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Improve quality of nachos in Irish cinemas

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We the undersigned demand that Irish cinemas improve the quality of their nachos immediately. Over the years we have witnessed a reckless disregard for the quality of: -The nacho chips themselves -The horrible cheese -The salsa that now tastes like mud -The overall presentation and feel of the nacho eating experience has diminished Thankfully, the jalapenos are okay across the board. The latest culprit is Dundrum cinema. The nachos come in a wrapped pack that look, feel and taste like they were bought cheap in an auction at the Dublin docks. Yet, customers are still being charged an arm and a leg for them. The nachos at Dundrum are even worse than before. They taste like cardboard. There are no longer any jalapenos (source: Stephen behind the counter), and the salsa tastes like you know what. The nachos at Cineworld on Parnell Street suffered a similar horror a year or two ago, when, presumably to save on costs, the cheese and salsa (if you can call them that) started to be served in small tubs. On top of this, they throw on just a few jalapenos and then charge you 75c for extra. As far as we're aware, the Savoy and Screen D'Oiler Street don't sell nachos. UCI in Tallaght had the best nachos and now the cinema doesn't even exist anymore. The ones at Liffey Valley stink. The Irish Film Institute is too high-brow to sell nachos. Just coffee and pastries there, for the "intellectuals". Enough is enough. Nachos are an integral part of the movie going experience for many.  We want proper nachos. We demand proper nachos.

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    Microsoft OEM Software Ukraine
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    brian buckley Ireland
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    Carla Furlong Ireland
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    James Lyons Ireland
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    Robert Finlay Ireland
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    phyllis finlay Ireland
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    Simon Brennan United Kingdom
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    Stuart Gillespie Ireland
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