Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Di, Jun 3, 2005.
hi all, couldn't stay awa. say ello
hi mumsie.. hi vicki...
howz belfast? is it irish?
hello from vicki this keypad thing is horrid and we;r etinnngrained on in this little fone box thing! and we can;t both fi in! sum1s got a big bum!
did vicki manage to get to sleep when she went to bed at 8 o'clock last night?? :tongue:
ello Dine an Vicki!!
yes i did! and i woke up this morning at 4! woooooooooooooo! go me! heheehhehehe
vicki, what have i told you... you're not to keep sticking you're bum out, no matter how fun it might seem!
and hope you've got an umbrella if you're gettin rained on
no we havn;t thats where dave becomes useul vus he hd onethis morning when we were getting rained on!! hehehehe
have you seen any leprechauns??? or any 4 leafed clovers?? or or or or.. what else is irish?
oooh ooh have you seen paddy and murphy from the paddy and murphy jokes?
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why hello there! whats the crack?
moneys runnin out gonnna get cut off!! ar tar sauce me loves!
Hello from rainy York
we hava concert incarrick fergus castle tomorrowat 1
gonnna be col! haunted? hmmmmmmmmmmmm
really gotta go now
Dinie and Vicki if you get a chance visit The Crown public house on Great Victoria Street opposite the Europa hotel (the most bombed hotel in Europe (twice actually)) where the IRA used to hold there meetings upstairs. As this is no longer the case, you are quite safe visiting and drinking in it (unless of course you are underage), and the Guinness is almost as good as in Dublin. Stout being good for Mumsies of a certain age.
please, please. If you're going to mangle Irish expressions, at least do it right.
"How's the craic?" = "Is there anything of interest going on?"
"How's the crack" = something else entirely!
These Sasnaigh just can't get it right!
Sasnaigh = People from England
Sassenach / Sassanach / Sasunnoch (Scots Gaelic)
Etymologically it derives from the Pictish word for Saxon.
hello mumsie and vicki
Mumsie: my book came today btw...
hope you have a good time... see ya soon
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