Girls wear Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister, American Eagle, Juicy Couture, Canterbury, Dubarry Shoes, Ugg boots, good high street shops(eg: River Island, Topshop) or High Fashion brands for the very rich.
Boys wear A&F, Hollister, American Eagle(specifically striped shirts, polo shirts and hoodies), Canterbury and general rugby attire, Dubarrys, good runners(Good Years etc) and good high street shops.
Popular social activities and places include: Wesley Disco(The Wezz), Bondi Beach Club, Starbucks(or other good coffee shops), Dundrum Town Centre, Grafton Street, Stephen's Green, Zumo.
Generally private schools
Fancy cars, yachts, dinghys
Girls play hockey
Boys play rugby
D4 Girl "Ohmigod! You see the Ireland v Wales match?? Loike ohmigod! AMAZING!"
Person who knows about rugby "We played crap."
Dan "Becks was a bit nervous about going back to the Northside after her little robber incident but I basically told her that Howth is just like Dalkey but without all the loike celebrities y'know?"
All following descriptions are stereotypical perceptions:
Stereotypically from a wealthy Dublin suburb
Generally goes to a private school.
Speaks in a twangy accent which vears from posh Irish to mid Atlantic to mild English to American.
Girls typically wear O'Neills navy tracksuit bottoms with Dubarry boat shoes - dubes. Boys wear a lot of Abercrombie and Fitch, Leinster rugby jerseys.
Typified by the weekly Ross O'Carroll-Kelly column in The Sunday Tribune.
Has penchant for words 'omigod', 'like', 'ledge', 'fock', 'spa', 'totally', 'dude', 'roysh'
Frequents Wesley disco, Bondi, Club 92
"Isn't that like totally on the southside?"
"not the real southside you focking spa."
Amal is the man that keeps watch on the Southside of Celandine!