Trust Me Im a BONE Original Irish Legend

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A trade not properly learned is an enemy.

A man may live after losing his life but not after losing his honour.

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.

It is better to be a coward for a minute than dead the rest of your life.

From the County of Meath, the health of the hag. Not of her but her drink is the reason we brag.

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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.

May the Devil cut the toes off our foes, that we may know them by their limping.

May brooks and trees and singing hills Join in the chorus, too. And every gentle wind that blows Send happiness to you.

May the roof above us never fall in. And may the friends gathered below it never fall out.

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