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A couple who are from two different counties
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Having a laff
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A torturing device used on men to get them to do something they normally wouldn't. A torturing device that connects to the nipples using crocodile clips causing severe and acute pain. Sophisticated manipulators can deliver an electric shock to the nipple adding to the persuasive effectiveness of the device.
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Used to address a person who's name you've forgotten, and at the end of every sentence
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Cya later
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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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When you get a price for something and it comes as somewhat of a shock to the system.
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'A thing of' is a very Irish way of describing an inanimate object, usually a container or packaging of sorts. Be it down to laziness, or actually not knowing the name of what the object is, this expression has many uses.
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To be very very happy
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Extremely drunk
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Country side / somewhere not in a town/ city
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Something that delights or amazes one.
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Sticking it to someone/thing
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Not liking a lak
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An extremely erect penis.
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A statement indicating that one does not want to copulate with another individual.
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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 person who is a tad partial to a bit of the oul penis.
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This is a very, very common thing amongst Irish people when describing a person, place or thing. Because sometimes we can't articulate how large or small an object is, or the skin tone of an individual or even the heat of a local curry dish - we use this a lot! We basically just say the word twice and the person who gets the info knows exactly what we mean by tone alone.