Posted: 2017-09-23 11:43
C İn saying irish women are 8766 ignorant 8767 and 8766 lack education 8767 . You in fact proved you have zero idea of the definition of ignorant. Let me explain, 8766 ignorant 8767 means to have a lack of knowledge, as such to say we are both ignorant and lack education shows you are simply repeating yourself. Just thought you should know. I also can 8767 t help but note you used 8766 C 8767 as your name to write your incredibly stereotypical view of Irish women. Was that just coincidence or are you simply obsessed with that part of the female body? Yours Sincerely- Educated and strong Irish woman 🙂
Okay. ‘Short hair’ coated in gunky gel is not a hairstyle. The terrifying reign of the short-back-and-sides makes men look like little school boys, still wet behind the ears. While your mammies might approve, the rest of female society is indifferent. Irish women prefer longer hair and beards can be quite sexy, too. While you’re at it, why not ditch those jeans you’ve been wearing since college and get some decent shoes – Irish women will always be impressed with a pair of converse, at least.
John Beckwith : Yeah. That's probably the best word to describe it. But you know what? It also led me to you, so it's hard for me to completely regret it. And that person that you met back at your folks' place? That was really me. Maybe not my name, I'm John Beckwith by the way. Or my job. But the feelings we felt the jokes, the stupid laughs, that was all me. I've changed. I've realized something. I crashed a funeral today.
Jeremy Grey : [ confessing to Father O'Neil ] You wanna know what the kicker is, father? Maybe I'm a little fucking crazy. That's right, maybe Jeremy's a little nuts. Maybe there's something about me that I'm a little cuckoo. I know it's a surprise, I know it's not on the surface. I mean, I had an imaginary friend when I was kid, and his name was Shiloh! We used to play checkers with each other every day, and bless his heart, Shiloh would always let me win!
I know this maybe 75-85% but it doesn 8767 t happen in other cultures. You will notice women have huge privileges in society in that we 8767 re more concerned for women 8767 s welfare. No one would care if a man got beaten up but if a woman was attacked the police would hunt down the attacker. This isn 8767 t so bad in other cultures where the women are reasonably civil to men but its ridiculous in Ireland where the women are so angry and vicious. They 8767 re the complete opposite to Irish men who 8767 re generally laid back, friendly and never sly.
Instead, Martin gave us an adorable smile-wink and showed us a viewer sent-in photo of a daisy head. The next photo was a meadow of tall, sun-dappled grass. This was Martin's masterstroke -- like Ireland's finest poets, he created a beautiful, idealized world. Wear a white linen tunic! Pack a picnic! Raingear is for unimaginative, overly literal losers! He signed off with a cheerful shout out to Bernie in Ballyhaunis on her 85th birthday.
Simple, right? Well it’s not quite so straightforward, because a keeper needs to offer all this and more. It is not just about a good look, whether you look good or make you partner look good, not just about simple respect and humour. It is not about cooking him a nice meal nor doing the chores. It is all a bit more in the details. But what exactly do the Irish men look for in a girlfriend ? You can read it here:
The third man married a girl from Ireland. He ordered her to keep the house clean, dishes washed, lawn mowed, laundry washed, and hot meals on the table for every meal. He said the first day he didn t see anything, the second day he didn t see anything but by the third day, some of the swelling had gone down and he could see a little out of his left eye, and his arm was healed enough that he could fix himself a sandwich and load the dishwasher. He still has some difficulty when he pees.. )
Unlike other women around the world, Irish women cannot take a compliment. They don’t ‘get’ them. In fact, if you compliment their natural beauty you are more likely to arouse suspicion than feelings of desire – ‘what’s wrong with him? I’m obviously not beautiful when I’m eating Taytos in my PJs!’ On the other hand, they will notice if you don’t tell them how gorgeous they look after spending hours spray tanning and hair curling for a night out – but they’ll still tell you you’re wrong.
For some reason ‘Penneys’ has not made it into the dictionary yet, unlike Google and Twitter. It is bandied about like a badge of honour and it translates to ‘bargain’ – which to Irish women means they have honoured the sisterhood with their skilful ability to look fabulous for peanuts. Lads, if this is the response to a compliment, just smile and look impressed. Never presume her clothes are from Penneys, this on the other hand, is not a compliment.
They want to make their mothers happy.
When my cousin Mike was 67, his mom would stop him at the door before he headed for a night out with his friends. She'd cup his chin firmly in her hand. She'd stare hard. "Think once. Think twice. Think M-A-M-M-Y!" she'd say. This was a warning: no "messing" (fights) or "carrying on" (sex) because she'd stand for none of it. The Irish Mammy is both feared and admired by her son, who strives not to disappoint her. That's why he wears a Tommy Hilfiger/Ralph Lauren shirt when taking her out, brings her a fancy chocolate egg at Easter and pretends to attend the 65 o'clock mass. Simply put, he loves her.
Irish women are generally feisty and often hard-nosed, but they’re always mammies underneath. They have big hearts and love to fuss – ‘I’ll make us some tea, sure!’ indicates the completed transformation. Of course, they’re not your mammies, but they do want to impress the other woman in your life – so don’t bother bitching about them after a fight. You will feel the full force of the matriarch further down the line…
Most Irish women are a feisty mix of mammy and sass – they’re known the world over for their sharp wit and fierce slaggings. Despite being able to talk the rear legs off a donkey, they are still perceived with wonder and mystery by their male counterparts. You’d think the lads would have copped on to the inner-workings of the Irish matriarch at this stage. Those confusing rants that end with ‘I’m fine…’ ? That means they’re not fine and you lads won’t be either if you leave the conversation there. Here are 65 Things Every Man Should Know About Irish Women …
The most macho among them say the word "lovely" with some frequency.
He's an Irish macho man and he (proudly) doesn't own an umbrella. He is a ham-loving, Bono-bashing cynic whose unprintable language would have made Richard Pryor marvel. Pryor, however, would have been baffled by this man's numerous and genuine L-bombs: "I had a lovely bit of beef last week" -- "Well sure, he's a lovely lad." Maybe I'm gullible, or maybe I'm just American, but his tender-sounding L-bombs make me feel a tug of affection for him.
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An Irish woman’s idea of ‘craic’ doesn’t always match-up with Irish men’s – that’s fine. Just don’t forgo ‘communication’ for arse-slapping in nightclubs, never turn up drunk for a date and don’t bother telling them about your drunken exploits. ‘My mate was mangled last night and puked all over some bird’, doesn’t impress them. Once again, don’t compete with Irish women because they will drink you under the table – and if they don’t, you’re holding back their hair.
John Beckwith : I'm sorry, I'm sorry. That's neither here nor there. Anyway, I saw this widow and she's a wreck. She has just lost the person she loved the most in this world and I realized we're all going to lose the people we love. That's the way it is, but not me. Not right now. Because the person *I* love the most is standing right here and I'm not ready to lose you yet. Claire, I'm not standing here asking you to marry me, I'm just asking you not to marry *him* and maybe take a walk, take a chance.
There's one thing that all Irishmen have in common. No, we're not talking about a propensity for drinking before noon. We're talking about the gift of the gab. From heralded scribes like Oscar Wilde and Jonathan Swift to that drunken guy at the end of the bar, the sons and daughters of Erin are blessed with an ability to spin yarns and spout witticisms. And that's great if you're Irish, but what if you have the misfortune of being born hundreds of miles away from the Emerald Isle?
Jeremy Grey : That we're all one. That separateness is an illusion, and that I'm one with everyone - with the Prime Minister of England, and my cousin Harry, you and me, the fat kid from 'What's Happening,' the Olsen twins, Natalie Portman, the guy who wrote 'Catcher in the Rye,' Nat King Cole, Carrot Top, Jay-Z, Weird Al Yankovic, Harry Potter, if he existed, the whore on the street corner, your mother. We're all one.