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    Default Irish Accents - They're great aren't they

    Do the foreign girls find the Irish Accent sexy and does it make them weak at the knees?
    I got the auld Longford brogue and was told by several escorts it was extremely sexy if they could understand it, there ya go

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    Quote Originally Posted by hadaway View Post
    Do the foreign girls find the Irish Accent sexy and does it make them weak at the knees?
    I got the auld Longford brogue and was told by several escorts it was extremely sexy if they could understand it, there ya go
    Were they taking money off ya when they said it . . .

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    I only understand nothing. Even south Dublin I need an interpreter with me!

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    I am a fan of the ladies with Irish accents. Very hot.

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    Dublin Accents are a turn off

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBoys View Post
    Dublin Accents are a turn off
    Hard to beat the Northern accent,,,,,,,,,,,,,,and indeed many country accents can be cute...............All thats wrong with the Dublin accent is familiarity if you are from Dublin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bollocks View Post
    Hard to beat the Northern accent,,,,,,,,,,,,,,and indeed many country accents can be cute...............All thats wrong with the Dublin accent is familiarity if you are from Dublin.
    And hilarity if you are not...

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    I struggle to understand the accent and I'm only from across the pond!

    The biggest language differences Ive noticed are:

    1: You're grand
    This is usually meant as yes to a question or alternatively a kind way of saying something is okay or alright.
    Example: You fill up at a petrol station and only have a 20 note so you're desperately digging around at the till trying to find the 1 or 2 cent and the cashier says 'You're grand'.
    *Thus meaning we arent cunts so don't worry about it.*
    THIS DOES NOT MEAN YOU ARE GRAND IN THE LITERAL SENSE!

    2: Good crack/For the crack
    You guys talk about crack alot!!!
    For a while I thought this meant you were all a bunch of crack heads hitting the pipe and it was just socially acceptable to discuss it in public. Then someone attempted to explain it to me but I still have no idea what I means....

    3: Deadly
    When Irish people say something is deadly that usually means that it is great/awesome, it does not mean it is going to kill you...

    Im sure I can think of a few more but those stick out to me as a few obvious weird differences.....

    For a while I thought you were all drug using, scaredy cats who had feelings of grandiose.....

    Now I love this country!


    Last week in Wexford....catch me whilst you can

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    Quote Originally Posted by lactatinglucy View Post
    I struggle to understand the accent and I'm only from across the pond!

    The biggest language differences Ive noticed are:

    1: You're grand
    This is usually meant as yes to a question or alternatively a kind way of saying something is okay or alright.
    Example: You fill up at a petrol station and only have a €20 note so you're desperately digging around at the till trying to find the 1 or 2 cent and the cashier says 'You're grand'.
    *Thus meaning we arent cunts so don't worry about it.*
    THIS DOES NOT MEAN YOU ARE GRAND IN THE LITERAL SENSE!

    2: Good crack/For the crack
    You guys talk about crack alot!!!
    For a while I thought this meant you were all a bunch of crack heads hitting the pipe and it was just socially acceptable to discuss it in public. Then someone attempted to explain it to me but I still have no idea what I means....

    3: Deadly
    When Irish people say something is deadly that usually means that it is great/awesome, it does not mean it is going to kill you...

    Im sure I can think of a few more but those stick out to me as a few obvious weird differences.....

    For a while I thought you were all drug using, scaredy cats who had feelings of grandiose.....

    Now I love this country!

    Grand Post...Deadly Crack

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    Quote Originally Posted by lactatinglucy View Post
    I struggle to understand the accent and I'm only from across the pond!

    The biggest language differences Ive noticed are:

    1: You're grand
    This is usually meant as yes to a question or alternatively a kind way of saying something is okay or alright.
    Example: You fill up at a petrol station and only have a €20 note so you're desperately digging around at the till trying to find the 1 or 2 cent and the cashier says 'You're grand'.
    *Thus meaning we arent cunts so don't worry about it.*
    THIS DOES NOT MEAN YOU ARE GRAND IN THE LITERAL SENSE!

    2: Good crack/For the crack
    You guys talk about crack alot!!!
    For a while I thought this meant you were all a bunch of crack heads hitting the pipe and it was just socially acceptable to discuss it in public. Then someone attempted to explain it to me but I still have no idea what I means....

    3: Deadly
    When Irish people say something is deadly that usually means that it is great/awesome, it does not mean it is going to kill you...

    Im sure I can think of a few more but those stick out to me as a few obvious weird differences.....

    For a while I thought you were all drug using, scaredy cats who had feelings of grandiose.....

    Now I love this country!
    I luv a nice posh English accent

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