This morning.

Merchants Quay, Dublin 8.

Toxocara is not a Body & Soul support act.

Thanks Sarah

15 thoughts on “Madra, Ted

  1. Ray

    In fairness the amount of people who don’t clean up after their dog is incredible.

    1. If you bring your dog for a walk bring poop bags.
    2. If your dog does it’s job DO YOURS! You’re not touching the poop directly!

    4. While I’m on a rant, if you get fast food the bin is NOT under your car. You are not a cat. If it’s out of your sight it doesn’t mean it has gone. Tw@ts.

  2. the good helen

    agree, it is just lazyness in people not bringing poop bags. You bring your dog for a walk, chances are its going to poop as its getting exercise and helping the food move through their digestive system, a bit like us human folk, except we don’t shi*t on the ground (well most of us don’t)… anyhow, u bring ur dog for a walk, it sh*ts – you pick it up.

    there should be signs stating, you don’t pick it up, i’ll pick u up and drop ya from a height,,,, Just saying like!!

    1. Mario Balotelli

      Yep, seems to be getting much worse lately. Was a time when there was a big campaign, pooper scoopers etc.. now it’s gone back to the 80s.. Dog shit everywhere in my local park. Lazy anti-social bastards.

  3. Gavin

    Have dog and bring the bags. But its stunning how much dog crap is left on the streets. Council needs to spend a few weeks targeting people and handing out €500 fines.

      1. Kieran NYC

        Should easily pay for itself.

        But when you’re relying on your scummy constituents to re-elect you, I guess…

  4. astrid

    I have a dog and always clean up after him; the lack of bins is a big problem. Another annoying thing, since I am on a rant, are people that drop their uneaten food on the street, and the amount of litter in general, disgusting. Walking the dog in the Phoenix Park on a sunny day it’s a nightmare, people leave rubbish everywhere, while most dog owners I know clean up after their dog.

  5. Cappo

    I wholeheartedly agree with the need to clean up after your pooch, but these ‘election style’ posters are a complete eyesore. They have sprouted up all along the promenade in Clontarf on every lamppost, where a simple graphic stencilled on the footpath would have done the job. Any graphic designers want to have a crack at it?

    1. Kieran NYC

      Do you still need a licence?

      Most Americans I see here pick up automatically and look mortified if they’re caught short without bags.

      Dirty Irish culture again.

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