Living in HOSKINS with Irish roots

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May the cat eat you, and may the devil eat the cat: Consider this insult a double whammy. By saying, "Go n-ithe an cat thĂș is go n-ithe an diabhal an cat," the speaker wishes that a cat gobble up his enemy like a can of Fancy Feast, and that the Devil eat them both. It's a surefire sentence to Hell. Curses are far more detailed and nuanced in Irish culture, as compared to the traditional F-bombs dropped in the U.S. Here's another popular mouthful of an insult: "May you be afflicted with itching without the benefit of scratching." Burn.

Here's to you and yours And to mine and ours. And if mine and ours Ever come across to you and yours, I hope you and yours will do As much for mine and ours As mine and ours have done For you and yours!

May neighbours respect you, trouble neglect you, the angels protect you, and Heaven accept you.

"It is better to spend money like there's no tomorrow than to spend tonight like there's no money." -P.J. O'Rourke

Thirst is the end of drinking and sorrow is the end of drunkenness.

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Let your bargain suit your purpose.

May you live long, Die happy, And rate a mansion in heaven.

Ireland, sir, for good or evil, No other place under Heaven. And no man can touch its sod Or breathe its air without becoming Better or worse.

Work is the curse of the drinking class.

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