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The Craic

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Mike Testro
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Hi Admin

It seems as though there is room on the planet for a trivia section.

Nothing to do with planning - just a forum to exchange jokes and challenges.

Can anyone who is not of celtic stock tell me what the Craic means?

Best regards

Mike Testro


Mike Testro
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Hi Neil

"I think this is a form of Irish male grooming..."

Surely that is what goes on in Pat Pong!

Best regards

Mike T.

Richard Spedding
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The Craic is what used to happen (and I hope still does) at the end of the weekly planning meeting at about 6 o’clock in the local pub - meeting starts at 4 pm and goes on until no-one is left standing.
Bryan Russell
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A classic expression of working in London in the 60s and 70s; "the craic was good in Cricklewood"

A time when the HSE morons were non-existent and real men did the work and imbibed in Butty Sligo’s pub afterwards.

With all the rules and superfluous regulations nowadays, the craic has sadly died away, particuarly in South Africa, where only the immigrants have heard of it.
Neil Walsh
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I think this is a form of Irish male grooming...

Oh begorra, time for a back, sack n’ craic ;-)

Roger Booth
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Craic or crack is a term for fun, entertainment, and enjoyable conversation, particularly prominent in Ireland


Shahul Badhusha
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@pp Admin

Good attempt to refresh planners
Rafael Davila
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Mike and PP Admin

Thanks for this new section, it fits the free spirit of PP, will be refreshing and fun.

Best regards,
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Hello Mike,

Here it is!! Lets see what action we get in this new section and if it is lively then we can let it live.

Happy New Year to you sir.

PP Team.