Tá Mé Homo

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actual footage of dogs when there are no people around

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Anonymous asked: "literally all you talk about is Ireland, that you/your mum are Irish, how you miss Ireland, how you wanna be in Ireland..."

You don’t know me very well if you think that’s “literally” all I talk about.

I’ve talked about how much I miss it lately because I recently got back from being there for 8 weeks. Obviously I’m going to talk about where I was for half the summer.

Can’t help it if I prefer it to being here. Don’t like it, don’t follow me.

In short, get over yourself and kiss my ass.

posted 54 minutes ago with 3 notes

thankyoucorndog:

boomer-overboard:

thankyoucorndog:

"boy i’m in a great mood!"

"oh, please. you can’t REALLY be in a great mood. there are people out there who just got raises. people just got married. people are being reunited with their families right now. how dare you say you’re happy."

The equivalent of someone saying you can’t be sad because other people have it worse than you.

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PSA: Yes technically it is gaelic but most Irish people just call it Irish to distinguish it from Scottish gaelic. 

posted 1 hour ago with 1 note

zaughty:

This is so cute

zaughty:

This is so cute


Anonymous asked: "It's called Munster Irish but most people in Leinster use it too.. Connacht Irish has a harder-to-understand dialect I think, but the spellings are the same for the most part"

I seeeee. Interesting. 

posted 1 hour ago

Anonymous asked: "Stick to Munster Irish it's probably the 'most standard' with regard to dialect"

My family’s from Leinster tho

Why Munster? Wouldn’t it be Connacht since that’s where most of the Gaeltachtaí are?

posted 1 hour ago

dotlux:

when I’m late to class but I see someone hot.

posted 1 hour ago via homo666ual · © dotlux with 1,878 notes

Tá mé homo

posted 1 hour ago with 3 notes

I feel like Irish is hard to learn online because even though there’s technically a standard, different places use different dialects. 

posted 1 hour ago

  • her: come over
  • me: i can't my dog just fell asleep on my lap
  • her: my parents aren't home
  • me: he is ASLEEP