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a ghra mo chroi
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grá mo shaol
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Asal
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masa
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Baltai
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fhaighin
The standard spelling is 'Bálta'. It means 'vulva'. Comment by: Brian Bóroimhe   
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Dúil Mo Bhod
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jool muh wod
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Fer Thammag
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bastaird
she's trouble Comment by: shaun   
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Go dtachta scata Fomhorach olta do mhamai
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Is féidir strangle pacáiste de bhFomhórach meisce do mháthair
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Go Hifreann Leat
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dul chun ifreann
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grigg
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saor nó olc
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Hod yir wheesht
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stoptar suas, (a shealbhú do theanga níos cruinne cé)
Haud yer weesht is Scoats ya sack. Comment by: Seán Mór    Rated:1/5
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Póg mo thón
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Póg means kiss, mo my thón hole or arse Note Gaeilge na hÉireann
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Súraic mo gléas
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le do thoil a dhéanamh ar fellacio dom.
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