off that nobody gave a shit whether they were safe or not ...
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# 718 : Thursday 19-10-2017 @ 15:01
 
 
Someone said :
I bet the worse we'll get is some showers

Don't forget the wind. The wind is the worst. But wind and rain together!
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# 719 : Thursday 19-10-2017 @ 15:34
 
 
Storm Brian.
Brian Blow Through (rhymes w Brian Boru)
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# 720 : Thursday 19-10-2017 @ 19:45
 
 
Someone said :

Ah bless -Sounds like somebody is pissed off that nobody gave a shit whether they were safe or not ...

Not in the slightest.
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