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Limerick term for Tipperary. Based on the traditional Tipperary practice of bringing the hang sangwiches with them along with a flask of cabbage water or tae to the GAA matches for fear of having to actually pay for something. In reality this practice is shared by certain residents of all counties.
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What's the story
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Do you want to have sex with me?
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Who you seen now?
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To run away
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To dislike something immensely.
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Used to mean "complete" before insults and negative remarks about a person. Often extended to "the two ends and the middle of".
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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".
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Stupid person