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Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by reallyemma, Apr 9, 2009.

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  1. reallyemma

    reallyemma ¿pɐǝɥ ɹn ɥʇıʍ uıop nɥɔʇɐʍ

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    Dia guit!

    [Probley spelt wrong.] But anyway does ANYONE speek Irish here?

    Am stuck SOOOOOOO bad in irish homework!

    please help =P hehe

    P.S cmon you irish peeps reply!!!!

    Another P.S.... LEPRECHAUNS ROCK!!!

    Finall P.S .... Who's from Ireland here? ... anyone from Wexford?
     
  2. Agent47

    Agent47 Guest

    dummy

    waste of time, theres no Irish, its Celtic. dont ask questions you dont even know how to ASK. this was not necessary as you couldve saved some annoyance by looking this up on wikipedia:spam:
     
  3. Chazwazzer

    Chazwazzer n00b

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    I like what you did there to solve the question:
    I've been known for me Irish tongue lol
    a ya ta ta ya nurnuh yatutututta
     
  4. PooDog

    PooDog quod erat demonstrandum

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    It means something close to "Good God" - (Good god is translated as "Dia Maith")

    And Agent 47, perhaps you ought to look up a few things in Wikipedia before you spout off.
     
  5. Awesomex2

    Awesomex2 Banned

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    G'day chaps!
    I say, have you seen that leprechaun and it's pot o' gold?
    No? Why don't you join me in the pub with a Guiniess, and I'll explain.
    Tally ho' old chaps!
     
  6. reallyemma

    reallyemma ¿pɐǝɥ ɹn ɥʇıʍ uıop nɥɔʇɐʍ

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    Dude, thats some old post.

    Dont know what I was thinking of, but anyways google translator ftw.
     
  7. stellamary

    stellamary n00b

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    Hi

    Good post for the best entertainment...I am interested to join with you where I can see good game support.keep sharing.:thumb:
     
  8. robharko

    robharko n00b

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    i agree its not celtic its galic. celtic refers to a type of art work commonly found in scottland and ireland
     
  9. Fire-Fly

    Fire-Fly Valued by Funny-Games

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    No it is not Gaelic nor is it Celtic. Irish in Irish is Gaeilge. Also Celtic is a cultural grouping/way of life that was from Scotland, Ireland, parts of Wales and the Isle of Man.
     
  10. supermario45

    supermario45 n00b

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    its dia duit not dia guit but u pronounce it dia guit:roftl::roftl:
     
  11. Simsy

    Simsy Guest

    Its fucking double dutch to me
     

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