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    Quote Originally Posted by alan45 View Post
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    Lá Fhéile Pádraig Shona Duit
    Gurab amhlaidh duit

    Gabhaim pardún agat

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    Haha what does what Alan and Parkerman said mean? .
    How do you say these.. phonetically.. quite intrigued

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    Yay, i did get it right, i updated my facebook status to happy st patricks day in irish thought id got it wrong

    Happy St Patricks day!

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    happy st paddys day to all you Irish people on the boards...dont get too sloshed dont think we celebrate anything in England we are a miserable bunch
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    Quote Originally Posted by sindydoll View Post
    happy st paddys day to all you Irish people on the boards...dont get too sloshed dont think we celebrate anything in England we are a miserable bunch
    What about St George's Day?

    bit late but Happy St Patricks Day all
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    Quote Originally Posted by parkerman View Post
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    Lá Fhéile Pádraig Shona Duit
    Gurab amhlaidh duit

    Gabhaim pardún agat
    Gabh mo leithscéal
    Love many, trust few, always paddle your own canoe

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    Quote Originally Posted by alan45 View Post
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    Lá Fhéile Pádraig Shona Duit

    Happy St Patrick's day
    Gurab amhlaidh duit

    The same to you


    Gabhaim pardún agat

    I apologise
    Gabh mo leithscéal

    Excuse me?

    I know online translators can be unreliable and I couldn't find a phrase one, so I had to do each word separately. Do correct me if I got them wrong I think I may have with the last two
    Thanks CrazyLea

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    Gabhaim pardún agat

    I beg your pardon


    Gabh mo leithscéal

    Pardon me?


    That is the end of the Gaelic (Irish) as opposed to Gallic (Scots) until we win the triple crown on Saturday
    Love many, trust few, always paddle your own canoe

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    Thanks Alan.

    Why is it that the English celebrate St Patrick's day more than St George's? I went out tonight and it was rammed. People had hats on, there was banners up and people were drinking Guinness (including me, I hate the stuff. Pretty good hangover cure though). There's none of that when George comes around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abigail View Post
    Thanks Alan.

    Why is it that the English celebrate St Patrick's day more than St George's? I went out tonight and it was rammed. People had hats on, there was banners up and people were drinking Guinness (including me, I hate the stuff. Pretty good hangover cure though). There's none of that when George comes around.
    Cause a) the Irish KNOW how to party and b) there was a mass exodus to the UK in the 80's so there is a huge Irish population there
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