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14 of the most Laois things that have ever happened

Unlaois the beast.

1. That time these road signs to Portarlington made absolutely no sense

2. When this signpost in the Slieve Bloom mountains at Clonaslee was erected

Source: Imgur

Just a little misleading.

3. When this chipper chose the most Laois name ever

Source: SteveTheSpacePirate via Reddit

Excellent.

4. The time some prankster saw a sign… and an opportunity

5. When RTÉ news couldn’t broadcast from the Ploughing Championship without a massive crowd having a gawk

6. And when this cheese tractor was created for the 2013 ploughing match in Ratheniska

Sitting on the cheese trac Source: RollingNews.ie

Look!

7. This text from a Laois soccer team manager is a #OnlyInLaois moment of gold

8. When Jamie Dornan visited Borris-in-Ossory and couldn’t resist a pint

9. And when Kim and Kanye felt the need to visit The Odeon cinema in Port Laoise

aisling Source: Aisling Dunne

Such is the grandeur of it.

10. When this Laois farmer made waves around the country with his choice of hat on the RTÉ news

hat

11. The time this shopkeeper got enterprising during Electric Picnic

12. And whoever put this sign up in Stradbally tells it like it is

13. When the scarecrow festival in Durrow threw up a Miley Cyrus gem

14. And finally… when this character was spotted cruising about on top of the shed in Stradbally

stradbally Source: Stradbaly Operation Transformation Facebook

Wonderful.

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