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A couple who are from two different counties
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To be very very happy
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Pregnant
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The Foundary was a factory in Waterford where everyone's grandfather used to work. It was located down by the kay river. They used to pronounce it in this way due to the peculiar gutteral r sound of the old Waterford accent.
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Hungry for food
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Asdfad
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You nasty person you.
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Country side / somewhere not in a town/ city
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Messed up/ wobbly/ crappy
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Combination of the words John and Edward, made popular during X-Factor UK when twins from Dublin named John and Edward became popular.
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Perhaps because of certain distinct physical differences between male and female, this term has been used to describe abilities that are more common in the male sex. Such abilities include; map reading, spatial awareness, computer programming, DIY, and mathematical ability.
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A whiskey blend made and sold in Downses' Pub in Waterford City.
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Drunk
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A complete load of bollox further impoverishing the Irish people because a bunch of eejits backed the banks over its people.
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An unearthly rock formation in the shape of an erect penis complete with testicles in the Mahon Valley in the Comeragh Mountain range, pronounced man valley, which is an unfortunate enough coincidence. Legend has it that if you spit on Dicky Rock you will receive the gift of the shag!
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Used to describe someone that is Pig Ignornant and is a combination of both words.
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An old expression used by my grandmother and mother when an actor / actress in a film was about to die.
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An enquiry into someone's well being. Akin to 'How are you Today?'
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Cya later