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17 tweets that sum up Ireland’s relationship with the spice bag

“One last spicebag before summer ends”

Saturday night spice bag #homemade #delicious #spicebag

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LAST NIGHT, THE Just Eat National Takeaway Awards said that the very best spice bag in all of Ireland comes from The Sunflower in Templeogue.

Today, Twitter even created a Moment to explain the phenomenon to those in the UK.

And Irish people’s relationship with the spice bag is a complex thing indeed.

Like when your reputation precedes you:

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Spice bag lovers are now a demographic:

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Utterly iconic:

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We’re proud when we see the spice bag going global:

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The medical experts should look into a few things:

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While tourists don’t really *get* the spice bag:

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Spice bags are a lifestyle choice:

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A choice that stays with you:

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#curry #spicebag #3in1 #wine #piggingout #dontcare

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“Regrets, I’ve had a few…”:

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“But then again, too few to mention…”

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bloat Source: emmetbroaders Twitter

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#spicebag #lygarden #food #chicken #chips #instra #instrafood #delicious #yummy

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We had to come up with a Gaeilge version (which is when you know something has hit a high cultural status:

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*wipes away a single tear, phones the local Chinese*

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