Irish Slang Phrases
When something good happens
Usually said after saying something smart or intelligent. A longer version of the sentence is 'Up here for thinking, down there for dancing, out there for shaking and down here for making' Usually one would point to their head then feet for the shortened sentence. If lengthened one should then shake their hands and then point to their mid section while saying the last two things.
A night out
To describe ones enjoyment of a particular piece of music
Used to describe or insult someone
Flushed with embarrassment.
An insignificant but jumped-up fellow or girl

a married couple

"hes quingled now!"
A cow
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