James Kenny writes:
The Barry’s Tea Christmas advert is back on the air waves…NO, SHUT UP, YOU’RE CRYING!
“We turned to each other and said: ‘This is home’!'”
Bachelor’s Walk, Dublin 1
But If you “ask someone who lives there” they’d also say “This is home”, of course they’d say it’s home. They already live there…
Northumberland Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 just now.
(Thanks Oisín Kane)
I’m making contact from the An Post Communications Department about the ‘One Job’ post by Chompsky at 12:26pm today.
Rather than being an error, as per the ‘One Job’ caption, a member of the public has peeled away the vinyl advertisement and replaced it, upside down, on the An Post meter box. This has been pointed out in one of the comments below the post by an observant/sensible reader of broadsheet.ie
Meter boxes are An Post property for the collection of Meter Post (from businesses) in that area. So, we consider this activity at best a nuisance and at worst, vandalism, as it’s a cost to our business – in putting it to rights again – which it will be, by tomorrow morning.
While we appreciate knowing about this, we’d rather not give oxygen to, or encourage the defacing of our post and meter boxes….
The Q47 writes:
Here’s what they’re REALLY wearing in work this summer… This came as part of an email from Lidl this morning…
Earlier: What They’re Wearing This Season
Dear men of Ireland,
We would like to confirm that this was a typo in our newsletter, please DO NOT go to work in just these.
— Lidl Ireland (@lidl_ireland) August 10, 2017
Spotted yesterday afternoon.
Facing the Convention Centre, Dublin.
Alan Bracken writes:
Does it needs planning permission?