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10.
A vaguely disseminated anti-Irish urban legend bearing no verifiable proofs in reality. IT was probably confused by the fact that all healthy women with a sense of humor will inevitably fall madly in love with any Irish man, especialy it they are Orangemen.
The Irish curse is a lie -for fok's sake look at this sausage!
Wow, you are right! Plus you fucked me better than any other man of any other nationatity or racial affiliation!
by destouches January 03, 2005
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1.
A very small penis. A baby corn. A baby dick. A bottle cap. A Cocktail Weiner.
I was born in Boston, Mass which is perhaps the only state in the Union where being stricken by The Irish Curse is not unusual.
-- from Martin Casella's Off-Broadway play, THE IRISH CURSE
by Kieran Riley March 09, 2010
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2.
All Potatoes, No Meat!
Small Penis and large testicles
All Potatoes, No Meat!
by PDuffy June 03, 2005
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3.
The classic definition is "red nose, short hose"; i.e., the tendency of Irish men to take to alcohol and to have a smaller than average penis.
"Yes, I suffer from the Irish Curse"--uttered by a guest on the Howard Stern show's episode about small penises.
by The other Theo February 09, 2004
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4.
The Irish Curse refers to how Irish men usually have small penises. Variations can also include drunkenness or large testes.
Unfortunately, I am a victim of the Irish Curse. My penis is only a little over four inches.
by Jeremy July 25, 2004
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5.
A complete definition of the Irish Curse would be the combination of very small penis/very LARGE testicles.
by Sean July 14, 2003
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6.
The English, of course.
Belligerent English thugs have been the Irish curse for centuries.
by ruadhagan August 31, 2005
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7.
also known as "The Whisky Dick", the Irish Curse is the inability to maintain an erection due to excessive consumption of alcohol
Colin Farrell mentioned he had a case of the Irish curse after drinking too much one night and taking a lady home
by Datamaster General February 20, 2004
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