Well, as we approach the day that makes us proud to be Irish, St Patrick’s Day, Twitter users are having their own fun and it’s very funny!
‘#BeingIrishMeans’ does what it says on the tin, people tweet about what it means to be Irish!
Using Irish culture, current affairs, and explaining what traditional slang means.
We’ve had a quick look and picked out some of the best ones. Feel free to add your own!
#BeingIrishMeans saying “I will yeah” when you have no intention of doing whatever you have just been asked to do.
— Andy Dunne (@Ballymoreman) March 15, 2016
#BeingIrishMeans thanking the driver as you get off the bus.
— Emma Wheatley (@EmmaAWheatley) March 15, 2016
#BeingIrishMeans “going for one” and coming home at 4am with a bag of chips.
— Aine Dempsey (@AineDempsey) March 15, 2016
#BeingIrishMeans dreading the words
“Leigh anois go cúramach
ar do scrúidpháipear
agus na ceisteanna
a ghabhann le Cuid A”
— charlotte (@nearlIywitches) March 15, 2016
#BeingIrishMeans having an unhealthy obsession with our news and weather presenters
— Louise Merrigan (@LouiseMerrigan) March 15, 2016
#BeingIrishMeans goen to croke park for a match and bringen your hang sandwiches and a flask of tae because its too dear to buy food there
— Sinéad Mooney (@Sineadmooney200) March 15, 2016
Brennans bread, tayto and tea for 5 star cuisine #BeingIrishMeans
— Mickey Finn (@RedladNew) March 15, 2016
I think that covers most bases. Let us know what #BeingIrishMeans!#BeingIrishMeans