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- Monty, Monty, Monty
- Me, Myself, and I
- Hooch is crazy!!
Check out the new Claughaun website at www.claughaun.limerick.gaa.ie
- All about the hurlin....plus a bit of cricket and then the Arsenal.....
- The Mannix guide to Crossing Roads
- 1 - Look ahead
2-Wait till the amber man flashes
3 - Decide to go, then stop
4 - Wait till the traffic starts movin
5 - Slip and fall on your arse in the middle of O'Connell bridge while a 2 ton bus speeds towards you
6 - Get up and blame your shoes
- Barack Obama..
- is great
- Words and Music
- Don`t like Jamaica....oh no....I love her
I don't like reggae.....oh no.... I love it
I don't like cricket......oh no.....I love it
- Another confession..
- One night some weeks ago, Jimmy LALA told me a harrowing tale about his childhood. It involved a cherished pet of his, a goat to be specific, and the pain he endured at its disappearance. Now, there were several open bottles of miller in the room, and I'm certain that this may have altered his consciousness in some way. Regardless, as he conveyed the grim details of the animal's demise, my own memory began to illumiante. I began to vaguely recall an incident which took place one night some twelve years ago. There was a gentleman's club which I used to frequent back then, and invariably some highwaymen would come to the door proposing 'business'. This particualr evening, a young ragged lady arrive o' the threshold, and she had with her a black Carrickerry goat. Wretched creature! Proposed she, she would sell it to me for a score 'n' sixpence, lest I take it immediately, which I did. Some months later, I sold the creature at a fair in Crookstown to a bache
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- Kilkenny fuckers
- Cork bastards
- Limerick legends
- Clare sheepshaggers
- Tipp goat-molesters
BAT - As in 'she was mingin so i bat her wit a stick'
OFF STUMP - in need of viagra
YORKER - full length delivery, similar to student nurses ' you dont see one coming until its under you'
STUMPED - castrated
WICKETS - bone disorder caused by absence of vitamins
WICKET - male reprodcutive organ
WICKET-KEEPER - female reprodcutive organ
RUNS - diahhrea
RUN OUT - of nightclub by bouncer
BOUNCER - Short Pitched delivery, burly man outside licenced premises
SWING - lateral movement of ball, as in ' i made a swing, missed by two feet and joulted the wicket keeper'
REVERSE SWING - 'and then he joulted me back'
SEAMER - bowler with premature ejaculation issues
FREDDIE - common name for tall, ugly English cricketer
LEG BREAK - Shane Warne spinning delivery, what happens to people outside the market
BAIL - Placed on top of stumps, what keeps Liverpool fans on the streets
MAIDEN - over where no runs are conceded, very hard to find in UL
PULL SHOT - Back foot drive on front of square on the on side, the drink that pushes a normal girl on to her knees
OUT ON THE PULL- Caught at mid-wicket, any Friday/Saturday night in Limerick City
NO-BALL - Man who has been stumped
SLOWER BALL - the kind of ball who would go to LIT
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HOLLY -- e.g. "I gave it holly"---I put a fair bit of effort into it.
B0LLIX----Pat Spillane or any kerry players or supporters
HAMES---A right ****e-e.g.-"He made a hames of that chance"
TIMBER---Intimidation of a hurling opponent - e.g.- "Show him some timber"
LAMP----A good thump---e.g.-"I swung for the sliotar, missed by 3 feet and lamped the full back"
A CROWD---A gathering of people who watch a match and hope for random acts
of violence -e.g-Meath supporters
SCHKELP---To remove living tissue in the absence of surgical procedures -- e.g. "That whore from Tipp took a schkelp outta me leg"
HATCHET MAN---Mountainy type, uses hunter/gatherer instincts
BULLIN'---Angry-e.g-"The centre half was bullin' after I lamped him"
BULL THICK---Very angry-e.g.-"The centre half was bull thick after I lamped him again"
JOULT---A push-e.g.-"I gave him ! a joult and he has to wear a neck brace for 2 weeks"
THE COMM-A-TEEE---Local GAA bullshitters in general
BUSHTED---An undefined soreness-e.g.-"Jayz me arm is bushted"
THE BOMBER---Popular name for a fat hairy GAA player
A HANG SANGWIDGE---Consumed with "tay" on the sides of roads after matches in Croker or Thurles, usually contains half a pound of butter
RAKE-A great amount of anything, usually pints of Guinness the night before an important match
INDANAMAJAYSUS (in-da-nama-Jaysus)--! -What was that for referee?
YA B0LLIX YA---Corner back's formal recognition of a score by his opponent
LEH-IT-IN-TA-FcuK-WUD-YA---Full forwards appeal to a midfielder for a more timely delivery of the pass
MULLOCKER---Untidy or awkward player released for matches
BURST THE B0LLIX---Instructions from the sideline to tackle your man
ROW---Disagreement involving four or more players
MASSIVE ROW---Disagreement involving both teams, including goalies, substitutes and supporters jumping fences
ALL-HELL-BROKE-LOOSE---A massive row that continues out in the parking area or
dressing room areas, usually resolved by the Gardai
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Some random musings of Mr. Arsene Wenger, genius, gentleman, and manager of the magnifcent Gunners, the crème de la crème i.e. better than you!:
Wenger - "We scouted him for two years, every minute of every game, we even went to see him training many times, even though we were not let in/"
Reporter - "How did you manage that?"
Wenger - "With a hat and a moustache"
- On Jose Antonio Reyes
"I don't see how much more we could have done. I just think my players were absolutely magnificent, they were heroes tonight but unfortunately they were not rewarded. We will work with them to transform their frustration to come back. This team deserves a lot of credit, we lost one game in Europe all season when it was 10 versus 11 in the Final."
after that heartbreaking 2-1 defeat at the Stade de France
We could have scored more."
after beating Middlesbrough 7-0 at Highbury
"I think he was very down at half-time and he felt guilty. I took him off because I felt that he was too down to come back. You always want your players to stay, but there are exceptional circumstances so you can understand what he did. He did not do it meaning disrespect to the Club or to the team. I feel he is very, very down. That’s the only issue he had tonight."
after Sol Campbell's half-time departure against West Ham
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