15 July, 2020

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34 comments:

  1. Hi Bill.

    Nice advertising sign.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  2. Weird opening hours! If I was mean... (I am not, I shut up).
    And it looks like a bug, too. They want to keep women out, right?
    You still keep your weather, huh. Grey, grey, cold. Enjoy yours, Bill ;-)

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  3. Very colorful and creative sign.

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  4. Very colourful, but strange closing time, 6,01, lol.

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  5. I got chuckle a from the 6:01 PM closing time. Reminds me of my days when I drove public transit.

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  6. I would expect a fancy do at a Tir Chonaill!

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  7. Very preety and colorful sign Bill.
    Have a lovely afternoon!
    Dimi...

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  8. Does it get more Irish than Paddy Quinn?

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  9. ...Paddy Quinn has strange hours, 6:01PM! Thanks Bill for sharing this fun sing!

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  10. Good sign and would say it's been around a fair while.

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  11. I like the stripes in the sign but shouldn't they be red and white?

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  12. Fine sign, but I have not visited my barber since last January. In the 1960s we found out that hair does not matter long or short.

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  13. The barber’s name sounds very Irish. He’s got some sense of humour with his closing time 😁

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  14. Muy bonito, feliz tarde.
    Saludos

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  15. As other comments have said...interesting and strange times...6:01 pm to close. I can imagine the barbers have other plans at 6:02. I think the art is nice, but does get to look like a bug from a distance! I bet they didn't even notice that when they designed it...or maybe they did!

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  16. Seems like Saturday is the only whole day they are open.

    And why 6.01? They might want to possibly get another customer or two those two days.

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  17. Todo bien detallado, para que no haya ninguna duda.

    Buena captura.

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  18. The barber shops just opened here about 2 weeks ago but there are still a lot of guys wandering around looking very 1970s!

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  19. I have not made use of such facilities in years. :)

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  20. I like this sign ...

    All the best Jan

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  21. The closing hour made me smile!

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  22. Classic! And Paddy Quinn couldn't sound much more Irish.

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  23. That guy doesn't work very much!

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  24. Open only in the evenings during the week. Hmm..

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  25. I have to ask what tir chonaill means as google translate gave me some very strange meanings lol

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    Replies
    1. Tyrconnell, also spelled Tirconnell, was a kingdom of Gaelic Ireland, associated geographically with present-day County Donegal in Ulster, which has sometimes been called County Tyrconnell.

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  26. Well Paddy has some nice working hours there Bill, not overdoing things 😊

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