Living in ROE with Irish roots

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That one suffers from a double-dose of original sin: The Bible proposes that when Adam ate the forbidden fruit, he cast a state of sin on all of mankind. Today, if a child is particularly mischievous, he's said to have been twice-cursed by Adam's slip-up. The phrase became popular in the 1880s, when proponents of British rule over Ireland attributed the Irishmen's depravity of character (and the famine, some argued) to their second helping of original sin.

The older the fiddle the sweeter the tune.

It is not a secret if it is known to three people.

Here's to our wives and girlfriends: May they never meet!

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.

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May the road rise up before you, and the wind be always at your back, and the good Lord hold you in the hollow of his hands.

May the Lord keep you in his hand and never close his fist too tight on you, and may the face of every good news and the back of every bad news be toward us in the New Year.

A lock is better than suspicion.

Here's to me, and here's to you. And here's to love and laughter. I'll be true as long as you. And not one moment after.

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