The Taste of Childhood Neglect in an Irish Pub
Size: A3 (297mm x 420mm) & A4 (210mm x 297mm. All prints are digitally printed to 179gsm matte paper. The frame is shown for illustration purposes only.
In the 1980’s and 1990’s the pub meant two things to me as a child. Your parents would become funnier after each “grown up” drink and as a reward for this, they would buy you Irish tapas! Fanta and crisps were my poison of choice 😜😂
Of course these days were few and far between, but when we visited a pub my folks would always say, “we will only be staying for an hour”. After the initial resistance by my siblings and I, we soon learned this was an opportunity to quite literally be savoured. As my parents were engrossed in conversation with family and friends, our good behaviour was rewarded with sweet drinks and potato based snacks. Of course there was always one child who would ruin it for the rest of us as they couldn’t handle their sugar – light weights I thought!
Today, the traditional Irish family pub experience has drastically altered. Children are served a banquet of food, treats along with a little screen time and the designated grown up driver is always on the soft-drinks!
A3 (297mm x 420mm), A4 (210mm x 297mm)
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