Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2
An outdoor exhibition by Concern showing images from Kenya, Haiti and Bangladesh taken by photographer Abbie Trayler-Smith showing the “reality of urban life for some of the world’s poorest communities”.
Also: there’s always one (pic 3).
But we have to pay for potable water to be delivered to our homes – surely that’s the real injustice?
Now now – do you kiss your mother with that dirty mouth?
No, I kiss yours. I’ll be using this line every time you complain about something now.
She’s been dead for more than 20 years, so I would say the experience is equally unpleasant for the both of you.
– Moyest resorting to the ‘yore ma’ gambit – it’s like trying to argue against a young Voltaire…
You used a cliché about “my” mother and you’re whining about me responding with a cliché about “your” mother? Well done.
Also, it’ll be a relief for her to be 6 feet under. Imagine the shame in reading the tripe you come out with, knowing you raised the thing that typed it.
– saying ‘do you kiss your mother with that mouth’ is used in castigating someone for using bad language; in this instance, its the *you* that is the butt of the joke.
The rest is surprisingly distasteful, even from you.
…but we already pay for water.
For example, I just bought this 300ml bottle of Evïan for €4.10