O’Neil – I’m Irish

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May your laugh, your love and your wine be plenty, thus your happiness will be nothing less.

State o'you: A popular exclamation used in inner Dublin, "Look at the state o'you!" implies that a person's attire, personal hygiene, intoxication level, or general demeanor is worrisome. One might describe his drinking companion as being in a "bleedin' state" if he "gets pissed" or "wrecked" on lager at the pub.

There is no language like the Irish for soothing and quieting.

May all your troubles be little ones and all your little ones be trouble free.

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

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What fills the eye fills the heart.

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.

When the liquor was gone the fun was gone.

Here's to a sweetheart, a bottle, and a friend. The first beautiful, the second full, the last ever faithful.

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