Don’t you know mop it up, you’ve got to mop it up!

Don’t you know mop it up, you’ve got to mop it up!

After the madness of the week that was Ed Sheeran and The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Jack was looking forward to a nice quiet week. Yeah right! We don’t do quiet weeks here at Copper Face Jacks thanks to you, our loyal sesh moths. The reoccurring theme for Jack this week seemed to be Gold Cards. I wonder why that was? Oh yeah, Ed Sheeran may have to answer for that one. If Ed gets a Gold Card, then naturally enough everyone wants one. So after about, roughly seventeen thousand Gold Card requests this week, Jack narrowed them down and brought only two cases forward to the Gold Card Embassy for review. One, was an old fashioned good will story, between two friends. Jack can’t really expose details on this one, as it’s quite personal. Result: Gold Card Granted. The other case? Well, while scrolling through his emails, Jack came across this… Now, Jack thought about granting David’s wish to have his Gold Card reinstated, but that would have been too easy. Our boy Dave caused a bit of a stir online when a video of himself pranking his mate went viral. In the video, David pretended to be ringing from Coppers (cheeky), informing his mate that he had been messing around with a mop whilst in Coppers the night before.  The poor fella was morto. Jack has a wee proposition for you, David. As you can imagine, we see thousands of revellers through our doors every single night, so naturally enough there’s going to be a spill or two on the dancefloor. When it does our floorstaff are...
The Minister for Foreign Affairs, a Cornetto, and Ed Sheeran!

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, a Cornetto, and Ed Sheeran!

On Friday, news filtered around that Copper Face Jacks would be having a new set of eyes and ears, and you all got quite the scare. Hell, it was even on TV3. Jack The Lad, a resident of the famous nightclub in Harcourt Street, had everyone talking about him before he even opened his mouth. JTL doesn’t miss a beat. Jack, however, isn’t a bad lad. He will never name and shame on an individual basis, but will keep you informed of some of the goings on in Coppers over the past week. What a week to begin with. The past seven days will go down in Coppers history. On Tuesday, Jack was polishing up his best shoes and ironing out the creases on his not so neatly folded shirt. Jack had a big day ahead. Someone special was on the way. Our Premium Level was squeaky clean, in anticipation of this arrival.  So, who’s in the house? The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Charlie Flanagan, was in the house! Mr. Flanagan was guest speaking at a corporate event for the Laois Association Dublin. I bet some of you didn’t know that we could be so formal, but hey, we’re not just a Copper Face you know. Whilst pretending to have the faintest clue about politics, Jack enjoyed mingling with the guests and trading stories of rural Ireland. The country boy inside was beginning to show. Jack struck up quite a friendship with one of elder members of the group who insisted on squeezing a ‘few pound’ into his hand with the instructions to buy himself an ice-cream. Reluctantly agreeing...