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15 of the most Kilkenny things that have ever happened

Oh yes.

1. When this poster was spotted in Castlecomer during the Marriage Referendum

Source: Yes Kilkenny

2. When this was advertised in Tynan’s

pubwife Source: Neans McSweeney

3. That time a hen party interrupted an election count

Yes, with a blow up doll.

4. When Waterford were on there way to town for a match

5. When McDonagh needed that extra three cent

6. Lunch time at Dunnes

7. When even the Boss himself couldn’t resist Kilkenny’s charms

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8. The time this five euro note was handed into a pub in Kilkenny

Everything you’d ever need for a night in.

9. When this Kilkenny fan watched the All Ireland final against Galway… in Galway

kkfan Source: Facebook

Didn’t hold back on the celebrations anyway.

10. And Ritchie here couldn’t contain his excitement

Source: Louise Dowd/YouTube

The stress!

11. When this guy lost his phone and the hunt began to get it back to him

eugeneoleary Source: Facebook

eugenephone Source: Facebook

eugenephone2 Source: Facebook

Which was a success

Eugene O'Leary - Mobile Uploads | Facebook Source: Facebook/Eugene O'Leary

12. This puntastic sandwich shop that’s been there for years

blaablaablaa Source: Imgur

13. That time the whole hurling team called in on Tommy Walsh’s gaff for the craic

Calling for Tommy

A video posted by Ciara Allen (@ciaranihailin) on

14. These cat lampshades celebrating the team

In the best way possible.

15. And finally… when demand was so high a few years back this place was set up

Bound to happen.

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