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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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Diarrhea.
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Like a connoisseur but easier to spell. May not have as refined a taste as a bona fide connoisseur.
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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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I will gladly pay you Tuesday if you will contribute to the cost of my next alcoholic beverage [usually all of the cost of it, and then they sit down next to you, happy days!]
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A group of legends from Limerick City who produced some fantastic videos such as 'I wouldn't ride you without a bag of glue' and the recent 'Horse Outside' which in this author's opinion is the greatest work of genius ever to be produced on the Emerald Isle. f*ck your Honda Civic I've a Horse Outside.
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To have a laugh
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Yes to a girl
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Used to express shock or phrase
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