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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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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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A soft drink. Usually given out free with a sausage special in the local take away.
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An iphone said in a Waterford accent
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Drunk
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Having a laff
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The famous cider brewed in Clonmel, Co. Tipperary known as Bulmers in Ireland (Magners abroad).
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A less formal way of saying St. Patrick's day. Usually Paddy's day is associated with a nationwide binge drinking session. Now going global.
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Usually in mountain gorillas, when groups come across each other in the forest, the male-male interactions are quite aggressive, involving chest-beating displays and sometimes even physical violence. Similarly, in Ireland, as a particular species of males, generally known as skangers, pass each other they display similar aggressive actions. These actions are known as throwing shapes and can involve head movements, fist movements and strange methods of walking.
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Country side / somewhere not in a town/ city
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An expression of shock or incredulous.
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Nice girl