Romance Has Broke Down

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Again?

This afternoon.

Phil Lynott statue, Harry Street, Dublin 2.

Thanks Balla Ban Art

Previously: He Broke The Mould

27 thoughts on “Romance Has Broke Down

  1. Votey McVolteface

    Its a limp wristed statue anyway. Get rid of it and put a Live and Dangerous version in Crumlin.

      1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

        It wasn’t me, Yahbouti.
        Only cowards use two names, I just use the same one thrice.

        Having said that, I do agree with Votey McVolteface, even if Votey changes their mind.

        They should knock down Crumlin Shopping Centre and replace it with a massive statue of Phil, inna ‘Live ‘n’ Dangerous; album cover pose.

        It’s just an idea.

      1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

        forfeckssake, you deserve an applause.
        It’s hard, with only one hand.

        But still…

  2. Eamonn Clancy

    The man deserves a better statue, this is on a par with the Molly Malone. Irish sculpture must be some of the poorest in Europe. Drive along any motorway and see what’s on offer.

    1. Sheik Yahbouti

      Eamonn, as a yung’un, I remember rocking up to see him as a solo performer in Club Caroline, Glenageary – before Thin Lizzy – and the very long walk home. You’re right, the guy definitely deserves a bit more than the little he has had (‘though I’d still prefer to have HIM). Imagine what’s going to be erected for Bonzo, when the time comes! Bleeuuch.

  3. Mollie

    Is it under guarantee ? Replacement, repair or cash refund……or fit for scrapyard.
    He deserves a better monument.

  4. Bingo

    That’s not general ‘wear ‘n’ tear’. Some scumbag damaged that. Does everything nice have to fenced off? Looks like that what’s gonna happen.

    1. manolo

      Probably just ‘the lads’ having a bit of craic in between a dozen or so pints each, you know, those things happen, lets not spoil the fun.

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