Bullocks To That



This morning.

Bulloch Harbour, Dalkey, Co Dublin

Conor writes:

Two of the camper-vans are permanently parked there because of parking restrictions or issues with their neighbours. One has been lived in for the past few weeks (not travellers) and the other was an overnight…Any suggestions that won’t affect parking for the rest of us…


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31 thoughts on “Bullocks To That

      1. Laughter Tack.

        I care about quality content or at least a hint of entertainment. This post is neither. My apathy is towards this post, not this website. Hence my original comment.

          1. Laughter Tack.

            I will go again.

            I have no interest in this post.

            But I do in this website.

            I show this by commenting on this post.

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          2. Smith

            Well done. You have now convinced me that you really couldn’t care less, with your third comment. The space you added between lines was a nice touch.

  1. Condor

    So, these people (not travellers) are parking their vehicles there overnight, which is stopping you doing exactly the same thing? Life’s a beach.

    1. Pedantic Pat

      Suggesting that they are people would infer that they are not travellers, so there’s no need to explicitly state it.

  2. bisted

    …this has parallels with the great ‘Germans putting their towels on all the sunbeds’ scandal.

  3. Conor

    Jaysus a great view to wake up to in the morning. And fresh crab claws for lunch! I’ll be down with my campervan next week!

    1. Chock Bollington

      Too right, me too. I’ll bring the garlic and parsley butter. Thanks for notifying us of such a gem OP!

    2. Spaghetti Hoop

      Stayed in some smashing sea-facing spots on the south coast in a camper – never parked illegally and never had busybodies complain about where I did park. Victor-bleedin’-Meldrew!

  4. pedeyw

    Offer some help, like the use of a washing machine or shower, to whoever has been living in one for, weeks for a start.

  5. Mr. T.

    Get that cranky WomanMan harbour dictator to sort them out. SheHe acts SheHe owns the place.

  6. Gwen

    1) Leave them alone.
    2) See if they want a hand with anything. Maybe the people living there for a few weeks have nowhere else to call home.
    3) Go over for a friendly chat and welcome them to the neighbourhood. Who knows, you might decide the campervan life is for you.

    Seriously, what’s the original question supposed to mean?

  7. Lisa

    If this has you worked up so much you need to contact the press then I suggest you take a massive chill pill, read a book, have a cup of tea, take a walk and get on with your life thanking your lucky stars your biggest gripe is your resentment that someone is getting a free berth for their camping holiday.

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