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The Ballad of Cheap Flights

The Ballad of Cheap Flights

Traditional Irish song warns of the bargains offered by Ireland's biggest success story, the low-cost airline industry. Performance by Fascinating Aida, Irish female comedy trio.

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chiselpusher chiselpusher (2712 days ago)
BRILLIANT! Haven't laughed so much for ages!
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BRILLIANT! Haven't laughed so much for ages!
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Guest: sammybee (2692 days ago)
3:20 best moment
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3:20 best moment
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Guest: (2712 days ago)
Thank you Fascinating (fecking) Aida. Brilliant, as usual.
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Thank you Fascinating (fecking) Aida. Brilliant, as usual.
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Guest: (2710 days ago)
Fascinating Aida are not Irish, to the best of my knowledge. Dilly Keane (the blonde doing most of the singing) just does a very good Irish accent - I've seen them several times live and they're not necessarily all comedy, either. Some of their stuff is really very touching and thought provoking.
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Fascinating Aida are not Irish, to the best of my knowledge. Dilly Keane (the blonde doing most of the singing) just does a very good Irish accent - I've seen them several times live and they're not necessarily all comedy, either. Some of their stuff is really very touching and thought provoking.
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Guest: Dave Allen (1057 days ago)

Dilly Keane is from Portsmouth (Hampshire UK) - an island, but not Ireland

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Dilly Keane is from Portsmouth (Hampshire UK) - an island, but not Ireland

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Guest: Linda DP (1055 days ago)

You are so ******* right :)

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You are so ******* right :)

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Guest: (2710 days ago)
Excellent. Laughed my arse off.
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Excellent. Laughed my arse off.
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Guest: Michael Munk (2213 days ago)
All I can say is WOW,WOW
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All I can say is WOW,WOW
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Guest: guestf (1035 days ago)
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Fecking exçellent

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Fecking exçellent

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