Loosely translates as ham sandwiches, but cheese and about a half pound of butter are needed to make one properly (And a pack of taytos for the conossers).
Used to express shock or phrase
Used to greet or praise. commonly used in limerick
A drunk person
Direct translation of the Irish 'céard atá ort?' meaning 'what's wrong with you?'
Means something is sh*te,ugly, can be used in many ways
From Irish 'pleidhce', a fool.
If someone has 'failed a sight', their health or appearance has declined.
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