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Des Cahill May Have Given Us The GAA Word Of The Summer Already

Des Cahill May Have Given Us The GAA Word Of The Summer Already
By Paul O'Hara Updated
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vraJnV3-rW8

On last night's Sunday Game, Des Cahill came out with an early candidate for GAA sound bite of the summer - the surrealist portmanteau, "Bumfuzzled".

Speaking of Offaly's inability to win a first-round Championship game in recent seasons, he suggested that their supporters must be "bumfuzzled " as to why this is the case.

It's reasonable to suggest that Des was trying to say 'bamboozled' and 'puzzled', but instead neatly joined the two in a convenient and hilarious combination.

What makes this even more impressive is the fact that he managed to shoehorn in a bumfuzzle at the request of Dublin star Michael Darragh Macauley, who took up the Sunday Game's word challenge:

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H/T: Eoghan Glynn

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