Cookstown Man Buys Wife Christmas Present In Local Spar For 4th Year Running
A Cookstown welder has decided to run the gauntlet one more time after buying his wife her entire Christmas gift in the local Spar despite being warned not to by friends and family.
Phillipe Mulligan, who was banished to his brother’s house at 10am last Christmas after his wife unwrapped three packets of Spar paracetemol tablets and a box of Lemsips, was witnessed browsing the razor and shaving cream section intently this morning before settling for a Gillette Fusion Facial Combo and a roll of wrapping paper.
Despite pleads from the cashier, who happened to be a third cousin of Mrs Mulligan, Phillipe completed the transaction, muttering something about hoping she ‘takes the positives out of it’.
Mrs Mulligan’s mother added:
“That’ll be four years running he has just dandered to the Spar. The first time he bought a three-pack of cooked ham and pink Lucozade. The man’s head isn’t right.”
Meanwhile, three men shopping in Woolworths in Dungannon were rescued by the Fire Brigade after getting stuck in the women’s Aran jumper aisle. Although two recovered in the back of the ambulance, a Castlecaulfield man was still on a drip this evening.
Posted on December 19, 2018, in Castlecaulfield, Cookstown, Dungannon and tagged Castlecaulfield, Cookstown, Dungannon, woolworths. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
They’re wild for aran jumpers on the Continent! I’ve lost count of how many students (male and female) I’ve seen wearing them since the cold weather set in.For the series – Ireland’s loss- Europe’s gain!
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