Top Tweets and Facebook comments of the week

first_imgHome We Are Laois A Bit of Fun Top Tweets and Facebook comments of the week We Are LaoisA Bit of Fun Top Tweets and Facebook comments of the week Community Laois people might have heard enough about Twitter over the last week or two. But it’s still a platform that delivers some wonderfully witty or withering comments. And some thought-provoking ones too.Here’s our selection of some of the better Tweets and Facebook comments from Laois people over the last week.TWITTERanyone believing McGregor was defending Artem Lobov is silly..should know by now McGregor doesnt defend anything in the UFC Twitter TAGSTweets of the Week Council Previous articlePortlaoise too strong for Ballylinan as The Heath and O’Dempsey’s share the spoilsNext articleDeaths in Laois – Sunday, April 8, 2018 Steven Millerhttp://www.laoistoday.ieSteven Miller is owner and managing editor of LaoisToday.ie. From Laois, Steven studied Journalism in DCU and has 14 years experience in the media, almost 10 of those in an editorial role. Husband of Emily, father of William and Lillian, he’s happiest when he’s telling stories or kicking a point. WhatsApp Laois County Council team up with top chef for online demonstration on tips for reducing food waste — Peter O’Leary (@poleary7) April 6, 2018Peter O’Leary weighed in on Conor McGregor’s carry on. The McGregor fans only love rising to stuff like that. Twitter Killian Whelan was looking for an argument too.Surely make much more sense to condense intercounty season by playing championship directly after league, finish championship by end of July, and leave clubs at least August on free (probably most counties would be finished by end of June)— Killian Fitzpatrick (@kfitz78) April 6, 2018Ballyfin man Killian Fitzpatrick doesn’t think the GAA’s idea of leaving April free for club hurling and football makes a whole lot of senseTwitter getting so rallied up we can’t have a convo about chocolate without World War 3 breaking out https://t.co/7nZTdCtRx3— Siún Lennon (@SiunLennon) April 2, 2018Our own Siun Lennon reckoned the Great Easter Egg Chocolate Debate was a bit OTT. By Steven Miller – 8th April 2018 Facebook And people wanted him voted Irish Sportsman of the Year… ?— Killian Whelan (@Killian_Whelan) April 5, 2018 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Rugby Take Mayo for instance, Westport has Allergen, Castlebar has Baxters and Ballina has Coca Cola. They all export through Dublin Port. Two Portlaoise size towns and one Portarlington size in a rural backdrop. I hate shallow excuses.— Kevin Miller (@Moyannagael) April 6, 2018Kevin Miller wasn’t buying the latest argument on why Laois is continually being overlooked for IDA jobs. If Mayo can have three Multi National companies …We need to be clear on what is required and ensure that we tick all the boxes. We have a strong offering ! https://t.co/gMgO3QB42a— Henry Fingleton (@HenryFingleton) April 7, 2018Henry Fingleton was discussing the same topicFACEBOOKMeanwhile, over on Facebook, our April Fools story that Ed Sheeran was going to play an intimate gig in Wolfhill caught some people out. Their reactions made it all the better!Spare a thought for poor DanielleJennifer Keightley was even more outraged that she was going to miss this show of a lifetime …We’re sorry Michelle. Really!SEE ALSO – Remember the Game: Jim Gavin’s Dublin pip Laois in 2009 Leinster U-21 final Pinterest Laois County Council create ‘bigger and better’ disability parking spaces to replace ones occupied for outdoor dining Facebook Pinterest Ten Laois based players named on Leinster rugby U-18 girls squadlast_img read more