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You’ve got to be “Kid-aline-ing” Bressie!

Friday, 17th January, 2014 8:12pm
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You’ve got to be “Kid-aline-ing” Bressie!
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Niall Breslin, or as he’s better known on The Voice, ‘Bressie’, thought it was just hilarious when he spotted a Westmeath Examiner poster today.

Yes, the proud Mullingar man tweeted this picture to his Kodaline mates, saying:

“Lads they love a bit of Kidaline down here in Mullingar”.

He was of course referring to Mullingar based band White Chalk having just been announced as the support act for Kodaline in Belfast and Killarney.

Bressie, who often likes to point out via Twitter that he hates people correcting him on his grammar, also loves to just “kid” around...!

And, as the saying goes, there’s no such thing as bad publicity, so, Bressie, if you’re reading this, nicely spotted!

Click here for the link everyone

 

- By Olga Aughey

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