Swords nightlife.

Swords, Co Dublin on Saturday night

If you’re heading out for the night,
You might catch the beautiful sight,
Of a gang of young men,
Trade strong language then,
Have a proper traditional fight.

John Moynes

Pic via Independent.ie

23 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. ahjayzis

    Three people is a brawl

    Four is a riot

    Five is anarchy and the downfall of western civilisation.

    SF/IRA/ISIS are probably at the heart of it.

    Stay classy Daily Independent Express Review.

  2. Clampers Outside!

    Shut up Indo you sensationalist rag!

    Makes me wonder did Ryan Nugent realise when getting into journalism that he’d end up writing sensationalist nonsense as filler around user generated video content to earn his keep…. poor lad… poor excuse for journalism….

    1. ahjayzis

      I know people will say it was ever thus with the Indo but there really has been a plummeting race to the toilet with it over the last few years. It’s unreadable red-top garbage.

      1. MoyestWithExcitement

        I doubt you’re imagining that. Sure last year they said they’d seen a big increase in ad revenue but that was nearly all online. Clearly, online is their main strategy and there it’s all about clicks. The Indo website genuinely looks like the Daily Mail now.

  3. Mr. T.

    We need vans of men with baseball bats patrolling the streets and knocking the lard out of scumbags who cause trouble.

    Even better. A 7pm curfew on anyone who wears ‘soft clothes’. Get a pair a jeans and proper shoes you shower of scum.

      1. Mr. T.

        Soft clothes are tracksuits, essentially baby-grows for adults. Childish helpless ‘adults’ who can barely manage to get from one end of the day to the other because they’re so badly reared. They wear clothes like babies and suck off cigarettes or cheap booze like babies with a soother.

        We shouldn’t have to listen to their inane nonsense on the bus or their put up with the drunken fighting on the street.

      1. Mr. T.

        “legalise police brutality”

        I would if it meant scumbags are brought under control so decent people can enjoy their city or town without having to deal with their antisocial behaviour.

  4. Kerri Ann

    It is time to consider a male curfew. The streets would be safer for everyone if they were restricted to women and children after dark.

      1. Kerri Ann

        I feel bad about the moment when half of them turn into a$$holes, which you no doubt remember keenly.

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