Friday Blunder!

As my LC Maths Teacher used to say in a bogger Kerry accent “Amy tá blunder deanta agat arís!”

Took part in @TheBigSwitchIRL Twitter competition today…was feeling confident after the bird pooping incident inné!

So I miss a darn Big Switch…

Roll on competition number two…

First person who finds or tweets the easter egg on >> https://www.thebigswitch.ie gets a €200 shopping voucher

Happy days…off I trot to watch MORE Lucy…and look for an ACTUAL Easter Egg as the competition states!

Its in the car..I know it is…too many sneaky shots in the car!

8 episodes of the Lovely Lucy and spooky giant switches and I give up!

Back to Twitter…everyone tweeting frantically “Is it the lamp that you can switch on and off?” WTF!?

Darragh Doyle and Wilkepedia to the rescue…

Ah its a “Virtual Easter Egg” reference…Ooopsies!

Well done @eolai who won!

Next time I’ll ask…however I have now been brainwashed by Lucy and the Creepy Big Switches to “MAKE THE BIG SWITCH”

Do I get an Easter Egg of the chocolate variety if I do? And none of this Virtual malarkey!


5 Responses to “Friday Blunder!”

  1. May 22, 2009 at 1:49 pm

    When you write things in Irish I have no idea what you are saying…

    • 2 mynameisamy
      May 22, 2009 at 2:13 pm

      Oh noes!!

      Really? I will keep the Irish to a minimum!

      • May 22, 2009 at 4:40 pm

        It’s not your fault – i mean, you are in ireland.
        I was always crap at languages i school, and although I did a little irish 1st to 3rd year, I was really crap at it and don’t remember any.

        So, yeah, translations appreciated 🙂

      • 4 mynameisamy
        May 22, 2009 at 4:48 pm

        Well sentence number one just says “Amy you have made a blunder again!”

        And Inné is for yesterday!

        Most of our first words were Irish as I am from a gaeltacht!

    • 5 aislinnoc
      May 22, 2009 at 2:52 pm

      @Phil Aawwwh, it’s funny though. My sister and I do it to our other sister sometimes, because she only knows about four words of Irish, mostly “Tá sé ag cur báistí.” It’s cruel, but hilarious.

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