Tesco, unspecified store, Dublin.
Killian Nolan writes:
Depending on which aisle you choose in Tesco you could be paying 245% more for your 200g bag of Walnuts. Baking aisle (€1.75) much much cheaper than the snacking aisle (€4.29).
Bernie Finn from Gorey, County Wexford who was last night named as the overall winner at the annual Unislim Awards in Debenhams.
Judges Triona McCarthy and Fiona Gratzer chose Bernie Finn, of Gorey, Co. Wexford among 12 finalists from across the country a, after losing an incredible 8st 12lb in a year with Unislim.
Bernie, who had weighed 18 stone 10lbs, said:
“What doesn’t seem like long ago I could hardly walk and I felt so low.”
Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland
Jerry O’Sulliivan, him off Radio Kerry, tweets:
Just a H2 Hummer hanging out in Tralee [County Kerry].. In your face Gretta/Eamon/ Goddamn Hippies… about 10 miles per gallon and just the €1800 odd for the motor tax. Worth it
Original Banksy up for auction in Dublin on the 12th November. On display from Friday 9th to Monday 12th at the RHA, Ely Place, D2. Guiding 30k-40k
The Celtic Tiger seems to be alive and well at the Insomnia Bar in Spar at the corner of Georges Street and Dame Street [Dublin 2], where a large regular tea (one tea bag) yesterday cost €2.40.
Frequented by a large number of tourists, this price will certainly bring back word to the rest of Europe, that Ireland has recovered and is open for business…
A ‘Large Tea’ set me back €2.70 in roscommmon town the other day!
— Midsummer (@Midsummer1984) August 16, 2018
The first (?) seven euro pint brazenly served at Bruxelles, Harry Street, Dublin 2 on Saturday night/Sunday morning.
Seán Doyle writes: