A typical Leitrim saying when someone on the other end picks up their telephone
Used to mean "complete" before insults and negative remarks about a person. Often extended to "the two ends and the middle of".
Very good (contrary to the dictionary definitions of "full of or involving woe" and "lamentably bad or serious"). Also used as an adverb before adjectives (but not as "woefully") to mean "very".
Ones Girlfriend
Spoken when meeting someone for the second time in a short period.
Phrase to describe a particularly bad bout of diarrhea.
University of Clare and Limerick Actually...
The security force that patrols UCLA clamping car's wherever they find them.