Glenties, co. Donegal
Hi Bill.Nice advertising sign.Greetings from Patricia.
Weird opening hours! If I was mean... (I am not, I shut up).And it looks like a bug, too. They want to keep women out, right?You still keep your weather, huh. Grey, grey, cold. Enjoy yours, Bill ;-)
A clear sign.God bless.
Indeed a bit strange.
Very colorful and creative sign.
Very colourful, but strange closing time, 6,01, lol.
I got chuckle a from the 6:01 PM closing time. Reminds me of my days when I drove public transit.
I would expect a fancy do at a Tir Chonaill!
Very preety and colorful sign Bill.Have a lovely afternoon!Dimi...
Does it get more Irish than Paddy Quinn?
...Paddy Quinn has strange hours, 6:01PM! Thanks Bill for sharing this fun sing!
Colorful sign--- but 6:01?MB
Good sign and would say it's been around a fair while.
eye catching and colorful
I like the stripes in the sign but shouldn't they be red and white?
Fine sign, but I have not visited my barber since last January. In the 1960s we found out that hair does not matter long or short.
The barber’s name sounds very Irish. He’s got some sense of humour with his closing time 😁
Muy bonito, feliz tarde. Saludos
As other comments have said...interesting and strange times...6:01 pm to close. I can imagine the barbers have other plans at 6:02. I think the art is nice, but does get to look like a bug from a distance! I bet they didn't even notice that when they designed it...or maybe they did!
Seems like Saturday is the only whole day they are open. And why 6.01? They might want to possibly get another customer or two those two days.
Todo bien detallado, para que no haya ninguna duda.Buena captura.
The barber shops just opened here about 2 weeks ago but there are still a lot of guys wandering around looking very 1970s!
I have not made use of such facilities in years. :)
look like short hours opening....
I like this sign ...All the best Jan
The closing hour made me smile!
Classic! And Paddy Quinn couldn't sound much more Irish.
That guy doesn't work very much!
Open only in the evenings during the week. Hmm..
I have to ask what tir chonaill means as google translate gave me some very strange meanings lol
Tyrconnell, also spelled Tirconnell, was a kingdom of Gaelic Ireland, associated geographically with present-day County Donegal in Ulster, which has sometimes been called County Tyrconnell.
Well Paddy has some nice working hours there Bill, not overdoing things 😊