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    with 400.000 plus people expected to ennis over august 14-22 im expecting a huge amount of escorts in the town, anyone have any updates escorts coming etc?

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    There might be a lot of people but I think there be an awful lot more guards too

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    Well thats 3 weeks to a month away yet, so thats a while. I suppose u will just have to check the coming soon section nearer to them dates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SophieX View Post
    i must try come along....


    Can you play the flute


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    Quote Originally Posted by SophieX View Post
    Yes, just as good as some play the violin!
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    Ennis what a daft name.
    One letter away from pennis


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    Don't be thinking about 14 to 22 august, i see angelica is in the coming soon section at the moment. Go visit her. Hope she visits the midlands soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongo View Post
    Ennis what a daft name.
    One letter away from pennis

    No more daft than Ennis killen--killingennis.

    Or Belfast--a fast bell.

    But I guess, the knowlege of the Irish language is limited especially, up there.
    Ennis comes from the Irish word 'inis' which has also been turned into 'inch' in English.

    Inis can be used to mean 'island' but it alse means low, lying, marshy land beside water (sea, lake or river)
    In the case of Ennis, Co. Clare, beside the river Fergus, presumably.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SophieX View Post
    i must try come along....


    i must try visit you then

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    Quote Originally Posted by alcatel View Post
    No more daft than Ennis killen--killingennis.

    Or Belfast--a fast bell.

    But I guess, the knowlege of the Irish language is limited especially, up there.
    Ennis comes from the Irish word 'inis' which has also been turned into 'inch' in English.

    Inis can be used to mean 'island' but it alse means low, lying, marshy land beside water (sea, lake or river)
    In the case of Ennis, Co. Clare, beside the river Fergus, presumably.
    a river called fergus?

    *somewhere in ennis on a tour bus*

    "on our left we can see the river.. fergus"

    *somewhere down the back of the bus a surprised voice says...*
    "what? I was talking to my friend...you talking to me?"
    Last edited by funlover12; 23-07-16 at 20:33.

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