Wednesday August 12, 2020

Appetite For Distraction

Ever tried to rent in Dublin? You’ve not been to hell until you’ve viewed a bedsit that’s twice what you can afford, miles from where you want to live, and thought 'maybe'

22nd July, 2018
Rents up 3 per cent in Q2. Pic: RollingNews.ie

I need someone to stage an intervention. I need someone to sit me down and have a sharp word with me. I’m on the verge of mad ness. I’m this close to insanity. I’m very nearly about to move into a small kitchen with a bed and one sad chair in it, and hand over the GDP of a small country for the privilege.

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