Heino Where I’m Going



Want to get lost NEXT Thursday?

Fancy taking THREE of your friends or relatives or office whatnots around [Dublin] city on November 13 on a food-stuffed ‘Lost and Found’ trail courtesy of Totally Dublin?

Michael sez:

The Heineken #OpenYourDublin campaign’s most recent element involved the above surprise for two diners in Coppinger Row {Dublin] to give you a flavour.  “Lost & Found’ will have persons navigating their way in a treasure hunt to lead them through some of Dublin’s finest hidden gems.

Kicking off with a special edition Killer Sandwich banquet, folk will then be kitted out with a map and set off on a trail around some of the city centre’s most exquisite spaces and take part in some mystery events.

You will then collect tokens in each of these spaces that will unlock the final location at the end of the evening, where the musical stylings of Cloud Castle Lake and Mmoths take over the speakers. For a chance to bring your friends on this adventure tell us the BEST thing you’ve ever found…




Lines MUST close  at 6pm

Over 18s only (boo).

Lost & Found (Totally Dublin)

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38 thoughts on “Heino Where I’m Going

  1. Adam

    I once found an empty wallet on the ground after a night out.

    Upon closer inspection and searching all my pockets, I realised it was my own wallet only without the cards or cash :(

  2. Adam

    I once found a wallet on the ground after a night out.

    Upon closer inspection and searching all my pockets, I realised it was my own wallet only without the cards or cash :(

    1. endasboy

      It must be a uncomfortable, nagging feeling that – not knowing if your bicycles were stolen or just lost.

  3. john (slugger)

    I found a “Louisville Slugger” baseball bat when I was down in the Gaeltacht about 22 years ago. I still have it by my bed just in case!!! Never had to use it although I have had it to hand a few times…Dolphins Barn and all that :)

  4. PaddyLast

    Not sure this is the BEST thing I ever found but as a kid it was pretty exciting. We found a dead body floating in a lake that we had gone fishing in.

  5. Gaz

    I came home after a night out and found a lump of dog (or human!?!) shit at my front door, well I didn’t so much as find it but step in it. Anywho to make a long story short I took it as a sign to head out to the shops and but a nice pair of brouges. Been lookin’ dapper ever since!

  6. Caroline

    I found a Star Trek comm badge on the road outside my house when I was a kid. Greatest day ever – for my little brother.

  7. Dubrugger

    I found a bag of weed in Paolo Nutinis dressing room at Electric Picnic, also hes a messy b*****d. His mother would not be proud.

  8. MeSarah

    I found a hidden waterfall in New Zealand with families of friendly baby seals playing in the water :)

  9. Frilly Christmas Everyone*

    My dog found a fiver in Stannaway park about this time last year.

    It must a falling out of a lad’s tracksuit pocket. Anyway she was being bould and was running off when I tried to get her back on the lead to go home, when she stopped and sat like a good girl. And there under her oak tree stump of a paw was a fiver.

    I still have it under a Santy magnet on the fridge.

  10. Ben

    I recently found an unopened pay packet form when I was 16 behind a mirror in my parents house. €250…I guess I was a well behaved 16yr old if I didn’t have anything to spend it on!!

  11. Me Myself

    I was on the way back from a night out in the states and came across a pile of stuff on the side of the road with a sign saying FREE STUFF. Amidst all the crap, myself and my friend found two pairs of skis. Drunkenly, we decided the rest of the journey would be much more fun shooping along the pavement in the skis (in the notably warm weather with a severe lack of snow). As our hotel was more of a two story motel sort of situation with stairs on the outside the next step in our inebriated state was clearly to ‘ski’ down the stairs. Needless to say it did not end well (for my friend anyway) but I still think the skiis were the best and most fun thing I ever found. Unfortunately we never got to use them in any actual snow :-(

  12. sorcha

    the other day it was pissing rain out .so i ran to shelter at the enterance of the green S.C. and there on the ground leaning against the wall i found an umbrella (a working one) i was so happy. I am aware someone may have just put it down for a mintue and i may have robbed it but still ……………

  13. GiGi

    Um, I went on one of these last year for Tiger beer I think it was. Also friends have been on these lost and found type things for other brands. Not a new idea al all. But hey…. what do you expect from Irish media companies pumping out the same out stuff and fooling the client into paying big bucks for “new”, “innovative” and “FRESH” ideas. The client obviously is a bit of a sucker and has paid big bucks for this mediocre crap which has been done a gazillion times before. Suuuuuuukers!

  14. mlmp

    The bf and I took his father for a walk in the Phoenix Park near the Papal Cross, as we were walking back toward the car I stepped on something that was clearly not grass or excrement. It turned out to be a small plastic figurine of an angry hippo lurking in the grass. He now has pride of place on one of our shelves because who doesn’t need an angry hippo?

  15. Italia'90

    A couple of Christmases ago myself and my kids found a young kid, about 12 or 13 getting seven shades of it knocked out of him by two big lads off Dame St in Temple Bar. We approached them and said that if they did not leave him alone we would photograph them some more and report them to their commanding officer. I’m sure they have since been promoted. Ohh and heineken gives you cancer, so a Guinness chap was tellin me

  16. Mort

    I was in San Francisco on a J1 in 1998. One day when I was tying my shoe lace I found a men’s gold wedding ring at the side of the road, near where we lived. I brought it to the local precinct to hand it in. The cop looked at me like I’d 3 heads and told me to keep it. I meant several times to pawn it but never got round to it even though I hadn’t a dollar to rub together. Back in college in Limerick again, in similar financial circumstances I intended to pawn it but couldn’t locate a pawn shop, there was no cash for golds back then. It was a serious chunk of gold, I thought I’d at least get enough for a night out from it. The next summer I went to work in Munich and found myself again in the poor house or tent as it was. Brought it to a jewellers which advertised as per my basic German “we buy silver and gold”. After much sceptical questioning as to how I acquired the ring the old dude in the shop ran various tests to determine the quality of the gold. He declared that he didn’t know what the ring was made of but it definitely wasn’t gold but he’d give me, I don’t know what the offer was, something like €10. I figured as he still wanted to buy it the guy was yanking my crank so I declined the offer. A year later, now in college in Dublin I was skint again and needed money for a few beers so I took the ring to the pawn shop in Harolds Cross. My story now was that I had been left the ring by my Grandad. The guy in the shop, said he couldn’t take it off me officially as it was probably robbed but he’d give me €20 for it. At this stage I was convinced the ring was worth upward of a hundred quid so I hung on to it. 7 years later I got engaged, I wasn’t particularly flush by any means and the last thing I had to buy before the big day was my own wedding ring. Finally the ring was going to pay off, I convinced my wife on the day that I bought it in a vintage jewellers in Belfast, an elaborate lie, why lie? I dunno I just did. The ring was way to big for me but I’m wearing it to this day and I’ve grown in to it. If my wife is ever worried I’d take it off on a lads weekend away or anything she need not because I have a permanent green ring stained onto my wedding finger, I’m pretty sure now the ring is brass, possibly a washer dropped my a plumber in San Francisco in 1998

  17. Tara

    I found a ship!
    I was walking along the beach in Sligo in 2004 with my sister when I tripped over something in the sand….turns out it was part of the mast to a ship that was wrecked in the 1800’s

  18. scottser

    the best thing i found:
    i found that good looking women are not always women.
    the hard way.
    that is all.

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