A varient of "How's it going" or the American "How's it hanging". Used quite a bit in the south of Ireland, especially in Cork.
Cork Feen: Here Bai, how's the form?
Cork Bai: Ah you know, sure I'm da berries since I got that massive tumour removed.
Cork Feen: ....daecent, daecent.

Translation:
Cork Male: Hey Man, how's it going?
Cork Male 2: Well, I've been great since I got that massive tumour removed.
Cork Male:....good, good.
by Jackelrayn June 27, 2006
Inquiring as to someone's temprement or physical wellbeing. Another way of saying "how are you doing?"
John- "Yes Joe, how's the form lad?"

Joe- "Aye, not too bad. And yerself?"
by jus me August 29, 2008
a very irish way of saying "how are you feeling today"
"well lad hows the form?"
"ah sure im grand i suppose"

"well lad hows the form?"
"ah sure im grand i suppose"

"well lad hows the form?"
"ah sure im grand i suppose"

"well lad hows the form?"
"ah sure im grand i suppose"
by irishmurphy1995 July 28, 2011

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