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Hole, Get your
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Posted by: Psyco SydRating:3.0  
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To have sex. "I got my hole last night"
What? That is absolutely disgusting and I hope nobody uses it. Comment by: Abby   
i know a lot of folk in Scotland use that word all the time Comment by: Paul    Rated:4/5
A lot of people in scotland would say that or in some phrases would be " i pure got my hole last night man " Comment by: Sean Connery    Rated:5/5
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holliers
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vacation, holidays
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Howya
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Greeting. Combo of "How are you".
It's also a term that lables someone else as "common" or "scum" maybe "scanger" is the best word. Someone like that is said to be a "Howya"... Comment by: Humble Dub   
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Huxter
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Street vendor
we don't actually say this -___^ Comment by: Meh-heh   
Again never heard of this, where do you people get yer info?! Comment by: Lemons   
Huckster is old english Comment by: mec   
Yup, this Irish. Huxtering is like hustling, or trying to beat someone down on price Comment by: west cork lad   
just because you haven't heard it if your from Ireland doesnt mean its not Irish slang it just may mean your not in an area of Ireland where its used. just like hear in the US the is slang used in the south you would never hear up north. Comment by: james t   
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Ijit
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An idiot
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Jackeen
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Somebody from Dublin, referring to a period when Dubliners were more socially connected to the British than the rest of Ireland, hence became known as Union Jack-eens
Well, this is now completely out-dated, you know. Comment by: alexander albertoni   
actually, we use it quite a lot Comment by: maddog   
The term orginated at the turn of the twentieth century when Queen Victoria visited Dublin, and the people lined the streets waving Union Jack flags. Henceforth, Dublin people were known as Jackeens [as told to me by a Dubliner] Comment by: langer   
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Jap's Eye
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Male urethral opening
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Kip
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substandard dwelling
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Langer
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penis, idiot, "prick"
"George Bush and his boys. Ah, did make your blood boil. Will they give the Iraqi people back their soil? Ah, and all of us know, All he wants is their oil. Oh Lord, he’s a ferocious langer!" [from the Song The Langer Song by Tim O'Riordan]
hahaha "mostly used by Dubliners"??? You dont have a clue! That word Derives from Cork, and f*ck all people use it in Dublin. It is used mostly in Cork city. It means " Idiot" and "Penis" Comment by: Marin!!   
"In Cork you'd be known as a langer" To quote the popluar Langer song! :D To be langers also means drunk, not langered! Comment by: Lemons   
HA!! Cork people are hilarious. Everything come from cork. Everyone knows what langer means ya langer. Stop being insecure bout your shit county and dont worry so much bout where stupid slang terms come from Comment by: whatever    Rated:5/5
Your right!! Almost everything does come from Cork but thats beside the point. He was just making a point that Langer is predominantly used in Cork city, Unlike what the title says. The only sense of insecurity i felt was on your part. You big fat LANGER!!! Comment by: The Monk    Rated:5/5
"shut up ya langer" means, shut up you idiot! "She sucked my langer" means, she gave me oral sex! Comment by: Mick MsGillacutty    Rated:5/5
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Langers
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"pissed", drunk
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Malarky
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nonsense, "tomfoolery"
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Manky
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dirty, filthy
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Meet/Shift
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To French kiss/snogg
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Mi Daza
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(Cork) great, wonderful
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Mot
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Girlfriend
in british english mot means vaginal area Comment by: mec   
The Ministry of Transport must just love that! ;-) Comment by: dbeierl   
aye but sir,this is the irish slang site,not english. Comment by: irishgal   
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Nut Custard
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Semen, "wank", "cum"
this is so disguisting. i think for anyone to use the word nut custard needs some growing up to do. semen is a much less horrid word, you know. Comment by: Luna Halkett   
Oh, get a sense of humor. This is slang.....slang is often inappropriate and/or derogatory. The kind of person who prefers the word "semen" probably doesn't use very many of these pgrases to begin with. Lighten up. Comment by: J   
Whoever's semen resembles nut custard has problems Comment by: chj    Rated:2/5
IMMENSE RESPECT FOR WHOEVER WROTE THIS, YOU LEGEND. iontach maith á buachailli!!!! Comment by: caoimhe   
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On the rip
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To be out drinking&partying rne.g ‘hes on the rip'
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On the tear
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to go out drinking
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Pie Retention
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Getting fat
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Pint of plain
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Pint of Guiness
Never have I ever bn asked for a pint of plain! Its a pint of the black stuff or a pint of porter! Comment by: Lemons   
"A pint of plain is your only man" - Flann O'Brien Comment by: souvarine   
Also referred to as a 'woman black'.. I heard this comes from the image of (white) woman wearing a black dress etc. that leaves the shoulder bear. Comment by: Gaillimh   
Unfortunately, now you can get away with giving someone a Stout if they order a Pint of Porter. There was a time when there was a difference, but thanks to a couple of centuries of gobshites who don't care what they drink as long as they get pissed, the two terms are now interchangeable. Comment by: pb1965   
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Poxy
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Terrible, "shitty"
This word actually means lucky.... As in "you poxy f*cker how'd you manage that"!!! Comment by: Irish Gal   
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puss
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face, usually sulky
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sanger
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sandwich
Also commonly referred to as a sangwich or a sangich, as in "Howya horsebox, giz a hang sangich there" Comment by: bobsyouruncle   
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Sheila
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a slut
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sozzled
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drunk, intoxicated
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