Dress Code

Sean Kieran Chefs Jackets I’m half thinking, for the craic, of going to the blog awards dressed in full ice cream man regalia, including white wellie boots, which I have always wanted to wear in Dublin, and a big floppy Gelato chefs hat. Of course, it would be easier to pull off such a thing with my brother Sean (photo, right), who is fearless but sadly unable to attend. Still, it is tempting. What do you think?

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17 thoughts on “Dress Code

  1. Let’s hope it’ll be all white on the night. (Someone had to say it). Evening dress looks entirely appropriate or pretty silly, too, depending on your point of view. Go on, go on.

  2. Do, Martin! We could confuse everyone. The problem with the chefs jacket, though, is that we could take heat guests if hotel food not up to scratch.

  3. Do it! It’s brilliant…and my thoughts on why you should…because we only live once (that we know of) and now that you’ve entertained the notion will there not bee a wee voice in your head nagging you to near insanity if you DON’T do it…?
    p.s. When you do go, dressed to the nines in your Ice Cream man clothes, you will take a small ice chest with ice cream right? So you can carry a cone around? Unless you have insulated pockets in the ice cream man clothes…come to think of it that would be handier…whipping an ice cream cone out of your pocket at a moment’s notice…nice!

  4. White wellies – now ther’s posh!!
    How could I compete with that and me with only an auld pair of green wellies – and they lett’n in the rain.
    Looking forward to meeting you on the night.
    Frank Fullard

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