If Queen's knickers sell for £4,500 why not Dev's Y-fronts?

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Seeing as we're in the height of Polly silly season:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/engl ... 533696.stm]BBC[/url]


Queen's bloomers sell for £4,500



A pair of bloomers that once belonged to Queen Victoria have been sold for £4,500 at an auction in Derby.

The knickers have a 50in (127cm) waist and date from the 1890s,

Auctioneer Charles Hanson said: "These pants, considering their provenance and pedigree, are very exciting.
Could you imagine an auction selling a pair of De Valera's Y-fronts ? How much would they get ?

What items of "Irish political heritage" would you like to see auctioned ?


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Balbriggan in North Dublin made stockings for the Queen

http://www.answers.com/topic/balbriggan

I cannot see these knickers been bought by an Irishman given her criminal past in relation to her Irish subjects ( she shit on them also in her pants)

Sad git who bought the pants from a fat bird while millions starved,
 

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toxic avenger said:
taylorwemyss said:
HAHAHA :lol:

Why would someone buy an old pair of knickers that belonged to a very fat woman?
Only if they haven't been washed...

Cyberianpan is disturbed at this... he remembers that "used school girl knickers" are so popular in Japan that they were/are sold from vending machines ...

The concept that people might seek the same from their political/national heros is disturbing


CyP
 

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50 inches?? I hear Mary Harney was bidding on them :lol:
 

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We could trade over priced underwear to each other and tax it ! We could borrow vast sums of money to buy these undergarments once someone official issues a 'valuation'. Cue the next ten years of economic 'growth' ! :lol:

taylorwemyss said:
I still would not have bought them.
Hey you shouldnt' talk our new pants economy 'down' ;)
 

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cyberianpan said:
Cyberianpan is disturbed at this... he remembers that "used school girl knickers" are so popular in Japan that they were/are sold from vending machines ...

The concept that people might seek the same from their political/national heros is disturbing
CyP

Japan is a seriously disturbing place. It is all a bit tasteless and tacky.
 

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Dev wore boxers.

See chapters 8 - 12 of Ferriter.

Coogan claims Dev wore a thong, but his evidence was threadbare.
 

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I'd have bought Maud Gonne's petticoats- when vicky came to Dublin,
Gonne kept hanging out her black petticoat (on a broom handle)
to commemorate famine victims- and the peelers kept taking it down.

eventually the point was made- but sure the underwear is probably to dress
a fetish dummy or something unsalubrious
 

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Tony O'Reilly or John Bruton probbally bought the knickers as they are big fans of English royalty :lol:
 
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inchicore_republican said:
Tony O'Reilly or John Bruton probbally bought the knickers as they are big fans of English royalty :lol:
So I take it by this logic that you'd like nothing better than a little sniff of Pearse's underpants?
 

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cyberianpan said:
Seeing as we're in the height of Polly silly season:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/engl ... 533696.stm]BBC[/url]


Queen's bloomers sell for £4,500



A pair of bloomers that once belonged to Queen Victoria have been sold for £4,500 at an auction in Derby.

The knickers have a 50in (127cm) waist and date from the 1890s,

Auctioneer Charles Hanson said: "These pants, considering their provenance and pedigree, are very exciting.
Could you imagine an auction selling a pair of De Valera's Y-fronts ? How much would they get ?

What items of "Irish political heritage" would you like to see auctioned ?


cYp

Its a well known fact that Edward De Valera actually wore longjohns. He had them blessed every year by Archbishop McQuaid.




P.s. Rumour has it that Charlie Haughey wore a leopardskin posing pouch.
 

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