Top Definition
To leave unexpectedly and candidly; To suddenly exit the premises with no warning or notification; typically while extremely intoxicated, so much that one cannot usually communicate the fact that one is deciding to leave.
"What happened to Fitzy last night?"
"Oh... He pulled the worst Irishman's exit I've ever seen. I was talking to him one minute, the next minute he's gone."

"Did Sully drive us home last night?"
"No. I have no idea where Sully went last night"
--Sully pulled an Irishman's Exit and called a cab by himself to an alternate bar, not remembering any of it.--
by Brian Peters November 21, 2007
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