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#irish slang

Irish people, it is time to stop using the word 'jizz' to mean 'get up and go'

Gerry Adams announced today in the Dáil that he would miss Enda Kenny’s ‘jizz’. He did.

Tyra Banks unintentionally said 'gowl' on TV and it's gold

What a time to be alive.

A definitive ranking of Irish slang words for penis

From worst to best.

Which Old Irish Slang Word Should You Use Every Day?

Get in here now and take this important quiz.

5 alternative names for your bottle of Buckfast

Lurgan Champagne.

10 Irish slang words that need to be added to the dictionary right now

This is *our* language – the world needs to know about it.

There was some gobshite on Countdown yesterday

Use it in a sentence.

9 of the mildest (but most cutting) Irish insults

Please. Be gentle.

10 exceptionally questionable bits of 'Irish slang' found online

This is how we talk, apparently.

14 words and phrases that have a totally different meaning in Dublin

Excuse me, what does that mean? “Ask me bollix.”

Aaron Paul tackles essential Irish slang... and fails miserably

Three words: Not a notion.

Hapless American tourists attempt to act out typical Irish conversations

“Can’t believe Edna Kennedy is still Toysick.”

12 words and phrases that have a totally different meaning in Cork

“You’re the bop off her!”

Watch 12 hapless tourists struggling to translate Irish slang

“If I had a garden full of Mickeys?”

An American guesses what Irish slang words mean

Holliers, ride, gee-eyed… so confused.

8 very interesting origins of Irish slang words

Those words. The good ones. Where do they come from?

From TheJournal.ie Jason Byrne was NOT referring to Travellers when he said 'knackers' on the Late Late Irish Slang

Jason Byrne was NOT referring to Travellers when he said 'knackers' on the Late Late

The BAI agreed with RTÉ that the word has a broader meaning.

8 things you're definitely sick of hearing by now

Deck the halls with – SHUT UP.

“Ara look at the poor craythur” – a dictionary of odd Irish words

Woejus, cat, quare… they’re all here.