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Admittedly, there are some notable exceptions here and our men are definitely catching up when it comes to their skills in the kitchen (Jamie Oliver, we are indebted to you! However, the Irish Mammy's dedication to making sure that the apple of her eye is well fed well into his 30s means that the likelihood of him presenting you with a perfectly balanced crab risotto is slim to none. You may have memorised every tea order in your office by heart but most Irish men don't trouble themselves with these little details so don't take it personally if he gives you a 'milk and two sugars' even though you're lactose intolerant.
In no other country would they understand that if he goes to the effort of measuring just the right amount of sugar, that's practically an engagement.
Sunday afternoons in the summer will be spent watching GAA with her. She may cry when she's hungover and can't get her hands on chicken fillet rolls/Superquinn sausages/Supermacs/Tayto/Club Orange. If you get her drunk enough, she'll teach you Irish dancing (Michael Flatley eat your heart out). No, she does not think it's hilarious when you do a leprechaun accent or say 'Top of the morning'.
She has an awesome sense of humour, but potato jokes are just.
with a pair of 'good' shoes for Christmas/weddings.
Although, if it's good enough for the Anchorman crew, it's good enough for us!
Even if she's not into sport, put her in front of an Ireland rugby or football match and she turns into a super fan. If she invites you to a family wedding, prepare to meet all 47 of her first cousins. When you're sick, she'll insist flat 7UP is the best cure.
Some girls worry about a wandering eye but an Irish girl has much stiffer competition for her man's affections than some randomer in a pub.you speak the same language, but have you ever watched the Angelus after putting your togs in the hot press while eating a sliced pan? Feck is totally fine to use in any situation, in front of her Mammy. If she calls you a feckin eejit, don't be too offended, it's pretty much a term of endearment. If she calls you a ride, take it as a massive compliment. She has some of the best slang ever, even if you have no idea what it means. She resents the assumption that every Irish person knows each other, but yes, she has probably been on the piss with Colin Farrell's brother's neighbour. Feck is not as bad as a certain other four-letter F-word. Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.The main difference with Spark can be summed up in one word - quality.
We may give out about them but at the end of the day, we know there's nothing better than having a sound Irish lad on your arm.