Keep calm and irish dance

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What's the craic?: Greetings like "Any craic?" and "How's the craic?" give rise to potential awkward misunderstandings for tourists, because craic is pronounced like "crack." The most straightforward definition is fun or enjoyment, and it can substitute for "How are you?" A typical response is "divil a bit," which means "not much."

Neither give cherries to pigs nor advice to a fool.

It is better to spend money like there's no tomorrow than to spend tonight like there's no money!

You son is your son today, but your daughter is your daughter forever: A man is only a son until he takes a wife. But as a daughter gets older, she will stay near the family, draining it of money and time for years to come. In Irish Gaelic, it's Is é do mhac do mhac inniú, ach is í d’iníon d’iníon go deo.

Do not resent growing old. Many are denied the privilege.

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May the hinges of our friendship never grow rusty!

The problem with some people is that when they aren't drunk they're sober.

There are good ships, and there are wood ships, The ships that sail the sea. But the best ships, are friendships, And may they always be.

S---- in a bucket: Behold the raunchiest Irish slang used in sports: the English curse word "s---" with an "e" tacked on the end. It's pretty self-explanatory. When the Republic of Ireland's footballer James McCarthy recently tackled the ball into his own net, giving Serbia its first goal of the game, spectators at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin were certainly mumbling this under their breath.

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