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How we say Nougat in Waterford. The correct pronunciation is of course New-gah.
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Describing a group of people who are seen regulary at a regular event or place
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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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A forceful knee on the outer thigh (abductor/outer quadricep), causing severe pain and temporary paralysis (dead leg syndrome).
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A kitchen utensil used to chastise Irish children with pre 1990s. Not quite as bad what the catholic church did to children, but an extension of the acceptable level of abuse inflicted on children in those days.
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A frantic but futile exercise.
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To imply someone is well endowed.
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Said in response to someone saying thanks. Comes from a Joke where David Hasslehoff asks a Clerk to change his name to the Hoff... when the Clerk said Sure, No Hassle. Now instead of saying "No Hassle" people just say Hoff.
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Chugger is a combination of the words charity and mugger. A charity mugger is a generally a student or young adult (paid) volunteer who aggressively asks you to fill in a questionnaire for their particular cause be it Concern, Greenpeace, Baby Seal Clubbers. Generally chuggers don't take no for an answer so it is better to never make eye contact with them and tell them to feck off if they even open their mouths. In the movie Airplane you can see an example of how to deal with chuggers effectively.
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To be very very happy
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Testicles. An abbreviation of Gonads.
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An enquiry into someone's well being. Akin to 'How are you Today?'
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A rude term describing the nether regions of the female of the homo sapiens sapiens species.
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The time it takes to take a piss
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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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What Waterford people do on Twitter
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A whiskey blend made and sold in Downses' Pub in Waterford City.
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Not liking a lak