I may not be Irish

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Sláinte!: In an Irish pub, patrons toast each other sláinte (pronounced "slaan-sha") as they clink glasses of Guinness. Derived from the Old Irish adjective slán (which means "safe"), sláinte literally translates as "health" and is used as a stand-in for the more time-consuming "I drink to your health!"

Story horse? Move aside, Wishbone. "What's the story, horse?" — abbreviated as "story horse?" — is how you ask a buddy what's up. It's a less breezy greeting than its American counterpart, and invites the other person to really dive into what's been going on in life.

Here's to a fellow who smiles When life runs along like a song. And here's to the lad who can smile When everything goes dead wrong.

He who gets a name for early rising can stay in bed until midday.

Who keeps his tongue keeps his friends.

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Here's to a long life and a merry one. A quick death and an easy one. A pretty girl and an honest one. A cold beer -- and another one!

Here's to all of the women who have used me and abused me... And may they continue to do so!

Marry a mountain girl and you marry the whole mountain.

May you be poor in misfortune, Rich in blessings, Slow to make enemies, And quick to make friends. But rich or poor, quick or slow, May you know nothing but happiness From this day forward.

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