Mobile Home Holidays And Bray's Brilliance: The Top 10 Articles On Lovin Dublin This Week
Ease that Sunday fear, and take a read through our most clickable content from the past seven days
It was a busy week for us in Lovin Dublin, as the clouds finally started to feck off and for the first time this year we've felt like summer was an attainable goal. This is the time of year when the city starts to seriously kick into life... and we're poised with our finger on the button to capture the spirit of the city and stick it on your screens.
Missed anything along the way? Now's your chance to catch up before you kick into the week...
We never thought we'd see the day when a rain-soaked mobile home window would propel an article to the top of the charts here at Lovin Dublin, but there you go.
From crazy golf in Pirate's Cove to first kisses at the Orphan Girl disco, this is nostalgia gold for those of us who used to holiday in the Sunny Southeast.
My my, weren't we just obsessed with the counties to our south this week?
The people of Bray rallied around this piece and sent it up to the second position – though they'll be raging they didn't take the top spot from Wexford.
Because who wouldn't click on this? Seriously?
The Leaving Cert is upon us – well, not us, but our teenage population – so we thought it was time to crack out this old classic. We followed it up with another quiz later in the week, both of which should help you to relive those glory days of your education. Yay!
- TAKE THE QUIZ: Pass The Irish Leaving Cert Exam In One Minute
- SEE ALSO: QUIZ: Can You Blitz These 12 Leaving Cert Subjects In Just 90 Seconds?
An oldie but a goldie. The love-hate relationship with the term 'hipster' continues apace...
Bray, Wexford and now the coastline... ah, the summer mentality is certainly setting in!
I just can't put my finger on what it is...
Much like the hurling team in the first All Ireland Final in 2013, Cork just refuses to die – this article is three weeks old now, but once again retains its place in our top 10.
What was that we were saying about getting into the summer mood?
Oh Dublin. Please don't ever change.