Oh yes! The return of the Celtic Tiger is confirmed. Lidl selling Audi’s for kids. This can only end well. Good times!
Tesco, Clearwater, Finglas, Dublin 11
Tesco are opening a new budget range to compete with Lid and Aldi [in the UK]. They’re calling it Jack’s – not sure it’s the best name? Do you think they’ll bring it to Ireland?
I feel a little social responsibility is required by Lidl, a 7, 480 litre pool for sale from Thursday. I hope Lidl see sense and remove this product considering the situation with water.
John Gallen writes:
Not sure in what town exactly this was taken. Somewhere along the Wild Atlantic Way judging by the signage…
LIDL last night (top and middle), this morning (middle pic) and with Gardai at the scene this afternoon and a video compilation of events (above).
Citywest, Fortunestown Lane, Tallaght, Dublin 24.
LIDL bulldozed by stolen digger…
Safe dragged down street…
Centra and Topaz attacked with angle-grinders…
Nine people have been arrested following robberies and looting at two shops in west Dublin.
..A small number of gardaí responding in an SUV could not get to the scene due to the weather conditions, which included snowdrifts of up to five feet.
Incredibly, it’s the @IrishTimes that’s sharing that picture of the ‘fire’ at #Lidl – This photo was from a fire in German in 2016 – It’s not from the digger / looting story at #Tallaght #Jobstown #Fail #FakeNews pic.twitter.com/ITlnX7nhFg
— Will St Leger (@WillStLeger) March 2, 2018
— Lomas Longstrider (@Aiteall) March 3, 2018
To the pitchforks!
Thanks John Gallen
One has respect for the people of Tallaght and one does not.
— Irish Political GIF (@ROIGIF) March 3, 2018
Pics: PA, Rollingnews.
After the disgraceful scenes at Tallaght it’s a pity the news media don’t show what happened last night in Clondalkin when a fire engine got stuck.
Monny O’Jalley writes:
Elon Musk’s spaceman swingin’ past Lidl for a “few bits” on his way to Mars…
Mickey Twopints writes:
Lidl’s most recent promotion for “Bathroom Accessories” – a 2kW fan heater!!! Darwin award candidates coming soon at a branch of Lidl near you!
Or not at all?
YOU be the judge.
Jenny O’Neill writes:
Lidl Ireland have just published research saying girls need more encouragement to participate in team sports on HerFamily.ie.
Today I saw that they are advertisinggirls’ t shirts featuring unicorns & boys’ saying ‘best player’ & ‘team supporter’.
I am absolutely fuming at the blatant sexism not to mention stunning hypocrisy. I’m delighted that they continue to support Ladies Gaelic Football but this ‘serious support’ should also apply to the clothing they have for sale…