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Why does July the 19th strike us as important?

This date thing is bothering us now.

IS THERE SOMETHING we always do on July the 19th?


No…that doesn’t sound right. So what could it be?



Yes, today, 19 July, marks the day Ted, Dougal and Jack went off on their holliers – and the day the most exalted scene in the history of Irish comedy was delivered unto us:

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We at like to treat 19 July as if it were a national holiday. You should too. Treat yourself. Bit of egg, perhaps?

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