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    Nationalities have always been controversial on EI. Some believe that owning an Irish Setter qualifies for an Irish passport. Don't want to sound racist here, i love everyone, but don't like being deceived.

    Anyway, I am trying to develop a questionnaire to verify Irishness.

    Answer the following Yes or No:

    Do you eat potatoes at least 5 days per week?

    Can you say the Hail Mary?

    Do you use the words "Grand so"?

    Do you make porridge and a cup of tea for breakfast?

    Do you wear Primark clothes?

    Do you put salt on your dinner before you even taste it?

    Do you know the first line of our National Anthem?

    Do you understand what "terribly good" means?

    Do you feel a tiny bit guilty on Sunday mornings for not going to mass?

    Do you support Glasgow Celtic?

    Do you hate the Irish language?

    Greater than 8/11 will do for me!

    SlÓn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosa Nostra View Post
    Nationalities have always been controversial on EI. Some believe that owning an Irish Setter qualifies for an Irish passport. Don't want to sound racist here, i love everyone, but don't like being deceived.

    Anyway, I am trying to develop a questionnaire to verify Irishness.

    Answer the following Yes or No:

    Do you eat potatoes at least 5 days per week?

    Can you say the Hail Mary?

    Do you use the words "Grand so"?

    Do you make porridge and a cup of tea for breakfast?

    Do you wear Primark clothes?

    Do you put salt on your dinner before you even taste it?

    Do you know the first line of our National Anthem?

    Do you understand what "terribly good" means?

    Do you feel a tiny bit guilty on Sunday mornings for not going to mass?

    Do you support Glasgow Celtic?

    Do you hate the Irish language?

    Greater than 8/11 will do for me!

    SlÓn.
    I didn't get near 8/11 so maybe I am not Irish or maybe I am in denial.

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    I think you worry too much... Just enjoy the beautiful women here
    Last edited by LoveAMature; 24-02-15 at 14:09.

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    Personally I am not into proving anything to anyone especially someone who I have never met or just an avatar. Much more fun things to get on with Loll

    You dont know what time your wasting when you could be having fun. Loll But whatever rocks your boat honey. xx

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    how many snackboxes have you eaten?

    whos father larry duff in father ted?

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    I shop in PENNIES not PRIMARK, and speak with a Dublin accent - not English or German -, hope that counts a little !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SophieX View Post
    You mean loll,d ?
    Last edited by xagerate; 24-02-15 at 19:19. Reason: Lol,d is so 90,s


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    What's the extra "l" for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Long Dong Silver View Post
    What's the extra "l" for?
    What is LOLL?

    LOLL means "Laugh Out Loud Literally" as opposed to LOL which doesn't mean the person is actuallly laughing I suppose.

    So now you know - LOLL means "Laugh Out Loud Literally" - don't thank me.

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    Ah, I see. Literally, eh?

    So do we now have to say "ROFLL"? "LMAOL"?

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