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A typically Northern Irish expression also spoken as "face as long as a Lurgan spade" meaning to look miserable or long faced. One theory about the origin of this expression is that a “Lurgan spade” was an under-paid workman digging what is now the Lurgan Park lake. Another theory is that it is a translation from the Irish language lorga spád meaning the shaft/shin of a spade. Upon observation you would say...
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Yellow the colour
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Used to reason, "lets be reasonable here". Said when someone is being unreasonable
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Describes a person that gets very aggresive when they take a few drinks
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Bad, terrible.
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Plentiful resources.
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Stands for Typical Tyrone Mouth. Describes the stereotypical Tyrone student types encountered living in the Holylands area of Belfast.
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You there!
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That man/woman.
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