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Richard T tweetz:

Spotted in Donnybrook Post Office, why on earth would An Post make it harder for folks to buy its core product? Genuine question!

Anyone?

28 thoughts on “*Stamps Out*

  1. dav

    It’s part of the management plan to close post offices, starve them of stock so they can’t make sales, then say it must close because it’s sales figures are poor.

    1. Starina

      so what you’re saying is, the post office can use postage stamps to post stamps to me, but i can’t buy a single stamp out of hours? or, god forbid i have a parcel.

      1. mildred st. meadowlark

        I feel like you’re genuinely missing the part of your brain that allows for any kind of critical thinking.

        Would you like a lollipop?

  2. Turgenev

    Back in the day when the engineers of P7T were looking at the new concept of the internet someone said to them that this would finish the postal service, apart from parcels, and they said “Nonsense, that would need a computer in every home! That’ll never happen!”

    1. rotide

      because this scenario didn’t play out in every postal service, everywhere.

      You keep trucking though, everything is an excuse to blame other people.

  3. Pip

    Used to be one in the PO in Upper Baggot St – ten years ago maybe, very handy, didn’t last long.
    Maybe a bit too handy?

  4. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    I’ve gotten to know a lot of very nice people through An Post.
    I live in a Council estate.
    My door number is 7.
    I know all the other people on all the other roads in the estate who also live in number 7.

    It’s a social service they provide, when they can be bothered.

    1. Graham F

      There is no disgrace or shame about living in a council estate. Hold your head high, pay your dues and keep your nose clean, that’s all anyone can do. Go in peace my friend.

      1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

        …whooosh…

        Did you hear that?
        – That’s it…You didn’t, because you didn’t want to.

        I’m very proud to live in a Council Estate, among decent people.
        …People who don’t look down on their neighbours.

        Your mortgage doesn’t make you big. The size of it is relevant to your tiny c***, darling.
        -And you can quote me on that.

  5. Jake38

    Because like other Irish public services it’s core mission is to provide jobs for the otherwise unemployable. Anything else is gravy for the taxpayer.

  6. Spaghetti Hoop

    AND they close for lunch. I used to send goods and buy stamps regularly – it’s a very bad service.

    1. Kieran NYC

      Libraries and museums always seem to be closed whenever people have the time off to us them too

  7. Biguy

    The person working in that post office, which is at the back of Donnybrook to be Fair, is a see you next Tuesday, I always think that is the main reason the stamp machine is empry with that sign on it, which it has been for probably 4-5 years at this point.

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      Eh, c’mon…
      There’s some fierce good-looking ‘ladies’ working in the Post Office nowadays.
      – I think they’ve relaxed the dress-code in recent years…

      Pay your bills…
      You’ll get dividends if you play it right…

  8. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    Maybe it just my local PO.
    Maybe it’s only me, but so, so.
    Maybe it’s how I was born
    But I always leave with a big massive horn
    And a red face, because I know that they know.

  9. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    Calm down.
    Everybody calm down, please.

    The Post Office is full of decent people.
    They just don’t give a fupp anymore…
    Deal with it.

  10. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    Where do I start to begin?
    How do I express my chagrin?
    It’s the fuppin’ Post Office
    And if it’s taken off us
    None of us stands to win.

    This Amazon bullcrap’s not right.
    Your Granny has no website.
    If she struggles with phones
    She can’t deal with drones
    Get a grip, let go of this 5h1t3

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