Tag: dublin

Thousands Of Covid Cases Could Be Avoided By Giving Dublin Six-In-A-Row, Explains Dublin

WEEKS of uncertainty and a potential ‘landslide’ of case numbers, hospitalisations and deaths could all ‘simply disappear’ if Dublin were to be granted victory in the 2020 GAA Senior football championship, the nation has been informed. A spokesperson for the Dublin senior team has said they’re perfectly happy to invite county after county to the… Read more »

“A Cruel Prank That Got Out Of Hand”: Phibsborough Listed As One Of World’s Coolest Neighbourhoods

THE EDITORIAL staff at Time Out magazine have offered their apologies for an ‘admittedly cruel prank that got out of hand’ which resulted in the Dublin suburb of Phibsborough being duped into thinking it legitimately placed 27 in the magazine’s list of coolest nieghbourhoods in the world. “Look, don’t get us wrong it’s a perfectly… Read more »

Letter From O’Rahilly House As It Was Being Demolished Found In Rubble

CONSTRUCTION workers carting away the last of the rubble from the recently-demolished ‘O’Rahilly House’ in Ballsbridge have unearthed a poignant last note seemingly written by the house itself as it slowly fell apart under sustained bulldozerage. The house, which had been home to 1916 Rising leader Michael ‘The O’Rahilly’ O’Rahilly, had been awaiting a protection… Read more »

Nightclub Bouncers Installed On Dublin Border

AHEAD of the imminent announcement that Dublin is to be placed at a ‘Level 3.5b/figure it out yourself, minus the square root of face mask’, authorities have strategically placed nightclub bouncers along the county’s border. “Not tonight pal,” groused one of hundreds of bouncers all named Mick, to a desperate Dubliner trying to gain entry… Read more »