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An enquiry into someone's well being. Akin to 'How are you Today?'
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Tribal chant ululated by school going individuals while their fellow pupils dig the head off one another.
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Perhaps because of certain distinct physical differences between male and female, this term has been used to describe abilities that are more common in the male sex. Such abilities include; map reading, spatial awareness, computer programming, DIY, and mathematical ability.
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How we say Nougat in Waterford. The correct pronunciation is of course New-gah.
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A girl with a very sexy body but an unattractive face... This phrase is generally uttered by men who examine the posterior of a lady as they drive by, On the approach they say "Oooohhh" and if her face does not match the beauty of her posterior as they pass they will say "Naaaaaa", hence Una.
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Testicles. An abbreviation of Gonads.
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Piss off
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Getting angry
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Ride her ?
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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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A frantic but futile exercise.
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A thick whitish fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated from the male genital tract. Also known as Semen or Sperm. Unlike semen, spunk can also be used as a verb.
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Someone doing something that they shouldn't be doing e.g. a ref giving a bad decision at a game, a child playing with a box of matches, a garda pulling up someone for pissing in a dark alley etc.
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Would often be used in conversation to indicate a sharp drop in air temp.
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An acronym for the phrase "Come On You Boys in Green" (C.O.Y.B.I.G.) in reference to a phrase uttered at Republic of Ireland soccer matches in support of our players.
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Something that delights or amazes one.
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Not liking a lak
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A kitchen utensil used to chastise Irish children with pre 1990s. Not quite as bad what the catholic church did to children, but an extension of the acceptable level of abuse inflicted on children in those days.
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A slow walker.
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A bag of chips (thick cut potato fries) that contains and arbitrary number of chips more than a regular bag of chips. The amount of extra chips is at the discretion and generally based on the mood of the person serving as there is no standard measure for a large chip.