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I'm in shock this is a strabane saying (still dont know who alex diver is )
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pronounced "ssh-tour" dirt, mould, muck. e.g. "Jeez, the schtoor in here would near make ye boke"

 

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schtoor/dirt e.g. "I looked in that fridge and the mowld and the schtoor would make ye boke"

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A certain task would annoy you immensely
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"okie dokie see you later then"  okie dokie is a positive, meaning alls well

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When you try to show off and it backfires this is used by your comrades as a form of 'in your face' retort

Specific English translation is 'Tough luck old chap'

See also 'Up your Dick' &'That'll tighten ye'

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Movies, Cinema - e.g. "Want to come to the pictures?"
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great, excellent, trustworthy e.g. "you'll have no problems with yer man....he's a hunnerd percent so he is"
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Argue