Corkman Enjoying Bus To Work More Than Usual
On a day when there are no buses running in Dublin George Michael O’Donovan from Go Go Park in Bishopstown has reported a huge sense of enjoyment in taking the bus to work in Cork.
A second stoppage lasting 48 hours sees no public buses in Dublin causing bedlam and chaos across The Pale as drivers attempt to win a pay hike.
Listening to RTE news on his headphones heading into work this morning on the 205, O’Donovan reported an increased sense of enjoyment as the bus cruised its way down the Wilton Road towards the city centre.
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“My favourite bit was when we were going along the Western Road and the Mardyke”, said the 28 year old meth lab worker, “there were loads of people from Dublin on the radio giving out yards on the radio about there being no buses.”
High fiving the bus driver as he skipped off the bus on to the Grand Parade he noticed other passengers also smiling contently to themselves.
“I used to take bags of yokes in my twenties but this feeling beats any of that shit”, he said smugly, “the whole city is on a high today. What a day to not be from Dublin. I can’t wait for 5.30 to get the bus home again.”.
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