Living in JODY with Irish roots

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

Read more: What Irish phrases you need to learn before you visit Ireland

The reason the Irish are always fighting each other Is they have no other worthy opponents.

Soft words butter no parsnips but they won't harden the heart of a cabbage either.

O Ireland isn't it grand you look -- Like a bride in her rich adornin? And with all the pent-up love of my heart I bid you the top o' the mornin!

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Holy Mother take the harm of the years away from you.

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."

St. Patrick was a gentleman Who through strategy and stealth Drove all the snakes from Ireland. Here's toasting to his health. But not too many toastings Lest you lose yourself and then Forget the good St. Patrick And see all those snakes again.

Walk straight, my son -- as the old crab said to the young crab.

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