For the Love of Irish Pubs

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  • actual irish person posted 4 years ago

    Oh yes there is such an irish word - 'craic agus ceol' - It's also used all the time in everyday speech in Ireland. The term was historically used in the north of england and had been adopted into the irish language over time but that has happened so much between the two languages that I think you're perhaps being a little pedantic Mr. Paisley?

    And so guinness as a company was started by a protestant family - you can be protestant and irish! Stop being an eejit!

  • Ian Paisley posted 4 years ago

    No such think as craic - no such Iorish word.

    Guinness is prominently Anglo-Irish PROTESTANT family brewery.

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