Living in LOIS with Irish roots

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Here's to women of the Irish shore; I love but one, I love not more. But since she's not here to drink her part, I'll drink her share with all my heart.

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.

May the ships at sea never be bottoms up.

He who comes with a story to you brings two away from you.

'Tis better to buy a small bouquet And give to your friend this very day, Than a bushel of roses white and red To lay on his coffin after he's dead.

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There's no worth to a story without an author.

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

May the curse of Mary Malone and her nine blind illegitimate children chase you so far over the hills of Damnation that the Lord himself can't find you with a telescope.

It's easy to halve the potato where there's love.

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