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25 of the funniest Irish tweets ever
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Colm Parkinson owned by Diarmuid O'Sullivan - It's the sporting tweets of the week
Twitter reacts to Ireland's penalty shootout win over Romania
BOD and D'Arcy are hairstyle fwends! It's the sporting tweets of the week
Nice look Roger! It's the sporting tweets of the week
The UFC bandwagon and BOD in the dog house - It’s the sporting tweets of the week
Shane Lowry hustled by Pádraig Harrington - It's the sporting tweets of the week
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Pendred in a dress and Kernan in Sunderland - It's the sporting tweets of the week
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How a Premier League footballer and other British tweeters reacted to Sky Sports' first All-Ireland final
The state has asked Twitter to block 13 accounts in Ireland this year...
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Cover your ears Martin! It's the sporting tweets of the week
Mmmm elasticated waist! It's the sporting tweets of the week
Twitter ban lifted in Turkey
Are the French trying to poach BOD out of retirement? It's the sporting tweets of the week
Turkey has blocked people from using Twitter after threat by PM
Relax, the tweeting bra has finally arrived
Geezer's looking for a new gig. It's the sporting tweets of the week
Eliota Fuimaono-Sapolu calls on fellow Polynesians to abandon New Zealand rugby
Video: check out the new version of Twitter
Gallery: how Twitter reacted to Budget 2012
Twitter to establish 'international office' in Dublin
Top twits: Twitter's 10 most-followed users who aren't celebrities
Twitter promises to shrink your links
GAA plans to regulate social media usage
Westminster gives politicians all-clear to tweet from Commons