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Dublin: 7 °C Friday 10 April, 2020

Domino's greeted five Irish girls returning home from holidays with pizza at Dublin Airport

What dreams are made of.

WHEN TRAVELLING, IT is natural to experience a deep yearning for creature comforts. Tea, bed, shower – you get the picture. It turns out that it’s also normal to miss pizza.

Sarah Murphy, Brontë Wakefield, Katie Hewitt, Aoife McEvoy and Niamh Boyle left Ireland at the beginning of the summer to embark on a trip through South America.

While away, the girls felt a pizza-shaped hole begin to form in their lives, so Sarah contacted Domino’s via Facebook asking them to meet her and her friends upon their arrival home in Terminal 2. With pizza.

dominos Source: Domino's Pizza Ireland/Facebook

Domino’s responded coyly…

dominos2 Source: Domino's Pizza Ireland

…but you can guess what happened.

Domino’s Swords opened their branch especially early this morning to accommodate the order and when the girls arrived in Dublin Airport this morning, they were presented with a monster delivery of pizza, garlic bread and chicken strippers.

Travel 1 Source: Patrick O'Leary

Travel 2 Source: Patrick O'Leary

Dreams. They really do come true.

pizza Source: giphy

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