A way of a sales assistant asking if you are being served

In Belfast, if you enter a fast food takeaway and ask for a fish supper, the server may well ask "what's ur cawn" in a broad Belfast accent.  To which you might reply "fanta".  Over the years it has become commonplace to use this phrase as a greeting. So, instead of "what about ye?", you may say "what's ur cawn?".
local version of English slang term "git" also popular in North East of England

A mess


e.g. "aw god you went arseways about that" 

Term used to describe a male.


"Bout ye big lawd" - "How are you sir?"

Saying hello to someone in Newry
how are you?


 e.g. "ha boy, whats the craic?"

how are you??
How are you doing
A popular greeting of those of whom cant be bothered to say "Whats the craic?"
a way of greeting some1
means hows it goin. . belfast
Everything is going well. Reply to "What's the craic".
go away