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Last 50 tweets from @PadraigBelton
In reply to @PadraigBelton
No need to brag🥹
 
Here is a hotel in Ireland, in the Burren, putting the people with the greatest need first even during the summer tourist season. 🇮🇪🇺🇦💚
 
In reply to @PadraigBelton
You should’ve seen how I ‘Slashed’ my time…
Replying to @PadraigBelton
At least there wasn’t any November rain
 
Because of the beauty that is Dublin in summer, I am doing shuttle runs and burpees immediately outside a Guns and Roses concert.
Replying to @PadraigBelton
You should’ve seen how I ‘Slashed’ my time…
 
Because of the beauty that is Dublin in summer, I am doing shuttle runs and burpees immediately outside a Guns and Roses concert.
 
After a hugely successful #StJohnsDay2022, we’re looking forward to our next @stjohngateway event: “Royal Weddings and a Funeral” 🤴🏻👸🏻. Come and hear the Dean talk about his time as Dean of @wabbey, followed by🍷. Tickets available here 🎟 🎟:

stjohngateway.org.uk/events-1/a-tal… pic.twitter.com/MdSLqHUYUx
Replying to @stjohngateway @wabbey and 3 others
Dear Abbey....
 
Pádraig Belton Retweeted ·  
After a hugely successful #StJohnsDay2022, we’re looking forward to our next @stjohngateway event: “Royal Weddings and a Funeral” 🤴🏻👸🏻. Come and hear the Dean talk about his time as Dean of @wabbey, followed by🍷. Tickets available here 🎟 🎟:

stjohngateway.org.uk/events-1/a-tal…
 
 
Yesterday, I felt like a total badass for submitting lengthy forensic reports before the deadline. This morning, I spent 30 minutes trying to find my keys before discovering them next to the veggies in the fridge. Sadly, not the first time I've done this!😁😂 pic.twitter.com/TunCkZk1Wn
Replying to @DrTirrell
I fear, if something landed next to the veggies in my fridge, it would be long years before I found them.
 
In reply to @PadraigBelton
If it's K. D. Lang's "Constant Craving", then they used to live downstairs from me and that was what they'd play on repeat to help offset the sounds of their lovemaking. It didn't work. Please tell them that I still haven't forgiven them.
Replying to @jtwolfenden
Oh dear god. This is their shagging-offset track, isn’t it? I’m going outside now and may be a while…
 
My upstairs neighbours are very lovely. Also, they only possess one track of music. Can I go upstairs and offer them ... MP3s?
 
In reply to @PadraigBelton
Replying to @mariana057
That is Liam, conqueror of playground swings and plates of pasta!
 
Our master Caesar is in the tent where the maps are spread.
 
In reply to @PadraigBelton
My mother actually was late to her own funeral. Bit of a story behind that one...
Replying to @datropp
I now need to know this. :)
 
I still treasure this picture from May 2018, after my daughter helped me cast a vote for women’s bodily autonomy in Ireland.

(After birthday cake, I wrote about it that eve in Prospect: prospectmagazine.co.uk/politics/this-…)
 
At midnight in the rain, I set up cones to do a sprint workout atop Killiney Hill. I slipped on my bottom six times and never felt so alive all week. pic.twitter.com/x4cH9Id8M5
Replying to @PadraigBelton
I then made it to my running club’s 9 am speed workout. At 9:20. ‘You’d be late to your own funeral,’ some wag called out…
 
Birth of a classicist: Carlotta opening a present from her hugely lovely professorial godfather @G_BoysStones.
 
At midnight in the rain, I set up cones to do a sprint workout atop Killiney Hill. I slipped on my bottom six times and never felt so alive all week.
 
My good friend in Dublin and London, Stephen Desmond came down to give me a penne for my thoughts.
 
This has happened to me in the UK (though I am Irish, and currently in Ireland) - does that help?
 
I was interviewing Alona Shevchenko @cryptodrftng (and her magnificent dog Sasha), who is doing hugely interesting things to help Ukraine through tech, when she asked if she could turn the tables, and interview me. This was the result.

youtu.be/Rua5mPROkuQ
 
In reply to @PadraigBelton
You’re lucky to have such fine kids, and they’re lucky to have such a fine Da!It was a real pleasure to meet, work and eat with you on Monday.
Replying to @BobJones1950
Mine entirely! You were so kind to put up with my company, and I had such a very lovely night! One much needed….
 
Dublin. For breakfast in bed, we are having chocolates I brought home in the middle of the night from London.
 
London mid #tubestrike feels faintly broken. You can’t even get network to figure out your bus or walking route, because everyone else is doing the same. I can’t even send this tweet.
 
Off at 5 am to run to my psychopath personal trainer in Clapham. Must find a closer psychopath next #tubestrike.
 
It was by video chat from Dublin to London, but … I got this amazing card from the little girl who made me a father! #FathersDay
 
It was such a pleasure to attend (and not chair) this! With Major General Celia Harvey coming to speak, @WestminsterSSG handed over the gavel to its women members to run the evening. Not for the last time.
 
Lego funded a professor of play at Cambridge in 2019, currently held by child mental health specialist Paul Ramchandani.
High quality play boosts later mental health. Great research from @VickyYiranZhao out today: theguardian.com/society/2022/j… - congratulations!
 
 
My wife, writing from Dublin: ‘Sandycove was buzzing yesterday - lots of men dressed like you; a red Routemaster to Piccadilly & Green park was out and about’ #Bloomsday2022
 
Happy #Bloomsday, to all you lovely Stephens, Blooms, and Mollys. ❤️

Tiny podcast I did on reading Ulysses in lockdown. And James Joyce keeping me sane(ish).

podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/fat… pic.twitter.com/YxPG1TjVH0
Replying to @PadraigBelton
Yesterday I ran to Joyce’s tower in Sandycove (chapter 1). And on my airport way this morning, through a waking Dublin passed Sweeney’s chemist (chapter 5), and site of Finn’s Hotel on Nassau St. Where Joyce met Nora Barnacle, in 1904, immortalising their first date as Bloomsday.
 
Happy #Bloomsday, to all you lovely Stephens, Blooms, and Mollys. ❤️

Tiny podcast I did on reading Ulysses in lockdown. And James Joyce keeping me sane(ish).

podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/fat…
 
Finally after Covid meeting these two NYC lovebirds’ little kiddos. This is the best best manning.
 
Had to swerve twitter for a while owing to tweet exploding for reasons I can’t quite make out. It’s always the ones you barely paid attention to posting. pic.twitter.com/WcifLIA96w
Replying to @NiecyOKeeffe
I said something about Americans liking guns once...
 
In reply to @PadraigBelton
Always time for getting a little naches from the children
 
A little girl who not long ago was graduating from a nursery in Dulwich, is doing so again from the pre-prep division of her school in Dublin.

Excuse me while I go bawl for a bit. pic.twitter.com/6YOPt79ir8
Replying to @PadraigBelton
The @burgonsoc may be amused that the academic dress of Gumboots Nursery, Dulwich, is for reasons entirely mysterious, curiously identical to that of an undergraduate scholar at Oxford.
 
A little girl who not long ago was graduating from a nursery in Dulwich, is doing so again from the pre-prep division of her school in Dublin.

Excuse me while I go bawl for a bit.
 
Carlotta and I were practising advanced time telling with my watch, setting it to different times and basically … now here we are at the school gates three hours early.
 
In reply to @PadraigBelton
St Johns station does not have a dot after the ‘St’ and is located in Lewisham, the opposite side of town to its woody counterpart. Will you be dealing with this when you’re king?
Replying to @silver_nadia
Tops of the list curiously 👑✅
 
In reply to @PadraigBelton
You could swap North and South Parade in Oxford while you’re at it!
Replying to @EmmaWoollacott
YES!!!!! 👩🏻‍🎓🤷‍♂️
 
In reply to @PadraigBelton
Was behind you in the queue for the passport machines…. Which stopped working.. All the cases in the arrivals hall…
Replying to @Reginahw
Were you seriously! Gosh I’m sorry we didn’t get to chat! (And goodness… I didn’t realise about the passport machines breaking…)
 
Dublin airport arrivals at midnight looks like Mogadishu except Mogadishu was surprisingly well organised and orderly
 
Pádraig Belton Retweeted ·  
In reply to @PadraigBelton
Even though I lived there for a year I'm still never sure about St(.) Jame(')s(')(s?) Park.
 
Pádraig Belton Retweeted ·  
In reply to @PadraigBelton
Never did I once change colour when coming out of Turnham Green...
 
Pádraig Belton Retweeted ·  
In reply to @meanderingtripe
This pub near me was worse (it's just closed down).
 
Pádraig Belton Retweeted ·  
In reply to @PadraigBelton
Too right. And it gets worse (or, at least, more inconsistent). Earl’s Court tube station has an apostrophe. And 90% of the time keeps that apostrophe on signage. But if you take a walk to Earls Court Road, there isn’t an apostrophe in sight on the signage.
 
In reply to @PadraigBelton
North Harrow, West Harrow. East Finchley and the other Finchleys. Little Walsingham is bigger than Great Walsingham
Replying to @JoshNeicho
The last is the most wounding
 
Pádraig Belton Retweeted ·  
In reply to @PadraigBelton
I have never *once* heard a dog when passing through Barking.
 
Earl’s Court has an apostrophe; Barons Court to doesn’t. (Shepherd’s Bush has, Parsons Green lacks.) There is a dot in St. John’s Wood - US, not UK usage. Northfields is 13 km away from its twin Southfields. This is a short list of things that will change when I am in charge.
 
In reply to @PadraigBelton
I was in County Kerry where I ate the best chowder ever in all of recorded history. Made by a Polish chef. Ireland is paradise. Except for the weather.
Replying to @lefoudubaron
I mean it’d be a bloody great place if it had a roof?
 
 
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