A phrase from the Irish word craic meaning with the English/urban equivalent of: what is happening in your life since last we met./give me the 411.

cultural similarities between Celtic communities in the UK has allowed the slang terms to have acceptable usage in all Celtic community dialects.
1:-So what's the craic? doin fine still up north, TB
2:-nowt much, started college this week.
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Craic meaning fun in Gaeilge. If someone asks you Whats the Craic this means How are you? Is there anything fun happening? Used as a greeting in Ireland Also used is Whats the story? Meaning Is there any news?
Whats the craic with tomorrow night? This means whats happening tomorrow night.
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An Irish saying, referring to "what's up?" or "whats going on?"

Correct response, is "The Craic is 90"
What's the Craic?

The craic is 90!
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a saying used by most people in nothern ireland to great some one or find out whats happening
right ls whats the craic
that was mad craic
klass craic lads
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(cilli joins the lobby) us yupping it cilli "whats the craic" us not yupping it anymore
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