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Old 12-01-2007, 11:10 PM   #11
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for feck's sake, seamus. where have ya been?

sit down and have a cup of tea. go on. go on, go on, go on.

(lol, how's my mrs. doyle imitation?)

welcome.

my da is from leitrim. before him from mayo and cavan, the mean bastids we are. i'm a plastic paddy, but proud of it, nonetheless.

did you know ol' st. pat himself was born of italian parents?

btw, qsis, slainte is pronounced slont-chuh. it means "good health".
and yes, seamus is pronounced shay-mus.
Thanks, buckytom. From one O'Neill to another. It's nice to welcome another of "us."
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Old 12-02-2007, 10:11 AM   #12
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btw, qsis, slainte is pronounced slont-chuh. it means "good health".
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Ah, thanks, BT! Slont-chuh!

I like "for feck's sake" and will adopt it, if it's not vulgar. Is it?

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Welcome to DiscussCooking, Seamus - it's quite nice to have you here
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