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Paulie pretty much is the national stud -- It's Comments of the Week

Commenters, you the real MVP.

It’s not just Blue Sky Thinking, it’s a plan for world domination

“What Munster needs to do when Paul O’Connell retires is to put him out to stud. Then we can reap the rewards in a generations time when we unleash a hoard of O’Connells and onwards Munster/Ireland to Rugby domination! That’s my two cents anyway.”

Ireland fans applaud their team after the game Ireland fans at the u17 European Championship encounter against England. Source: Kostadin Andonov/INPHO

Arthur Pewty dropped to his knees on seeing the one true BOD

“…..and deliver us our World Cup tournament, Amen.”

Regular dude Joe Bloggs had to collect his jaw from the floor after reading about Sergio Aguero’s new diet

“No meat or pasta? That’s all I eat!”

Most of us didn’t understand the reference, but Peter Keenan tickled our resident movie expert this week.

“Only scored 6/10. But I’m definitely renting ‘Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!”

Source: Conor Ryan/YouTube

Joseph Devine doesn’t know where he’d be if it wasn’t for the above bit of rucking from Limerick’s hurlers.

“Pretty sure I was conceived that night.”

Back to Paulie, and Shane Russell has one of the finest tributes paid to the man.

“Zeus had Paul O Connell as his confirmation name.”

Robert Murtagh has had enough of Steven Gerrard’s farewell tour and yes/no debate

“This is like the marriage referendum….can’t wait until it’s over.”

Pressure off, O’Brien feels Leinster can ‘go out and just play’ this weekend

Ireland Women still calling on newcomers to rugby with a World Cup in view

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