Best place to move to when single

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Non-financial Questions' started by ATC110, 7 Jun 2018.

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  1. odyssey06

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    Hey! Keeping it real on the Northside here.
     
  2. Black Sheep

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    The sunny south east is your man. Away from the city rat race. Good transport links to city and direct to Airport. Drama, sport, great communities in towns and villages. Best weather in the country.
    What's not to like?
     
  3. PaddyBloggit

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    With all the suggestions being given to the OP, I would suggest that he/she invests in a camper van!
     
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  4. Firefly

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    Kilkenny city is beautiful and has a really good arts scene. Also plenty to do and near a lot of things too.
     
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  5. noproblem

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    I'm genuinely surprised that more of our younger generation of workers don't do this.
     
  6. ATC110

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    Forties
     
  7. DeeKie

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    Another vote for Kilkenny.
     
  8. mtk

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    Dublin then but I see you have already ruled it out( understandably for cost reasons) ..
     
  9. Purple

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    Yea, and as long as the Dubs keep giving you the hand-outs sure you'll be grand ;)

    Westport is nice but a place known only for black pudding...? :D
     
  10. Purple

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    You just don't know your false; you're the worst kind.
     
  11. noproblem

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    Not "your" smart axx.
     
  12. RETIRED2017

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    Last edited: 27 Jun 2018
    The will be getting there water from the Shannon you should give them the Water free but you should charge them full transport cost and peak time surcharge until they figure out how to fix a leak ,;)
     
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  13. Purple

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    You're right. You've spotted a grammatical error. I'm devastated.
     
  14. Purple

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    We should all be paying for our water but the loony left and populists put a stop to that. Now just people on group water schemes and those with their own well pay for it.
     
  15. Leo

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    An while the people of Dublin and surrounds shouldn't be entitled to any of the precious Shannon water, they should of course continue to fund flood defences along that same river.
     
  16. Purple

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    Absolutely, especially on the west side of the river as I keep hearing from politicians that "Der's nooo money left of de Shannon!"
     
  17. IdesofMarch

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    Very cosy, Leo and Purple.
     
  18. RETIRED2017

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    Why not fix the leaks if it is so Precious then ,
     
  19. RETIRED2017

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    Looks like you Back Paul Murphy one day and Phil Hogan the next day ,FF are looking for people like you,
     
  20. Leo

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    Are you saying those who think Shannon water shouldn't be diverted to supply the Dublin region just saying that because they don't like the level of leaks in the Dublin area? Are you suggesting leaks in our water infrastructure are limited to Dublin?
     
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