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Thread: Aherne family guests of honour at St Patrick's Day parade?

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    Default Aherne family guests of honour at St Patrick's Day parade?

    Bertie Aherne's son-in-law Nicky Byrne (formerly the tea-maker with Westlife) is Grand Marshall at this year's St Patrick's Day Parade.

    Does this mean that the extended Aherne family will be guests of honour on the reviewing stand outside the GPO?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Male Nude Photographer View Post
    Bertie Aherne's son-in-law Nicky Byrne (formerly the tea-maker with Westlife) is Grand Marshall at this year's St Patrick's Day Parade.

    Does this mean that the extended Aherne family will be guests of honour on the reviewing stand outside the GPO?
    More luck to the lad. I doubt it very much if the Bert will appear, anyway one should not be blamed for the sins of the father, never mind the father in law!

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    In fairness, the sins of the father (in law) should not be visited upon the son (in law)...

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    Hope Ta Bert shows up. Have eggs at the ready.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toxic avenger View Post
    In fairness, the sins of the father (in law) should not be visited upon the son (in law)...
    No you can't hold his father in law against him.

    You can hold lots of other things against him, but that's not really relevant here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky View Post
    No you can't hold his father in law against him.

    You can hold lots of other things against him, but that's not really relevant here.
    Yes. He might be guilty of crimes against humanity, but he did not pretend to lodge money in a suitcase...

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    You've allocated an extra 'E' in his name. He'll claim extra expenses for that unless it is corrected!
    Boycott the "Irish" Sun rag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toxic avenger View Post
    In fairness, the sins of the father (in law) should not be visited upon the son (in law)...
    The sins against music of the son in law, is pretty big too.

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    Wouldn't all his 'fans' be women in their middle twenties by now? Adel would be a much more popular and recognisable choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin M View Post
    The sins against music of the son in law, is pretty big too.
    I doubt the chap had anything to do with music. He was there as a kind of filler in. Reckon he hasn't got a note in his head.

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