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Hey there, I might be
Can't say yet though, pretty busy with work and stuff
I'lll pm you if I think I will be around
03-24-2017 05:47 PM
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Whatup. Any recommendation for excursions from Dublin? I'll be there for work, and have a Sunday off... Castles, countrysides, cliffs would be my thing...
03-27-2017 01:56 PM
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Guys I will be moving back to Dublin in 4 weeks for at least a year, have been away for a few years both abroad and countryside. I was going to throw my lot in with SEA until very recently but I got a job offer too good to turn down.

Anyone wants to meet up and go chase some lizards one night then I'd be happy to, PM me, it will be good to be back on my old stomping ground again.

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03-28-2017 10:38 AM
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RE: Dublin, Ireland 2015 Datasheet
Very interesting. My own thoughts as a local:

(a) It is exceptionally rare to see someone approach an Irish woman in public, including cafes. The only place it is "acceptable" (you can do it, but it will be seen as somewhat unusual) is in the pub or the club.

(b) However, this does not mean Irish women are inherently frigid - not that this claim is made, but might be inferred - but rather that people get together normally through work, social scenes or online dating.

© I would therefore suggest to any visitors that the best approach is a mix of social game and online dating. As a non-native, especially American, you will treated as a little more interesting than most. However, looks wise the men who have game here will look physically the same (jocks from the affluent Southside).

(d) Since Irish men don't put much cache into their looks, with the exception of professionals, a good Tinder profile should work wonders. The negative side of this is that you will be battling Irish men's innate charm, which is quite skillful and deft. So try not to be too uptight or boring. Cheekiness will be expected.

(e) dancing well would make you stand out.
07-21-2017 09:41 AM
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paulrhizome Wrote:(a) It is exceptionally rare to see someone approach an Irish woman in public, including cafes. The only place it is "acceptable" (you can do it, but it will be seen as somewhat unusual) is in the pub or the club.

It's only rare because Irish women respond extremely negatively to being approached and you'll leave yourself prone to harsh putdowns so its totally not worth it in my opinion.

paulrhizome pid Wrote:(b) However, this does not mean Irish women are inherently frigid - not that this claim is made, but might be inferred - but rather that people get together normally through work, social scenes or online dating.

I agree that the best way to get an Irish women is through work or social circle but online dating here is ridiculously one-sided and if you don't have top tier body/looks then you'll instantly get lost in the mix and be left frustrated.

paulrhizome Wrote:(d) Since Irish men don't put much cache into their looks, with the exception of professionals, a good Tinder profile should work wonders. The negative side of this is that you will be battling Irish men's innate charm, which is quite skillful and deft. So try not to be too uptight or boring. Cheekiness will be expected.

I actually think Irish guys are seriously upping their game, especially the younger guys, call it the Conor McGregor effect if you will, but hitting the gym and dressing well seems to be the norm in decent bars/clubs in Dublin. Unfortunately Irish women still haven't followed suit and fake tan, too much make-up, tattoos, cellulite and atrociously bad attitudes are still far too common.

paulrhizome Wrote:(e) dancing well would make you stand out.

Probably, clown-game also works well over here too, but to be honest that all seems way to much effort to try and bang an average looking Irish chick.
07-25-2017 12:06 PM
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RE: Dublin, Ireland 2015 Datasheet
is it worth it to come out to Dublin in early December for about 4-7 days?
07-30-2017 05:13 PM
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(07-30-2017 05:13 PM)bumborass Wrote:  is it worth it to come out to Dublin in early December for about 4-7 days?

Yes its always worth a visit, however the weather is miserable that time of year, rain/cold/wind

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07-31-2017 10:21 AM
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Heading over to Dublin for St Patrick's day this weekend. Went to Dublin 8 years ago so can remember it quite well.

See that the weather is to be dry but cold. What is the deal with drinking in public in Dublin when walking about on St Patricks Day? Do the Garda stamp down on it or do they not mind at all as long as you aren't acting silly? I'm assuming there will be some pubs selling drink from tents outside due to how crowded the pubs will be? I'm expecting 10 euros a pint.
03-15-2018 06:30 AM
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I'd say you should avoid drinking on the street, the Garda will be everywhere this weekend, they will confiscate it most likely, especially near the city centre.

There won't be tents, you will have a very hard time of it getting served as most places will be rammed from early.

Pint prices vary, the norm is about 6 euro, stay away from temple bar area, they rip you off there and it will be way too crowded with drunken idiots.

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03-15-2018 03:46 PM
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(03-15-2018 03:46 PM)Steve McQueen Wrote:  I'd say you should avoid drinking on the street, the Garda will be everywhere this weekend, they will confiscate it most likely, especially near the city centre.

There won't be tents, you will have a very hard time of it getting served as most places will be rammed from early.

Pint prices vary, the norm is about 6 euro, stay away from temple bar area, they rip you off there and it will be way too crowded with drunken idiots.


Cheers. Will be walking through Temple Bar but was not planning on hanging around. Expecting everywhere to be busy, especially with the rugby. Been recommended to head down to Wexford/Camden Street.
03-15-2018 05:41 PM
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Moving to Dublin next month
03-16-2018 01:58 AM
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Yep that's a good shout.

It will be crazy in town, you're gonna enjoy it!

Happy St Patrick's Day.

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03-16-2018 03:44 AM
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I was unsure if St Patricks Day was going to be one of these overrated 'must do' world events such as Oktoberfest, Carnivals and so on but I had a great time. My girl even got really into it by getting some stuff such as green clover hair band and the like along with some green stockings for a surprise when we got back to the accommodation. Somehow bought them behind my back in Carrolls.

The cold and light snow seemed a surprise for most visitors from warmer climes but it didn't really bother me. We started in O'Connell Street in the morning when the crowd was building up then went over to Temple Bar for the atmosphere around opening time (12) and it was pretty much an 18-25 crowd. Almost like a during the day version of a bar strip in the Med. I was surprised at the ratios. More girls than guys in my opinion and the quality was good. I assume most were foreign tourists as Temple Bar but a lot of blondes. For whatever reasons I think St Patricks is attractive to groups of young girls more than guys. I guess they think they can act like sluts without many people suspecting them back home as many don't think of it being like a Magaluf holiday or Spring Break while it has it's similarities. It's a shame that many young people choose to miss the parade just to go into a pub at 12 that is charging double the price of everywhere else. The atmosphere was great when but when we went back at for a walk at night back to accommodation it was starting to get rowdy as like you said the Garda think nothing of pouring drink down the drain and were wasted after drinking too much too early. Then went up past the city hall and went in the Jurys Inn Christchurch to have a pint while waiting for the parade to start/watching the Scotland game. Went out for the parade and it exceeded my expectations. The cheerleaders in particular from the University of Illinois were a highlight and we could get to the front no bother near St Patricks Cathedral. Noticed most other cheerleaders/bands were from Texas and California and you could tell they had never experienced cold like this. It seemed like more locals were watching on here than the tourists at O'Connell Street. Spent the rest of the day/night at Wexford/Camden street with 5-6 euro pints. Pretty much all locals here and a huge party after the Irish rugby result. I've come back a huge fan of Guinness.

I remember thinking that if I wasn't with my girl I would have loved doing street and outside the bar/smoking area game on St Patricks. It would have been a piece of cake in Temple Bar for picking up tourists. You can tell the tourist dudes there are kind of thirsty but have no idea how to approach and get too drunk. I would recommend for St Patricks Day for street game. Could easily have a different girl for lunch, dinner and then to take home at the end of the night if the logistics are right.
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03-22-2018 09:07 PM
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Glad you enjoyed and didn't get ripped off.

At parade myself and took a walk through temple bar to see the mania, ques down the street to pay for over priced drinks at nearly every place, one born every minute.

If you thought the rugby was good you should see it when we make a soccer finals, country goes nuts for a month.

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03-23-2018 10:25 AM
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Been thinking about visiting Dublin.
How is it these days, heard the economy is really good
and there is some housing shortage.
How do non-white men do or Asian men do in Dublin?
Since its a international city, I would assume they
are welcoming to foreigners?
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