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Someone has erected a plaque for non-Guinness drinkers on Dublin's Grattan Bridge

Genius.

ONE OF THE msot deligthful things about Dublin is the way new little details reveal themselves to you every day. Faded shop signs, glorious architecture, mysterious plaques – that kind of thing.

Yesterday afternoon, Come Here To Me, a blog dedicated to documenting Dublin’s history, posted a photo of a newly erected plaque they spotted on a bench on Grattan Bridge.

As you can see, it has quite the dedication.

bench2 Source: Come Here To Me

A terrible secret indeed.

No word on who’s behind this particular plaque, but Come Here To Me notes that Dublin has a proud history of cheeky plaques. Who among us can forget the Father Noise plaque? 

SONY DSC Source: Flickr

 

 

Next time you’re with someone who doesn’t drink Guinness, you know where to take them.

(h/t Come Here To Me)

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