With it now being a year since a resounding 'yes' was heard across the country for the Marriage Equality Referendum, the people of Twitter are revealing their most cherished memories from that time.
If you look at the hashtag #marrefmemories, you're see some sweet recollections, some funny ones, and they're all brilliant.
We've assembled 15 of our favourite below, take a look.
Getting out and canvassing for my #LGBT family and friends & making new ones #marrefmemories #Iwillyes #YesEquality pic.twitter.com/bUm6bV8Ltl
— aoife (@LittleMissAoife) May 21, 2016
#MarRefMemories having matching outfits with my niece ???? pic.twitter.com/Z1GPaYRNvI
— Jay Hickey (@Jayhickey1) May 21, 2016
Almost my entire family being in @PantiBliss' bar to celebrate. (WOULD NEVER HAPPEN NORMALLY.) #marrefmemories pic.twitter.com/oZwTkfTXJf
— Louise McSharry (@louisemcsharry) May 21, 2016
The lesbian unicorns on South William St. LESBIAN UNICORNS!!!! #unicorns #lesbians #voteyes #marrefmemories pic.twitter.com/WuQQnwgX8i
— Sarah Francis (@sarahfran) May 21, 2016
And this, of course! https://t.co/rFVUdmrCes #marrefmemories
— Claire Redmond (@RedmondClaire) May 21, 2016
This guy. Fair focks, as @RossOCK would say. #marrefmemories pic.twitter.com/zFMaY3JpL0
— Helen O'Rahilly (@HelenORahilly) May 21, 2016
George's Street was hopping on results day. The sun helped ????#marrefmemories pic.twitter.com/lbGT95Ak1W
— David O'Brien (@MrDavidOBrien) May 21, 2016
My grandmother holding the rosary beads in silence while watching the 6.1 news,She later declared "Ah Im delighted for them"#marrefmemories
— Aisling Ní Dhonnchaidh (@Is_mise_aisling) May 21, 2016
Dancing in the streets???? #marrefmemories pic.twitter.com/W6xcGvlQFB
— Emma Murphy (@EmmaMurphy__) May 21, 2016
a year since this man's oven glove failed to prevent marriage equality becoming legal in Ireland #marrefmemories pic.twitter.com/ed5hpT8VqS
— David O'Doherty (@phlaimeaux) May 21, 2016
But what are your best #marrefmemories? Let us know in the comments.
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