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15 of the most Wexford things that have ever happened

Quare good.

1. This “quare” hand stool on sale in Wexford town

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2. When this camel turned up to GAA training one night

Tweet by @LAURA Source: LAURA/Twitter

How. Why.

3. When Ed Sheeran paid tribute to his granny by holding up the holy grail

Tweet by @Martin Furlong Source: Martin Furlong/Twitter

4. When these Wexford pub-goers spotted a cat hanging off this window

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And promptly saved the day:

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5. The time this Wexford bar had an ingenious way of serving half pints

Timeline Photos - Simon Lambert & Sons | Facebook Source: Facebook/Simon Lambert & Sons

6. When a Journey fan took to a sign

sontstop Source: Imgur

7. And that time this person couldn’t stop themselves having the craic

stoplad Source: Imgur

8. When this lad needed to get somewhere in style

Tweet by @Liam Glynn Source: Liam Glynn/Twitter

9. This desperate appeal to the people of the county

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10. When there was a tiny tremor in Wexford back in 2014, and the reaction was gas

eq1 Source: Twitter

11. When a box belonging to a fisherman from Duncannon washed up on a beach in Norway

vidar Source: vidarharrby

Going global.

12. This shop window in Gorey that telling it like it is

Tweet by @Catherine Tiernan Source: Catherine Tiernan/Twitter

13. The time a Wexford farmer improvised and came up with something excellent

Tweet by @Rogier Schulte Source: Rogier Schulte/Twitter

14. And this bale creation should stand forever as a tribute to Wexford creativity

Tweet by @Aisling McCormick Source: Aisling McCormick/Twitter

15. And finally… only in Wexford could this headline exist

Tweet by @Mark Holohan Source: Mark Holohan/Twitter

Wonderful.

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