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Ita O'Kelly Nov 13
Cheap, crass and contrived. Dublin city does not need to be gussied up like this. Our capital city must be allowed to shine and be itself. it is unique. It does not need to be sold and packaged like this.
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Darren (ಠ_ಠ) Nov 13
Renaming Grafton Street to Grafton Quarter just reminds me that you can't polish a shite, but you can try roll it in glitter
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Never Mind Nov 13
Can imagine the Americans asking directions: "Where is the Grafton Quarter?" Local: "Never heard of it, sure you don't mean ?" American: "That's the one, beside Stephens Square" Local: For Allah sake 😒
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Fadapage Nov 13
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Tracy 💜 🇮🇪 🇳🇴 Nov 13
sounds silly. Reminds me of New Orleans where quarter does suit. It's . Makes you wonder who came up with that and spent the money on that signage?
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Addam Jericho Nov 13
Hahaha! Grafton Quarter! Here, Dublin! if you're pissing money away on cosmopolitan American friendly rebranding, could you spare us a few hundred grand for a deposit on a new gaff?
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stephen O C Nov 13
Its Fuck off with trying to make it sound more pretentious than it already is Stick up your hoop!
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innocent Ireland Nov 13
We're just wondering where the other three quarters are gone?
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Caolán Mc Aree Nov 13
Maybe it shouldn't be called Grafton anything! It was named after The Duke of Grafton who alongside William of Orange, pillaged innocent civilians of this country, terrorising and murdering them as he went. Maybe let's talk about that instead!
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Brian Gallagher Nov 14
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Carole (Ducky) Nov 12
Poll on the abomination that is the invented . My preference? Remove all trace, never speak of it again & return ‘Nollaig Shona’ lights to .
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Siobhán Doyle Nov 13
Show me the most annoying combination of words
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Aingeala Flannery Nov 12
'On Grafton Quarter in November, We tripped lightly along the ledge?' Go away and shite
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Dermot Brennan Nov 14
A rainy day Watercolour of St Stephens green Dublin 👌🎨☺️ beauty
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David Costello Nov 12
I see Grafton Street lights have been turned on today, there really is nothing like having the place to yourself on Christmas Night! Print available in my new Dublin Gallery
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Low Cost Office Nov 13
So, does every like the new lights?
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Lisa Smith ISIS Nov 13
Anyone need any fags bringing back?
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Gemma Nov 18
Image a PROPERTY DEVOPER is trying to get rid of one of the most attractive things about . Selling REAL FLOWERS. Tell this guy to jog on folks
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beibhinnbyrne Nov 19
I cannot believe there are now objections to the hardworking women of generational Dub flower sellers on and disgusted to see them described as clutter. One of the only unique, indigenous & rather beautiful things left on Grafton St.
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Pete Farrell Nov 19
If you want to support flower sellers I suggest you go and buy some flowers.
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