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10 pictures that remind every Irish person of Sunday nights

Never forget.

THERE ARE SOME things that we will forever associate with Sunday night – indelibly forged into the nation’s collective psyche.

Every Sunday night should feature:

1. The soothing tones of Dermot Bannon explaining to homeowners why their idea is worse than his

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2. The leftovers of the roast still knocking around the gaff, being prepped for midweek sandwiches

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3. The opening credits to this classic

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4. This, as the mild remains of a hangover continues into the evening

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Sunday night isn’t a full on nightmare like its morning counterpart, but it still sticks around.

5. The lads from Love/Hate will be forever Sunday night – even if they never bring it back

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6. The pile of homework that you left all weekend because you weren’t arsed doing it on Friday and now it’s all waiting for you

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Even if it’s long gone, it will never leave you.

7. This screen after you’ve plowed through so much Netflix that the internet is basically judging you

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Ah, that Sunday feeling.

8. Speculative Googling while you ponder what life choices you will change on Monday morning, only to be abandoned approximately 24 hours later

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9. Even in the summer, you can’t shake the feeling that Sunday night is out to get you

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10. And finally, the multiple alarms you set before bed because of the fear that you’ll wake up around 11am having missed work/life

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Still, you have to embrace the Sunday. You’ll be thankful of it come Tuesday.

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