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This afternoon

Andy Choo Choo writes:

River Liffey [at Dublin city] about to burst and not high tide for 2 hours….

Eek.
Update:

  

The River Liffey [at O’Connell Bridge, Dublin] this evening.

 Thanks Andy choo choo

26 thoughts on “The Tide Is Nigh

    1. Illuminati16

      We are all here already running this ghetto while you howiyas drive us around in taxis and on dublin bus – that’s those of you who work of course. …

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      I recall viewing a house near the Liffey years ago and it was clear that it had been flooded continuously, though not disclosed.I felt sorry for the owners but it’s worth being vigilant about this when viewing properties to buy or rent. Some can’t be insured.

      1. :-Joe

        My experience of rampant pooey fupping landlords and dodgy fupppping property XDSFSDFX types makes me think you are far too generous with forgiveness.

        A lie by omission of information is still a lie.

        :-J

  1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    I work near there.
    Does anybody know do I have the night off or what?
    -I can’t phone them or they’ll have my number.

    Cheers.
    Answer before 5:30pm

  2. Neilo

    I’ll give your ‘manager’ a call for you – Benburb St. is more a more elevated site than you’d think :)

  3. Slightly Bemused

    Seriously concerned that we may have a repeat of the sad drowning of that lady in Crumlin a few years back. All you who live in basement flats please take precautions, and be safe.

  4. Clampers Outside!

    *Drrring, drring…*

    Hello, is that Badatmemes employer?
    It is yes.
    Well, he won’t be in today, he was up all night on the internet.
    Was he w*nkin’ all night?
    Em, truly I couldn’t say. He was replying to himself, a little bit.
    That’s himself alright. Thanks for letting me know.
    You’re welcome

    *click-click*

  5. Dublinentendre

    The damp smell in Forbidden Planet hasn’t even disappeared since the last time basements flooded in that area.

  6. some old queen

    From memory the first place along the quays to flood is the north side in front of Collins Barracks.

  7. Glat1

    I’m waiting for the “I don’t normally do this but…” stolen bike story to appear at about 11am tomorrow morning.

  8. Spaghetti Hoop

    Well yes; both parties were lying, but isn’t that part of the trade and trick? To fool the buyer?

  9. Mister Mister

    Are all you guys new to Dooblin or something? It’s not unusual to see the Liffey that high without any fear of it bursting its banks.

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