1) An ancient race of people, who used to inhabit Great Britain prior to the Roman and Saxon invaders. The race was, like most ancient races wiped out by intermarriage between the many different inhabitants of Great Britain. These included, The Anglo's, Saxons, Jutes, Picts, Scots, Danes, Gauls, Roman Britons, Normans and Celts etc. There are probably others to. The languages of these races have survived to this day mainly due to a strange belief that it will improve the life of the people of Wales, Scotland, Ulster and Ireland. As well as a nostalgia for a period that is poorly recorded and was not at all romantic. Its main purpose as a language (there are many versions) is to give nationalists something to do, to waste education money trying to restart a dead language that was dead for a reason, and finally to really annoy English tourists with names they cant even pronounce.
2) A Scottish football team that for some reason thinks its Irish
1) Celtic-blah blah blah...dribble, spit
English-Just across the road
2)I live in scotland, I've never been to Ireland but I'm going to tell them what their doing wrong and try to stir up trouble because it wont effect me