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Not liking a lak
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Getting angry
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Some beaut
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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.
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Moobs are fatty deposits on a male's chest, which mimic female mammary glands. Moobs is derived from a shortened (combined) version of the term 'man boobs'. Commonly thought to be the result of the eating habits of fat hungry cnuts; however, some modern practictioners suggest that moobs have become commonplace due to the high exposure of the population to estrogen in modern living due to foods, pesticides and plastics. Moobs are generally considered unattractive, however, there are some members of society who are turned on by these hairy fun bags.
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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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Would often be used in conversation to indicate a sharp drop in air temp.
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To be very very happy
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An extremely erect penis.
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Good enough to eat
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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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A question asked if someone feels you are unhappy, troubled or angry due to something another person has said or done.
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A homeless guy in Waterford who's only mission is to say How Do to as many people as possible.
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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 politically correct way to describe someone with a pair of coconuts for balls.
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Drunk
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Smell off of someone