That amazes me. Mostly you can judge the happiness or up-tightedness of a city by the pint price but was recently there and most seem happy. unlike Dublin.
No, I was never in an "Irish bar" in that sense, and what I call a pint was in fact a half litre, but 5 euro during happy hour fair enough (5-8 maybe). Generally the French drink demi-pressions but the half litre is available but expensive outside of happy hour.Thats because they don't drink pints, they drink bottles of beer and glasses of wine.
Were you in an Irish Bar per chance?
He should have a few with Varadker and Shatter.He likes a couple himself in certain well-known Limerick establishments.
I love Paris but do most imbibing in places other than bars, and not in the public parks either. A very wonderful city.That amazes me. Mostly you can judge the happiness or up-tightedness of a city by the pint price but was recently there and most seem happy. unlike Dublin.
Barcelona and Bangkok are better examples of positive re-inforcement through price
Give the man a break. I'm sure he could do without their company.He should have a few with Varadker and Shatter.
Shatter could explain the crime-wave of ciggie smuggling caused exclusively by the farcical price of smokes and Varadker can explain how the high price of alcohol affects tourism.
Why do you say that?
I drink with my friends at home,plenty of chat and discussion.
Frikken pub close by is inhabited by blowhards and pot-bellied taximen who seem to know the answer for everything.
Can do without that kind of 'hello' and 'banter' myself, if you pardon me for saying so.