shopping cart empty
HAPPY BIRTHDAY LAZYFITTER!!
Login to post a new topic and to write a reply.
Thread Tools Rate This Thread


Search within thread:

Login to rate this thread.
#41 (permalink)      5/11/2019 1:59:02 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
Avatar
GoSpursGo
Member
  • JoinedJan 2019
  • Posts 195
  • Reviews 0
  • Kudos29
etcetera wrote:

Happy birthday lazyfitter. I didn't know you were Irish until I read this thread. Gee, I always associated potatoes with Idaho but I reckon there is such a thing as Irish potatoes. I think I read about a famine one time in Ireland. The potatoes didn't do well and being a main food source and source for income and bartering, people were going hungry. Well, I'm part Irish. I figure it's a part of my meanness, Irish temper.






Edited on 5/11/2019 at 1:59 AM. Reason:
#42 (permalink)      5/11/2019 5:28:25 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
wuwei.ap
Member
  • JoinedMar 2015
  • Posts 22101
  • Reviews 266
  • Kudos42151
+2 details
Lazy aged remarkably over his birthday...

#43 (permalink)      5/11/2019 7:47:19 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
RussG
Member
  • JoinedMay 2015
  • Posts 3240
  • Reviews 104
  • Kudos3593
etcetera wrote:

Happy birthday lazyfitter. I didn't know you were Irish until I read this thread. Gee, I always associated potatoes with Idaho but I reckon there is such a thing as Irish potatoes. I think I read about a famine one time in Ireland. The potatoes didn't do well and being a main food source and source for income and bartering, people were going hungry. Well, I'm part Irish. I figure it's a part of my meanness, Irish temper.

Yes etc, Ireland and spuds go hand in hand. That nasty baccy stuff and the potato were bought to England by Sir Walter Raleigh.

No problem with the potato.