Another word for a jacket
A general gom and a fiend
Old expression, Irish for 'the heed of the dog'.
Used in place of 'in' or 'for'. Mainly heard from older people.
From the Irish 'Straois', a grin. Means giggling or laughing
In a state where urination is urgently required (About 10 pints in).
Rough and ready/heedless/dozy
I will gladly pay you Tuesday if you will contribute to the cost of my next alcoholic beverage [usually all of the cost of it, and then they sit down next to you, happy days!]
Some1 who breaks up scruffs