Ted heads to Coppers on the look out for some nurses

The long-awaited Ted 2 hits our screens this Friday, and to celebrate this fact, Ted himself landed in Dublin yesterday to do a bit of sightseeing.



So, if you were a walking, talking pint-size bear let loose in Dublin, where would your first port of call be?

To visit Molly Malone?



We know, we know, you all thought Coppers, and of course Ted didn’t disappoint.

He even went as far as doing research and going in with a game plan, “to look under a few nurses skirts”.



Of course before entering Copper Face Jacks for the first time, it’s best to receive some advice from regulars.

So, when advised to read up on yesterday’s “Copper’s baby” story, he assured fans that “he can’t have kids of his own” though he is looking for a sperm donor.

Ted heads to Coppers on the look out for some nurses

Well Coppers is your place Ted.

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