15 Tweets That Perfectly Sum Up Good Friday In Ireland
"There's few sadder sights than a disillusioned English stag party in a Dublin coffee shop on #GoodFriday"
Weirdly, Good Friday is still kind of a big deal in Ireland.
Though we're nowhere near as Catholic as we once were, we still keep up the old traditions for the shake of our mam. And, y'know, because of the law.
These 15 tweets perfectly much sum up the Irish attitude to Good Friday...
Baffled tourist:— Gav (@miracleofsound) March 25, 2016
'Wait, why can't we buy a pint?'
'BECAUSE JESUS DIED FOR YOUR SINS NOW SAY 50 HAIL MARYS, HEATHEN'#GoodFriday
I wonder how many people woke up this morning in a blind panic because they forgot to buy a bag of cans yesterday ? #GoodFriday— stephen kearney (@stephenkearney7) March 25, 2016
I reckon the only reason we can't buy alcohol in Ireland on Good Friday is that it's sold out after Holy Thursday. #GoodFriday— Conor Sexton (@conorsexton) March 25, 2016
If you can prove you don't go to mass you should be allowed to drink today #GoodFriday— The Galway Player (@GalwayPlayer) March 25, 2016
Throwback to #GoodFriday 2 years ago when I told my Mam I was eating a breakfast roll and she stopped speaking to me 🤘🏻— Sinead Walsh (@fuzzOFk0) March 25, 2016
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