Irish Slang Phrases
Coke head - from hoovering up

A fool, stupid person

Not feeling well - generally denotes to being sick.
A typical manly greeting in Ballinascreen. Typically used when on the phone, when two cars have pulled up beside each other across the road from Maxol or when two farmers are participating in the sheep sales.
Combination of the words John and Edward, made popular during X-Factor UK when twins from Dublin named John and Edward became popular.

Someone from the country
An invitation to dance at a ceili or disco
Noun: a blether: someone who talks too much. verb to blether e.g. "would you ever quit yer blether" meaning please shut up
I'm hungry
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