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#EPAtHome Is The Funniest Hashtag Of The Week


by Lauren Heskin
04th Sep 2015

Heading off to EP? You lucky things, but’most of us in this office were too late to get ourselves a tickets – seriously lads, they sold out in JUNE, what even is that?!

But cheering us up on this rather chilly?Friday morning is the bloody brilliant #EPAtHome hashtag that’s been trending for the past few hours, telling us how to recreate, the muddy, it’s-freezing-but-my-beer-is-warm, weekend if you were doing it from home. Think overflowing loos, a constantly crackling radio in the corner, getting lost on the way to bed and what generally qualifies as anti-social behaviour. Marvellously instigated by @thatbritguyie who has the reins at the @ireland Twitter account this week, It’s the stuff of quality mirth.

Here are a round up of the best (so far):


Suddenly the weekend is looking up…