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- 'Cs deep down, we're all a little bit Irish inside!
- Me, Myself, and I
- Welcome to the Bebo <3 Ireland page!
This profile is all about spreading the love to all those from the Emerald Isle and celebrating the Irish 'connection', whoever you are and wherever you will be!
Have a gander at our profile, browse our photos, groups and bands. Try out the new skin and have a go on the applications, listen to the playlist, express yourself and give us some of your thoughts on the polls! Or if you're brave enough, take our quiz!
And don't forget to watch this space for great competitions and prizes towards this St. Patrick's day, March 17th!
FM104 has a pair of tickets to giveaway for Boyzone's exciting show in Dublin!
The time to enter is very short!! You've only got two days to win, but good thing is it's really easy to enter!! Make sure you're friends with Bebo_Hearts_Ireland and then FM104 will choose a winner at random. The competition ends Wednesday 18 March at 10AM GMT.
To see the full Terms & Conditions please go to FM104's website. (http://www.fm104.ie/article.asp?id=1...
To enter the competition just click on the following link and become a friend. Good Luck & Happy St. Patrick's Day!
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Dublin’s Hit Music station, FM104 is delighted to announce that top Irish acts, The Blizzards, The Coronas, Ruth Anne, Director, Dirty Epics and many more, will take-over Dublin’s Olympia Theatre on Sunday, 26th April for the exclusive 2009 FM104 Help a Dublin Child ‘The Gig’ hosted by Keith Barry - all in aid of Temple Street Children’s University Hospital.
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...The national symbol of Ireland is not the Shamrock (Shocker!), but the Harp known as the Clarsach.
...The term "Emerald Isle" first appeared in a poem called "Erin," written in 1795 by William Drennan.
..."Hibernia” is the name ancient Romans called Ireland. It may come from the word “hibernus,” which simply translates to “wintry.” Some, however, say it comes “Ivernia,” a Latin version of “Erin” -- Ireland’s mythological name. The Romans never managed to make Ireland a part of their empire.
...Dublin was originally called "Dubh Linn," which means "Black Pool." The name refers to an ancient treacle lake in the city, which is now part of a penguin exhibit at the Dublin City Zoo.
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