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Irish one 2 one sex chat

You can try Free Sex Chat right now absolutely free, with no software to download, and no registration required to start chatting!Afters (n): dessert Ages (n): long time Agro (n): fight Alans or Alan Wickers(n): nickers; as in keep your alans on; calm down. " Apache (n): joyrider Ape (n): fool Ara be whist (v): shut up Arse (n): backside Arseways (a): "I did it all arseways" = I made a complete mess of it!

Baz (n): pubic hair Bazzer (n): haircut Beamer (n): to be embarrassed - See Redner Bean flicker (n): lesbian Bean-jacks (n): ladies toilet Begorrah (exclam): be god (no self-respecting Irish person says this. (n): keep a look out Belt (v): hit, assault Be wide (phr): be careful Be dog wide (phr): be extra vigilant Beor (pronounced bee-yo) (n): attractive woman Berco (a): as in mad, or absolutely rotten drunk Bevvies (n): alcoholic drinks Beyant (n): beyond or over there Bibe (n): a girl/woman and means she's a right old cow - from the Waterford area Bifter (n): joint, as in "roll a bifter" A bigger bollox never put his arm through a coat (phr): Self- explanatory Bills (n): pounds Bingo wings (n): flabby underarms on a woman Bird (n): girl generally, or girlfriend Biro (n): ballpoint pen Bitch-bag (n): male scrotum or bollocks Bite the back of my bollox (phr): stop bothering me Black (a): very crowded, busy - as in 'town was black! blaggard) (n): a ne'er-do-well/ (v) to give someone a hard time: He's blaggardin' ya Black Mariah (n): police van - Paddy wagon in the States Black Stuff, the (n): Guinness Blarney (n): nonsense Blather (v): talk Bleedin' deadly (a): brilliant Bloody (a): strengthing adjective, used liberally Blow (n): hash Blue shirt type of guy (n): after a 1930's quasi-fascist group Bob (n): a shilling in the old Pounds, shillings and pennies; even though the monetary system changed, the name stuck Bob (n): If a girl sees a good looking man,she can say that he is a "bob" or that she would "give him a few bob", meaning she would like to have intimate relations with him BOBFOC (n): Body Off Baywatch, Face Off Crimewatch, eg.

Cub (n): young boy Culchie (n): a city dweller's name for a country person Cute hoors (n): usually politicians - it implies deviousness and crookedness.

(in this case, I suppose it could apply to a female as well, but almost always the term 'hoor' is masculine.) In Ireland, at least, 'cute' means 'clever' Cuttie (n): young girl Cutty Knife (n): knife for cutting the bread Da (n): father Dander (n): a leisurely stroll Danny boy (n): twenty pounds in money Deadly (a): very cool Deadner, give a (n): to knee someone in the side of their thigh Dear (adj): expensive Dekko (v): look at, inspect Delph (n): crockery, cups, saucers etc Dense (n): stupid - as dense as bottled shite Desperate (adj): terrible Diabolical (a): really terrible Dickey Dazzler (n): an over dressed man Diddies (n): breasts Dig (n): punch or slap Divil (n): devil DNS (n): the Northside (of Dublin) generally or one of its residents Do a Bunk/Flit (v): sneak off, usually to avoid paying a bill, the rent, etc.

Sorry, Hollywood) Bejappers (exclam): as above Bells (n): time, e.g. "she's a Bobfoc" Bobble (v): to walk or to move somewhere Bog (n): country area - where culchies come from Bog ball (n): a derogatory name for gaelic football Bogey (n): snot; something wrong, as in he's bogey or I got a bogey pint Bogger/Bog warrior An Individual hailing from outside Dublin, but within Ireland Bogs (n): public toilets Bogtrotter (n): another word for a culchie Bold (a): naughty Bollacking (n): to "give out" to someone Bollix (n): alt spelling of below Bollocks (n): anyone you think is stupid Bolloxed (a): very drunk Bolloxed up (v): screwed up Bolt (v): go fast/ run away Bombardier (n): type of Irish bus Boozer (n): pub Boreen (n): narrow lane or road Boss (n): polite generic term when you're chatting to someone 'Bout ye (phr): how are you doing?

(Originated in Belfast) Bouzzie, Bowsie (n): young good-for-nothing, who hangs around on street corners Bowler (rhymes with Cow-ler) (n): dog/ugly person Box (n): female genitalia Boxin' the fox (phr): robbing an orchard Boyo (n): a bit of a lad Brass monkey (phr): In reference to exceptionally cold weather - "It'd freeze the balls off a brass monkey".

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4) ‘Sometimes when I think about it, I get so lonely and I’ve realised I’m just as scared about death as anyone else and Christ you’ve only one life, and it’s hard to find ‘the one’ ya know? There was a great gif to go with this, but I can’t find it now.