Verbal abbreviation of "What is up with you there"
Used to start off a sentence;typically a rebuttal or to inform.
Colloquial term for the Gardai
In a bad way.
Usually given as a worse alternative to someones bad news when their bad news isn't really of that importance.
Cans of alcoholic beverages.Typically cider or beer.
Another way of saying "It is the"
Usually said after saying something smart or intelligent. A longer version of the sentence is 'Up here for thinking, down there for dancing, out there for shaking and down here for making' Usually one would point to their head then feet for the shortened sentence. If lengthened one should then shake their hands and then point to their mid section while saying the last two things.
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