Things you’ll only understand if you’re Irish

1. If someone asks you for a ‘yoke’ they are probably not talking about the ‘yolk’ of an egg.

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 2. At some stage in your life you will experience a sight like this when you are trying to get somewhere in a rush…

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 3. “Sure ya know yourself” is usually a reply to a question that you never intend to answer…

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4. Why is there a potato farl in my fry? It’s a full Irish, not English!

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5. By putting the dinner in ‘the ding’ you mean the microwave

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6. By going ‘out out’ you are going drinking in a nightclub, by ‘out’ you mean a pub and you can’t say you are going ‘out’ if you are not doing either of these activities.

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7. By getting a ‘shift’ you don’t mean getting extra hours at work, you mean snogging someone.

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8. You probably won’t have many phone calls without saying bye a lot of times

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9. Everyone gets offered tea upon entry in a household, if you don’t you are shocked!

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10. Going to the bar for “one drink” really means having an all weekend bender

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11. The dissapointment felt when opening these tins

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12. The bar is now closed and everyone goes home.

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13. When you say “no offence” you are about to say something that will offend

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15. A meal without potatoes? What??

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16.We should never have to explain a Father Ted quote. Ever.

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17. This welcome

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18. You are used to headlines like this

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19. It is polite to say no to food or money straight away…especially when you want to say yes!

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20. “JESUS, MARY AND JOSEPH!”

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