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bighead384
12-15-2011, 07:03 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQ9IMZAci-k - Irish Jersey Shore

Yea, you don't need to watch that. It's stupid.

But what do you think about Irish people?

WebDudette
12-15-2011, 10:17 PM
I have red facial hair, I like it.

holland25
12-15-2011, 11:41 PM
I love Alison and Father Ted.

KTILLA23
12-16-2011, 12:14 AM
That show looks dumb as hell, but i don't got any problem with Irish people at all. And why has this Jersey Shore keep getting dumb spin offs :confused:, like the first show isn't bad enough.

personal_loans_1
12-16-2011, 12:48 AM
Quite digestible in such a small dose. Quite funny with that commentary. Yes, I haven't seen that kind of thing for ages.

The Boondock Saints are great.

dff_punk
12-16-2011, 09:06 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7XqbJkm0VZU

BagOfShenanigans
12-16-2011, 09:56 AM
The Boondock Saints are great.
^This... This is all...

mrconeman
12-16-2011, 10:42 AM
I've never seen Irish Bros before. The commentators were great though.

To answer his last question, I'd prefer the world thinking we were leprechauns to that hazardous material containment house.

Blackball_
12-16-2011, 01:52 PM
deres more to oirelund den DISS

bighead384
12-17-2011, 11:58 AM
In my mind, there's different genres of attractive girls. "Cute girls" are my favorite. Irish girls are WAYYY ahead of the competition in this category.

None of the ones in video I posted though...

mrconeman
12-17-2011, 12:13 PM
While that's an absurd and ridiculous generalization, Lisa Hannigan only serves to prove your point.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LFJ-TJasMU

bighead384
12-17-2011, 12:18 PM
While that's an absurd and ridiculous generalization
Um, not really. As I'm sure you must know, all ethnic groups have distinguishing characteristics. My opinion is subjective, but I don't know what's so outlandish about it. I mean, I don't literally think that my view about irish gals is "correct".

mrconeman
12-17-2011, 12:27 PM
Um, not really.



It is though. I mean, you debunked it yourself in your own original post. I won't explain this further as it's just obvious common sense.

bighead384
12-17-2011, 12:28 PM
Yeah whatever. I don't agree with what you're saying here.

yarock
12-17-2011, 12:34 PM
Scottish girls fuck Irish broads. Also William Wallace partly owes his reputation to his performance on Christmas eve in 1287 for he made 12 Gaelic nuns having 21 orgasms in 7 minutes. He later disappointed his proponents by couldn't handling the French originated newly Brit royal cunt of a whore. Mel Gibson is a shammer.

Jojan
12-17-2011, 02:03 PM
My mother is Scottish.

bighead384
12-17-2011, 02:50 PM
Scottish girls fuck Irish broads. Also William Wallace partly owes his reputation to his performance on Christmas eve in 1287 for he made 12 Gaelic nuns having 21 orgasms in 7 minutes. He later disappointed his proponents by couldn't handling the French originated newly Brit royal cunt of a whore. Mel Gibson is a shammer.

Scottish girls fuck Irish broads? Is that your way of saying that they're better? I've never heard anyone use the word "fuck" that way, if that's the case.

yarock
12-17-2011, 03:03 PM
When I say I fuck you, it means I fuck you.

Alison
12-17-2011, 04:47 PM
How do I feel about Irish people?

I'm Irish and I'm drunk. I am fulfillign the stereptype, i apologise.

I hate the kind of Irish oeipele in that show ( I watched 3 sefodns of it). But ingeneral, I think we're an alright bunch. Souuuuund

Alison
12-17-2011, 05:15 PM
I love Alison and Father Ted.

And aww, i love Fahter Ted too! And yer nit so bad yoursekf sure

mrconeman
12-17-2011, 05:18 PM
How do I feel about Irish people?

I'm Irish and I'm drunk. I am fulfillign the stereptype, i apologise.

I hate the kind of Irish oeipele in that show ( I watched 3 sefodns of it). But ingeneral, I think we're an alright bunch. Souuuuund

Oh aye, we're sound as so we are, like.
What's the craic with ye? Beezer.
Or, Deadly as you Southerners would say.

WebDudette
12-18-2011, 12:57 AM
I have no idea what any of that means, but I like it.

I once hung out with an Irish traveling musician named Ronin. He couch surfed all over America selling his album. We played chess till like 5am and I lost because I was kind of drunk. Dude was fucking cool.

Alison
12-18-2011, 02:32 AM
Oh aye, we're sound as so we are, like.
What's the craic with ye? Beezer.
Or, Deadly as you Southerners would say.

No, no, no, deadly is a Dublin thing! Daycent is more like it.

yarock
12-18-2011, 03:27 AM
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^You can type this on any adult video site to get nearly every content. Or you just can type "Irish".

mrconeman
12-19-2011, 05:10 PM
No, no, no, deadly is a Dublin thing! Daycent is more like it.

Aaahh, I see. I think I spent some time in Cork once. I think.
Lets just keep those Derry wans out of it, and we're grand. The craic will be 90.

mario_spaghettio
12-19-2011, 08:07 PM
I guess the Irish are ok as far as Western Europeans go. They have to be a little strange living on that island all by themselves though. The Scottish seem like an odd bunch too. There's definitely some weird characters in the UK.

Asselery
12-21-2011, 10:25 PM
^This... This is all...

Seriously, love that movie.

Shophie
12-23-2011, 06:58 PM
Like Mrconeman, I have not seen Irish people so it is difficult to say:"like or not like them". Hope everyone are friendly, polite....:)

mrconeman
12-24-2011, 07:52 AM
ololololol

adombomb222
01-05-2012, 05:29 AM
I'm Irish... Well Irish American, second generation born American. So I suppose I'm a bit bias on my opinion of the Irish, however, I'd have to say after visiting Ireland twice now in my life time, I very much enjoy my distance cousins in Ireland as well as the other people I met while there. The people are very kind there, very generous and very relaxed - its much different than anyone I've met in the States.

We're a very proud people - I'm very proud of my heritage and where my grandparents come from. The only thing that kind of annoys me though, is that my aunt, here in the States, is a little too proud. I mean her house is so full of Irish heirlooms and novelties that it seems like an act or somehow fake... I don't know, it's just weird to me. I mean, I have an Irish flag and some Guinness memorabilia in my room, but not an entire house adorned in Irish stuff.

mrconeman
01-05-2012, 08:21 AM
The only thing that kind of annoys me though, is that my aunt, here in the States, is a little too proud. I mean her house is so full of Irish heirlooms and novelties that it seems like an act or somehow fake... I don't know, it's just weird to me.

As a genuine born and bred Irish man, this shit can be really annoying. Like, the way you mentioned you were Irish-American. That's fine. Being proud of your heritage is great, and you should be. What gets me is Americans with Irish heritage that just flat out call themselves Irish, when they're about 12th generation Irish and have never been, nor have any of their relatives in 11 generations been to Ireland. And don't get me started with fucking Americans that try to talk about "the struggle" give me a fucking break.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TeSf2Jmekv4
This song sums it up.

jacknife737
01-05-2012, 05:51 PM
I like the Irish/Ireland. I've only actually been to the Northern half before, but i'm hoping to change that in the near future.

One of my favorite cheeses is Dubliner and I could drink Jameson by the liter.

adombomb222
01-05-2012, 10:26 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TeSf2Jmekv4
This song sums it up.
Hey thanks for this link, it's a very good song.

There's a song by a band called Satan Dance Party titled "Greytooth." It's about Irish immigration into America during the beginning of the Civil War. It's a very moving song, it reminds me a lot of the song you shared. Unfortunately, it's not uploaded to Youtube, but they have their album available on Bandcamp for $5 USD - which is well worth it. They mostly play pirate style tunes, but they're very good, very fun and interesting.


I like the Irish/Ireland. I've only actually been to the Northern half before, but i'm hoping to change that in the near future.

One of my favorite cheeses is Dubliner and I could drink Jameson by the liter.

I've been all around Kerry Ireland, that's where my grandparents are from, but I really want to see some of the sites in Northern Ireland, like the Giant's Causeway. But when you visit the rest of Ireland, you've gotta check out the Cliffs of Moher - absolutely beautiful!

And Dubliner is an interesting cheese and Jameson is great. I had the chance to have a few shots of Jameson's Gold reserve, it's ultra smooth and amazing... no need to shoot it, I sipped it and enjoyed it.

Alison
01-06-2012, 01:38 AM
Funnily enough, Dubliner cheese is made in West Cork.

I think within Ireland the people are very different also. I have noticed, as have others, that people from Dublin are very different than those from Cork, but perhaps not.

mrconeman
01-06-2012, 05:51 AM
I think within Ireland the people are very different also. I have noticed, as have others, that people from Dublin are very different than those from Cork, but perhaps not.

Yeah, this is pretty sure, there are definitely different attitudes to encounter generally. Though, pending that the person/people aren't flat out scumbags (like Dublin's Skags, or Belfast's Smicks) there's definitely a happy go lucky, nice folk theme for most people I've met in the different county's.

adombomb - Kerry is one of my favorite places in Ireland, lovely beaches, it's so near the coast, compared to up North, you'd think you were in a different country during the summer there. It's freezing up North pretty much year round, but Kerry gets lovely weather in summer. Killarney has amazing scenery.

Lupin
01-07-2012, 06:45 AM
How do you feel about Irish people?


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Paint_It_Black
01-08-2012, 10:29 AM
Oh aye, we're sound as so we are, like.
What's the craic with ye? Beezer.
Or, Deadly as you Southerners would say.

This kind of delightful nonsense is why being facebook friends with Coney is fantastic.

That, and it's a secret atheistic Sony fanboy club. But shh, it's a secret.

I love Irish accents. This makes me stupidly fond of Irish people in general. I know it's ridiculous to like an entire nation just because of their accents but I can't help it. I think this must be secretly true of all Englishman though. Why else would we keep such a large souvenir? Granted I've never been to Northern Ireland, but obviously it's like an awesome authentic theme park that we keep so we can enjoy the Irish in their natural habitat.

It does however sadden me that a nationality I enjoy so much has a reasonable amount of completely justifiable loathing for my nationality.

Irish Americans are fucking hilarious. Granted, all Americans are hilarious in the way they go on endlessly about their ancestry as if it is in any way relevant to their current lives. The ones who think they're Irish are simply the best example. "I pretend to like Guinness and generally make a fool of myself because my great-great-great-grandfather risked his life crossing a fucking ocean to escape poverty and subjugation and my deepest desire is to insult his memory by being a fucking clown." I'm paraphrasing a little.

mrconeman
01-08-2012, 10:39 AM
I was going to quote a part of that post and write "I can't describe in words the joy this brought me."

However it's applicable to literally every line.
<3.

Paint_It_Black
01-08-2012, 10:43 AM
And don't get me started with fucking Americans that try to talk about "the struggle" give me a fucking break.

Aww, be fair. They were probably the staunchest supporters of nailbombs and mutilated women and children. All the money they sent back to the old country to support horrific acts of terrorism buys them the right to talk about "the struggle" a little bit.

It still annoys me that Americans now act like terrorism is the worst thing in the universe and have a strict policy of non-negotiation but Gerry Adams has been a welcomed guest at the White House. I'm not necessarily against Adams being invited to the White House, only the hypocrisy of the USA where the IRA is concerned.

Just to be clear, I'm totally sympathetic to the motivations behind the IRA. The British government probably deserves everything it got and more. But when you kill innocents you cross a line and need to be put down like a rabid dog.

Szandi
01-09-2012, 10:51 AM
I like them, but don't ask me about indian people.:)

jacknife737
01-09-2012, 02:25 PM
Any Irish whiskey recommendations by the way? As i mentioned before, i'm a fan of Jameson and Bushmills.

I'd also like to give a shout out to Kilkenny Cream Ale..... it does seem like an awful lot of my favorite alcohol seems to be Irish.

adombomb222
01-09-2012, 05:46 PM
I mentioned it before, but if you can get your hands on Jameson Gold Reserve try it out, itís pretty amazing. As for other Irish whiskeys, I havenít tried too many, so I cannot make any other recommendations.

Szandi
01-10-2012, 10:09 AM
Any Irish whiskey recommendations by the way? As i mentioned before, i'm a fan of Jameson and Bushmills.

I'd also like to give a shout out to Kilkenny Cream Ale..... it does seem like an awful lot of my favorite alcohol seems to be Irish.

My favourite is the Guinness and the Irish guys.:D