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Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

I was in Dublin a couple of weeks ago staying overnight on a bit of business. What a dive. 

Every city has it's rough areas, that's to be expected. But in Dublin even the supposedly 'nice', touristy parts are full of scumbags. Street-drinking louts shouting abuse at passersby. Druggies chasing people down the street and aggressively hassling them for money. Groups of young men shouting at women as they walked by. I saw six or seven kids on bikes - young kids - menacingly circling some guy and shouting  'baldy' and 'paedo' at him. And yes, fireworks going off throughout the night.

There really is something very unpleasant about Dublin. An utterly charmless place.
 
And do you have any evidence to suggest that he was not a baldy paedo? For all you know he might have been attempting to lure the kids in with the promise of more fireworks.

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Greed has won, big finance has won. Whatever small role elite clubs still play in the local communities from which they grew is dwarfed now by their position as global brands.
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sh*t radio.  
Just overheard this on Dinny FM:
Quiz jockey: "Who is the current captain of the Ireland football team?"
Caller: "Shane Duffy"
Quiz jockey: "Oh, you were sooo close, it's Seamus Coleman. You got the first syllable right!" 
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Originally posted by Devrozex Devrozex wrote:

Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

I was in Dublin a couple of weeks ago staying overnight on a bit of business. What a dive. 

Every city has it's rough areas, that's to be expected. But in Dublin even the supposedly 'nice', touristy parts are full of scumbags. Street-drinking louts shouting abuse at passersby. Druggies chasing people down the street and aggressively hassling them for money. Groups of young men shouting at women as they walked by. I saw six or seven kids on bikes - young kids - menacingly circling some guy and shouting  'baldy' and 'paedo' at him. And yes, fireworks going off throughout the night.

There really is something very unpleasant about Dublin. An utterly charmless place.
 
And do you have any evidence to suggest that he was not a baldy paedo? For all you know he might have been attempting to lure the kids in with the promise of more fireworks.

Maybe so - which would reflect even better on Dublin, of course!
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Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

I was in Dublin a couple of weeks ago staying overnight on a bit of business. What a dive. 

Every city has it's rough areas, that's to be expected. But in Dublin even the supposedly 'nice', touristy parts are full of scumbags. Street-drinking louts shouting abuse at passersby. Druggies chasing people down the street and aggressively hassling them for money. Groups of young men shouting at women as they walked by. I saw six or seven kids on bikes - young kids - menacingly circling some guy and shouting  'baldy' and 'paedo' at him. And yes, fireworks going off throughout the night.

There really is something very unpleasant about Dublin. An utterly charmless place.


Where do you live?


A not terribly salubrious area of North London. I wasn't necessarily expecting Dublin to be worse.
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Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

I was in Dublin a couple of weeks ago staying overnight on a bit of business. What a dive. 

Every city has it's rough areas, that's to be expected. But in Dublin even the supposedly 'nice', touristy parts are full of scumbags. Street-drinking louts shouting abuse at passersby. Druggies chasing people down the street and aggressively hassling them for money. Groups of young men shouting at women as they walked by. I saw six or seven kids on bikes - young kids - menacingly circling some guy and shouting  'baldy' and 'paedo' at him. And yes, fireworks going off throughout the night.

There really is something very unpleasant about Dublin. An utterly charmless place.


Where do you live?


A not terribly salubrious area of North London. I wasn't necessarily expecting Dublin to be worse.
That annoys me you saying North London! Could you not just say the area like Finchley for example or Edgware.
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Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

I was in Dublin a couple of weeks ago staying overnight on a bit of business. What a dive. 

Every city has it's rough areas, that's to be expected. But in Dublin even the supposedly 'nice', touristy parts are full of scumbags. Street-drinking louts shouting abuse at passersby. Druggies chasing people down the street and aggressively hassling them for money. Groups of young men shouting at women as they walked by. I saw six or seven kids on bikes - young kids - menacingly circling some guy and shouting  'baldy' and 'paedo' at him. And yes, fireworks going off throughout the night.

There really is something very unpleasant about Dublin. An utterly charmless place.


Where do you live?



A not terribly salubrious area of North London. I wasn't necessarily expecting Dublin to be worse.


Well this is for what we ahem voted for!

I heard people say the same things about Cork too. I was in Maynooth last year and couldn't believe the amount of bodies lying around the street homeless, something I wasn't expecting.

     
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Originally posted by Lostandfound Lostandfound wrote:

sh*t radio.  
Just overheard this on Dinny FM:
Quiz jockey: "Who is the current captain of the Ireland football team?"
Caller: "Shane Duffy"
Quiz jockey: "Oh, you were sooo close, it's Seamus Coleman. You got the first syllable right!" 


Don't know about other county radio stations, but Galway Bay FM is completely insufferable, particular that w*nker Keith Finnegan
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Originally posted by reddladd reddladd wrote:

certain posters appearing on every other thread trying to be the school comedian - I can only guess they weren't particularly funny in school either

Go on and name them Redladd LOL
"He drives two Ferraris; I think he's a very lucky lad to have 50 caps for Ireland,"

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The fact that on this forum you can't use the words f u c k or c u n t and they're replaced by coont and fooked.


"He drives two Ferraris; I think he's a very lucky lad to have 50 caps for Ireland,"

Eamonn Dunphy on Glenn Whelan
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Originally posted by Green Devil Green Devil wrote:

The fact that on this forum you can't use the words f u c k or c u n t and they're replaced by coont and fooked.


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Originally posted by Green Devil Green Devil wrote:

The fact that on this forum you can't use the words f u c k or c u n t and they're replaced by coont and fooked.


That's hardly that f**king annoying?
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Originally posted by Green Devil Green Devil wrote:

The fact that on this forum you can't use the words f u c k or c u n t and they're replaced by coont and fooked.


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Creativity at its finest, fair play Clap LOL

"He drives two Ferraris; I think he's a very lucky lad to have 50 caps for Ireland,"

Eamonn Dunphy on Glenn Whelan
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Poor service in bars and restaurants.

     
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Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Poor service in bars and restaurants.

Easy answer HB , tell all your friends and don't go there again .

Good places go bad and bad places go out of bankrupt .
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Misuse and misappropriation of words.

Infamous isn't a superlative form of famous. Transpire doesn't mean to happen or take place. Fulsome is another regularly misunderstood  word. As is enormity. 

There's no such word as 'anymore' or 'moreso'. Or 'alright' for that matter.

The word is 'okay'. The letters 'OK' don't stand for anything.

Flaunt and Flout are entirely separate words; pronounced differently, spelt differently and with different meanings.

It's hare-brained not 'hair-brained'.



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