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    "Hoors" and "yokes"...

    .....

    2 new words to me.... I'm taking them "onboard"...

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    hope this helps...
    i snapped one at the weekend.

    i call it a Jolly Green Brian

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    Ah yes.. I'm referrinng to the Book of Dubh wot you sent me...

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    As in "look at that yoke"

    has anybody called you a guryer(??) yet?

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    Hiberno English

    also as in...
    at the weekend we had a moxy load of cute hoors riding some quare yokes.

    oh - and Rob would know what a gurrier / guryer / gourier / is...
    but it's fair enough Mr K that you wouldn't be expected to have "A bulls notion".

    glad that we've cleared that up.
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    Don't forget about the "locha" change in your pocket



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr K View Post
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    What do you need help with

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    A whin o' money?
    Climate is what you hope for, weather is what you get!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandylicious View Post
    What do you need help with
    a gurrier / guryer / gourier

    and

    "locha"

    Will do for now....

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    gurrier - a young dublin rapscallion

    locha - more like a lock o' (money) or as uncle shay might say a lock o' hay - a bit or part, some etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hairnet600 View Post
    gurrier - a young dublin rapscallion

    locha - more like a lock o' (money) or as uncle shay might say a lock o' hay - a bit or part, some etc
    Much obliged sor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hairnet600 View Post
    gurrier - a young dublin rapscallion

    locha - more like a lock o' (money) or as uncle shay might say a lock o' hay - a bit or part, some etc

    We say locha



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    your accent is highly individual

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    wot about "Hallion" judging by the "atein an drinkin" done there were a few!

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    whilst at work today did a language filter get put in

    always remember that you are absolutely unique, just like everyone else.

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