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22.
A beautiful country! full of the most Friendliest people you will ever meet! Beautiful women! Invented guinness and the colour green Beautiful culture and music! Incredible landscape Won eurovision more times then anyone else!
Sexiest accents ever. Irishmen can talk there way out of anything. Defeated the vikings and the english!
although i am not irish i wish i was!. The irish are just great
God save ireland!
by Yankeydoodle August 26, 2009
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Ireland is one of the most beautiful, mystic, and messed up countries in the world.
It rains a lot, but that just makes it more green and gorgeous. I have never seen a more beautiful sight than when I watched the sun go down, perched on some rocks on an obscure little beach near Dunfanaghy. It was pissing it down, but somehow it made it even more beautiful.
Unfortunately because I was raised in London (born near Creeslough up in Donegal) and i go there every holiday I've been subject to a fair bit of prejudice.
I can safely say that I have met some lovely Irish people who have only been nice.
Unluckily some teenager heard me speaking to my mum and decided to spit on me and call me a 'pommie fucker'. I was 8.
But I love it anyway. Growing up listening to my Granny telling me stories about Finn mac Cumhaill and his Fianna it was like I could touch the magic.
I have no doubt, though I adore England, Ireland is the most magical place I have ever visited.
The native language is Gaelic which is amazing when spoken. My granny tried and failed teaching me it, but I can read a few words.
England and Ireland should be friends.
by IrishEnglish April 20, 2009
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Ireland is a Island/Country. Beacuse it's an island it rains alot. The main tounges there are English Gaeilge and Polish. Many people want to be irish beacuse they think it's A good chick/man picker uper or just want to be cool/fit in.
Emiley: Im irish!
Me: Oh really where from Ireland?
Emiley: You know.... Dublin!
Me: Yeah sure....
-Real Irish-
John:Hey Im Irish
Me:Oh really were from?
John:NAAS
Me: Oh woah im from Cill Cullen!
by Irish lad November 28, 2006
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The sweetest most amazing girl you will ever meet in the world! She is kind to all an amazing singer but is sensitive when it comes to her best friends not liking her. if you have a friend named ireland you were definetely blessed. She is a gift from god! she is pretty, talented, athletic, smart. she can kick butt in soccer and softball anytime anywhere! The most amazing girl in the world! she is definetely a boy magnet. all the guys be all over her. even wierd ones. all the girls wish they were her, but too bad they arent! no one could be as amazing as her! great at giving advice and always listens
Hey who's that beautiful girl over there
Oh that girl. thats ireland!
by thegirlwhoknowsthings March 23, 2011
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Ireland is a beautiful country. Whenever I have visited with my Granny (Who is Irish) people have been so friendly. I love visiting Dublin and seeing all the famous landmarks, including the guiness factory. There is also the 'Cockles and Mussels song (Also called the Molly Malone song)' which I have loved since I was a child.
Molly Malone / Cockles And Mussels

Alive alive oh
alive alive ohh
Singing cockles and mussels
alive alive ohhh

In Dublin's fair city
where the girls are so pretty
I once met a girl named sweet Molly Malone
and she wheeled her wheel barrow
through the streets broad and narrow
singing cockles and mussels alive alive oh

She was a fish monger
and sure was no wonder
so were her mother and father before
and they wheeled their wheel barrow
through the streets broad and narrow
singing cockles and mussels alive alive oh

She died of a fever
and so one could save her
and that was the end of sweet Molly Malone
now her ghost wheels her barrow through the streets broad and narrow
singing cockles and mussels alive alive oh

Alive alive oh
alive alive ohh
Singing cockles and mussels
alive alive ohhh

One of Ireland's most famous folk songs!!
by SophieLovesDublin November 07, 2009
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27.
A large island to the west of the UK (excluding Northern Ireland). Contrary to popular (largely ignorant American) opinion, the Irish do not sit around drinking and swearing all day, and if any of you so-called 'Irish-Americans' had ever been, you would know that. Ireland is a country rich in culture, particularly that of sean nos singing and storytelling- many children in Ireland, particularly in Meath and the surrounding counties, grow up with the old legends of the High Kings, the Fiana and giants, monsters and witches-this is evidence of the amazing Irish imagination and gift for story-telling.

Ireland has been plagued by American and English sterotypes, such as the misconception that we are all drunkards, or that we all speak with a hugely fake Cork accent and say 'top o' the morning to ya, laddie' - I have lived here my entire life and not once have I heard an Irish person say that seriously. The fact that Americans 'imitate' us by say 'top o' the morning' is I think due to those stupid Lucky Charms commercials, and whoever wrote them should die a horrible death :)
Irishman: 'Hello, how are you?'
American: 'OMG are you from Ireland? Top o' the morning to ya!'
Irishman: *punches American*
by Roisín O'Gara February 16, 2009
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28.
The best country in the world! A bit of advice though
1. We speak Gaeilge not Gaelic
2. We are not Leprechauns
3. We do not all live on potatoes
4. Most of us speak English so please don't try to talk down to us.
5. We are not all drunks (Well the kids aren't)
6. We do have a green countryside... We'd like to keep it that way.
7. The weather is almost never good here.. be sure to bring an umbrella!
8.Only country with a holiday celebrated world-wide.

9. Home to amazing musicians and actors. (Roy7, The Script, The Cranberries, Colin Farrell,Pierce Brosnan , Saorsee Ronan etc.)

10.Ireland has been plagued by American and English sterotypes, such as the misconception that we are all drunkards, or that we all speak with a hugely fake Cork accent and say 'top o' the morning to ya, laddie' - I have lived here my entire life and not once have I heard an Irish person say that seriously. The fact that Americans 'imitate' us by say 'top o' the morning' is I think due to those stupid Lucky Charms adverts, and whoever wrote them should die a horrible death :)
11. I could go on and on about how awesome Ireland is but.. You already know don't you?
Irishman: 'Hello, how are you?'
American: 'OMG are you from Ireland? Top o' the morning to ya!'
Irishman: *punches American*
by Tiffy6666 October 12, 2011
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