It’s pretty common for a person’s accent to change or be more pronounced when they’re drunk, I think. I’m told I’m much more Northern after a few pints.
I used to know someone who was born in Manchester but his parents were from Donegal. When he was steaming it was like sitting across the table from Pat Bonner.
She is a retired University professor - known as a totally demented ultra-yoon in indy supporting circles. That comment is actually pretty mild for her, if you’ve the stomach look through her timeline for diatribes a plenty. Best ignored.
Wonderful things are happening in England.
People will meet me and say something like ‘I detect an IRISH accent???’
and I reply ‘Yes! I am from near Belfast’
and you see the blood drain from their face and their bottom lip quivers as they very quickly change topic
Not “at it” as such, but I saw this card in Waterstones and wondered if they sold it in their Irish branches
Works either way tbh
Free Palestine>Buckfast Wine>>>>>>>>>>Sweet Caroline
This thread is as good as any other place for this.
One of the quiz questions in our xmas team meeting today was:
What do the royal family not have on their xmas tree?
I wasn’t given a point for saying “an Irish flag”. Which is clearly unfair.
Apparently the correct answer that’s worthy of a point is that unlike standard tradition in most British households, they don’t have a star or angel on top of the tree.
Answer: genetic diversity
one of the things it truly would be harder to put on their tree than an Irish flag
The answers to this are almost endless.
- A photograph of Paul Ross?
- A stuffed llama?
- A bicycle light?
- Fulham FC?
- The Boomerang Nebula?
gets me every time
Yeah that’s a terrible quiz question
Sometimes I think about changing my username, but then I decide not to.
you definitely shouldn’t
no least cos then someone else might nick it
You could change it from Murder to No Murder like the fella from Clipse