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Chinese Take Aways - Overrated?
 
# 46 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 11:24
 
 
Someone said :
I heard years ago they were stealing swan eggs and swans for food source and they had to get volunteers to keep an eye on the swans and eggs.

Duirt bean liom go nduirt bean lei.
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# 47 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 14:23
 
 
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# 48 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 14:42
 
 
Two of those are in the UK and one is only what some locals have reported to some second rate newspaper. Hardly any better than rumours.

Also, nothing to do with Nigerians.

Those stupid urban myths are little more than very thinly veiled racism.
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# 49 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 15:44
 
 
Mango I never did Irish at school as I am only half Irish.
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# 50 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 15:56
 
 
Mango, can you translate? google translate has your phrase as:

Woman told me that a woman told her.

Is this what you meant? unsubstantiated rumours?
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# 51 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 16:10
 
 
Oh right yes. True never believe rumors as they are gossip.
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# 52 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 16:34
 
 
Someone said :
Mango, can you translate? google translate has your phrase as:

Woman told me that a woman told her.

Is this what you meant? unsubstantiated rumours?

That is about how the Irish phrase would be translated. (May an additional "A" at the start, but that absence doesn't make it harder to understand.)
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# 53 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 16:55
 
 
Thanks for the update I understand now.
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# 54 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 17:02
 
 
Thanks Ozren for the clarification.
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# 55 : Sunday 19-2-2017 @ 19:19
 
 
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# 56 : Monday 20-2-2017 @ 10:38
 
 
Don't like Chinese food myself.
Indian all the way
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# 57 : Monday 20-2-2017 @ 12:02
 
 
Someone said :
Don't like Chinese food myself.
Indian all the way

I find Indian food is often too greasy. It would be awesome if they could make it less so.

Chinese food on the other hand is often too sweet.
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# 58 : Monday 20-2-2017 @ 12:10
 
 
I use a place called Korma at home.
It's restaurant quality food Always really tasty and well made.

The lamb balti is shaggable.

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# 59 : Monday 20-2-2017 @ 12:38
 
 
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# 60 : Monday 20-2-2017 @ 13:00
 
 
Someone said :
Don't like Chinese food myself.
Indian all the way

Indian food gives me the trots!
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