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#irish phrases

14 phrases you'd never hear an Irish person say

Ah begorra begosh.

16 tweets that will make no sense to anyone outside Ireland

“Where do ye snake the naggin?”.

From A fascinating – and often hilarious – translation of Irish words and phrases Column

A fascinating – and often hilarious – translation of Irish words and phrases

‘Irish Illusions – A Working Glossary’ was written by David E. Tatham of the British Embassy in Dublin during the early 1980s.

10 of the most patronising Irish phrases

Please, no more.

Letterman's top 10 Irish expressions for sex are outrageous

OK, OK, you’ve had your laughs.

11 questions that only mean something in Ireland

“Are ye well? Cos ye’re lookin well.”

12 distinctly Irish ways to describe your hangover

A lexicon of Irish words for the terrible, near-fatal consequences of going on the lash.

8 things you're definitely sick of hearing by now

Deck the halls with – SHUT UP.

8 sentences that you will overhear on an Irish sunny evening

They say it’s meant to last the weekend.