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PICS: Someone Has Noticed That Dublin's Christmas Lights Have An Unusual Shape About Them This Year

By James Fenton

November 15, 2018 at 5:17pm


Ah, Christmas in Dublin. Hot drinks in a cosy pub. Checking out the window displays along Henry Street. A great big uterus floating in the sky. Wait, what?

The Christmas lights in the capital were switched on last week and ever since, locals and visitors alike have been enjoying the festive atmosphere in the city centre. However, one eagle-eyed passer-by has spotted that there's a pretty weird shape to some of Dublin's illuminations this year.

Twitter user @alannahtweets took to the platform earlier today to post an image of some overhead lights which appear to form the shape of a uterus. Not exactly a symbol that traditionally marks the beginning of yuletide but who are we to judge?

What do ya reckon? Just some more bog-standard Christmas lights or are Dublin City Council trying to send us a cryptic message this year? Let us know in the comments.

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