30 thoughts on “Classic Luas Parking

  1. ahjayzis

    Realistically, D’Roordles should be required to sit a separate driving test for when they venture out of the wilderness.

  2. Continuity Jay-Z

    A false flag op by Cousin Jack. The durty bowsie!

    I expect anti-culchie crimes to rise 300% on the head of this.

    This is the Gulf of Tonkien all over again.

    1. John

      its 01 RN 1738
      the white plug makes the 8 look like a 6,
      useful to avoid speeding tickets, but no good now..

  3. Birneybau2

    Is that Charlemont Bridge? If so, where the bloody hell did they get on the tracks?!?

    I know Cowper or whatever but it’s some distance to drive.

  4. grumpyoldman

    Sometimes in life a person can take a wrong turn when they don’t know their way and the signage is poor or misleading. Since the reversing lights are on I assume the driver is trying to resolve the issue by backing out of the situation.
    A lot of us could learn a serious life lesson from this little mishap.
    Take a chill pill folks. C’mon the Rossies!

    1. Bacchus

      the signage is bloody clear. The luas tracks are bloody clear. You’d have to be a special kind of moron to drive up there.

  5. annoyed commuter

    Take a chill pill?? I left Stephen’s Green at 17:30 and didn’t get home till 20:00. I walked half the way along the tracks. When I eventually got a Luas, it only went to Sandyford and then I had to wait 30 mins in Sandyford before getting on a jam-packed Luas to Brides Glen. If the car was robbed and left there, it’s one thing, but if some stupid plonker from outside the pale took a wrong turn and disrupted 100’s of rush hour commuters, then that person needs to be prosecuted for dumbassedness!
    F off home to bog land and protest down there. We don’t care for your types around here

    1. Mr T

      I don’t think you have the right to use “outside the pale” when you’re living in Brides Glen, kind of a moot point

      1. Continuity Jay-Z

        Annoyed commuter is a Negative Equity Bogger. The worst kind.

        Why didn’t you buy in Kilmacud where you’d have ample choice of public transport?

    2. Mikeyfex

      It’s responses like this that make me kind of glad that happened. Didn’t get home til 8 bells. Did the mother recognise you?

  6. Sheikh Yabooti

    At some stage in the ’60’s my grandfather & his brother in law were driving from West Cork to the RDS Spring Show.
    Having blown straight through a red traffic light at the Red Cow, one glanced back and remarked to the other “Jeayzus, deay wurrnt dyeor lasht yeeor.”

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