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Islay | 19:17 Fri 12th Jan 2018 | Media & TV
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I know this won't appeal to everyone but if anyone is into Norn Irish humour watch this.
Set in Derry/Londonderry in the 90's, written by a friends school friend.
Very funny, very dry worth watching if you fancy something different.

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It's brilliant, ah mamya, you'll enjoy it, the sambucas we did too, thought we were clever although, it was a time our defence forces were in the leb and they brought it back, I never seen it before, I remember when they set fire to them and the blue flame (in my life, not the program) I took a swig and burned my daft face, I had to try go home tell my Mam I was drinking a...
19:32 Fri 12th Jan 2018
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Sorry episode 1 and 2 has been on channel 4.
I love it Islay, was in stitches at the state of them last night with the rads and everything in the chippy, I know that fella (the brother ) he used to be on RTÉ as a 'story teller' and we'd be in the knots laughing at him, it's brilliant - when one was telling the other about cordless phones - it's the future ya know haha
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Its fantastic isn't it ducksie - the flaming sambucas is something us teenagers did in the 80's although we never burnt anything down lol!
Its got a second season too
Enjoyed Episode 1, haven't watched 2 as yet - as you say dry and worth watching.
I saw most of last weeks episode, loved it.

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Good job ladies glad i'm not the only on
It's brilliant, ah mamya, you'll enjoy it, the sambucas we did too, thought we were clever although, it was a time our defence forces were in the leb and they brought it back, I never seen it before, I remember when they set fire to them and the blue flame (in my life, not the program) I took a swig and burned my daft face, I had to try go home tell my Mam I was drinking a drink that burns ha I never knew it was to go out and then knock it back
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pmsl BA to ducksie for reminding me the first time I burnt my face too!
Ah how daft were we then haha - young girls today be a bit more savvy to us I think
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Lol probably but they don't know what they are missing out on
NO, and I think that's why I love Derry girls, I can relate to the capers of them, although, never had to wash the chippy, often got barred out of it if I slithered down the wall in a heap of drunkeness ha in my lovely stilettos looking like butter wouldn't melt - pity they didn't keep me barred
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lol ducksie you wee rebel
You don't know the half of it Islay, I was trouble on legs

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