Okay, so, we know grass can grow on sand, and, indeed, high up on the banks, Brittas Bay is full of the stuff…
In recent weeks though, from certain angles, Greystones’ South Beach looks like a frickin’ field.
There are flowers aplenty as you walk along the promenade these days, and, for the first 15 or 20 feet out towards the sea, the green, green grass of fine looking football pitch.
Couple that with the Men’s playing peek-a-boo over the last year, as the shifting shoreline has the bugger burying its head one week, and then standing four-foot tall and ready for action the next, it all begs one simple question…
What the frick is going on down at the South Beach…?
We’re sure some egghead can explain away the greening of our valiant beach as being part of the Ammophila family of flowering plants, but, for simple, sexy folk like GG, it’s all a bit disorientating and confusitating.
These days, we don’t know whether to bring our jet ski or our ride-on mower to the beach.
Mind you, a quick game of lawn tennis followed by a dip in the sea sounds pretty darn super-duper…
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