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Old 23-05-2018, 10:20 AM
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Cornmarket Street is getting very dodgy from about 6:00 PM now. From the roundy down as far as the Bridewell.

Avoid. It’s ok during the daytime but gangs of undesirables begin to congregate outside the TK Maxx Lidl place and there’s open drug dealing going on.

Lots of petty crime, and the stalls placed there by the city hall also make the place look more foreboding in the evenings
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Old 23-05-2018, 12:25 PM
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Cornmarket Street is getting very dodgy from about 6:00 PM now. From the around down as far as the Bridewell.

Avoid. It’s ok during the daytime but gangs of undesirables begin to congregate outside the TK Maxx Lidl place and there’s open drug dealing going on.

Lots of petty crime, and the stalls placed there by the city hall also make the place look more foreboding in the evenings
SoundY will give em a punishment beating.
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Old 23-05-2018, 12:32 PM
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Oliver Plukett street by night is an absolute no go area..
Snowflake ALERT!!!


FFS lads, just walk down the street without being a scaredy cat. The guy you're so worried about is probably just as worried about you.

And anyway, with the amount of cctv cameras about Ollie Plunkett, NMS, Pana etc these days any scobe wanting to act up will most likely be up on charges.
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Old 23-05-2018, 12:41 PM
Henri LeHat Henri LeHat is offline
 
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Jeesus.Did anyone call the guards, or did people just ignore it?Although you can't blame people for not wanting to get involved.
That's not what you said when the big boys took the sweets from your cousin at the bus stop in Dublin, youghalie, m8.
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Old 23-05-2018, 12:52 PM
Perry_Mace_On Perry_Mace_On is offline
 
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I wonder if "took his sweets" is a euphemism.

Now it's dark.
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