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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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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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Drunk
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Telling d truth
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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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Hungry for food
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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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Country side / somewhere not in a town/ city
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A statement indicating that one does not want to copulate with another individual.
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An enquiry as to whether one has any interesting news.
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Asdfad
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Used to describe someone that is Pig Ignornant and is a combination of both words.
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George Orwell described our Governments attitude to the people in his political satire 'Animal Farm' best when he wrote: "All Animals are equal, but some animals more equal than others." This is exactly what's going on today in modern Ireland i.e. the many are being made to pay to line the pockets of the few.
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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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A whiskey blend made and sold in Downses' Pub in Waterford City.
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To be mortally wounded by one's spouse/parent/friend for not doing something you were supposed to do