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if (he) went to a wedding, he'd stay for the christening!

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If (he) Went To A Wedding, He'd Stay For The Christening!

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posted by: sligo-boi exp.

He is known to overstay his welcome

"Ah no yer mothers not comin over again. If she went to a wedding she's stay for the christening!"

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