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The 21 most Belfast things that have ever happened

‘Buckfast Goes Gourmet’

1. When the road signs had to apologise for sleggin’

2. When ‘Buckfast Goes Gourmet’ was a dinner option

3. When a pub was forced to call upon Ulster’s chequered history

#onlyinbelfast #Belfast #sign

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4. When this local man waved to his mam in the traditional fashion

5. When the Broadway McDonalds drive-thru took this order

6. When this nun with a mobile piano flagrantly ignored the rules of the road

7. When this man’s Christmas dinner was rudely interrupted

Source: @thatweecafe

8. When this sign made literally no sense to anyone outside Belfast

9. When timewasters were forbidden from inquiring about these dildo-boots

Source: @stuartyy_

10. When a cafe passed up an advertising opportunity for this message

Source: Imgur

11. When someone experienced a miracle, but still locked up their wheelchair

12. Thai Tanic, obviously

13. When people had to be told not to eat the roadfish

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14. When the Bel Tel made this appealing offer

Source: Gruntle

15. When this man went for a bit of fresh air with the pet

15. When these lovely candles were in the Christmas market

16. When two tradespeople took a well-deserved break

17. When, thanks to this guy, Castlecourt got a brand new Relaxation Station

18. When this sign became a low-level tourist attraction

http://imgur.com/gallery/dtuTQuC

19. When the weather was pure glorious over at the Dunmurry Tesco

20. When White’s Tavern had the best possible response to a bomb scare

Source: Whites Tavern

21. And finally, when this driver on the 10H stopped for a moment to take care of something.

Source: Darren Hall

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