To be exact.....Black Irish. There is some controversy as to whether there is such a thing.....I am proof. I have studied long hours and gone to Ireland tracing my family tree. The Spanish Armada did indeed invade Eire and were overtaken by the...
I'm named for her mother.
I've been to Ireland and it's a lovely place.
I've been to where my mother used to live in England, a city called Exeter. It was an interesting p,ace too, a jump off point for many other places in South western England.
if only half. We even have forms of whisky and coffee named for us. What's that...Irish coffee isn't anything but coffee with alcohol in it...blasphemy...each your mouth the ms fightin' words. We've got a great culture...everybody looks forward to St. Patrick's day...although no...
America. My granddad's brother moved to the US when he was 16/17 and when he moved there he couldn't get a job anywhere because of all the "No blacks, No dogs, No Irish" signs but when I went there on holidays a few years ago whenever anybody heard my accent they were telling me...
dont get me wrong im not racist, but i do love me ethnic history. from celtic lore to the myths to the battles fought, having the irish background and ancient history as part of my life is something that brings me iimmense joy.
My great- grandfather came to America, as an IRA member, in order to escape being hung by the British. My great-grandmother, his wife, came to America as an orphan. They raised a family in the Bronx, until he commit suicide. I am now a third generation American...
county Waterford, in the Republic of Ireland. She has a fairly large family, much the same as my Father.
I grew up in Waterford. It's only been holidays we went over to Galicia, to see my Father's family, until quite recently when I decided to move to Galicia.
one of my siblings not born in Ireland I have a duel citizenship I happen to be well educated and very proud of my heritage.
I've experienced the culture differences from living in Ireland the U.S. And the islands.
like Irish people and I think that they're fun to be around ! I read that Mamies beat you up using wooden spoons my mama does that too and we are from Sudan but she uses a wooden thing called mufraka it's shaped like a hammer and hurts like hell
The story of the Claddagh Ring began about five centuries ago in the fishing village of Claddagh, just outside the city of Galway. Almost every man in the village was a fisherman, and they would go to sea everyday to fish for food for their families and to sell to other villagers...
I'm a 15 year old crossdresser. I first started crossdressing when i was 14. I don't know how I got into it. I guess one day i wanted to try on my moms panties. I have taken her clothes before and worn them when she wasn't home. I would also sneak into her draw and grab her...
BLESS THE PUB O GOD WE PRAY
KEEP IT OPEN NIGHT AND DAY
BLESS THE LAGER AND THE STOUT
BY THE BOTTLE WE POUR IT OUT
BLESS THE PEOPLE THERE WITHIN
GIVE THEM TONIC WITH THERE GIN
BLESS THE MANS EITHER SEX
KEEP THEM FREE FROM BOUNCING CHEQUES
BLESS THE WHISKEY HOT OR COLD
a duke and duchess of conaught county. If it were not for invaders, my family would have the crown....or whatever a duke had... So yeah, part of my blood is irish royalty. So may all the hot and sexy people who can only be of Irish blood bow down.
This is why i have red hair naturally :) I love being Irish. It makes me happy to learn more about my heritage. There is still much more i wanna know. If anyone can tell me more about the Harper family in Ireland it would be appreciated :)
actually born in Scotland, by accident). Maybe apart from my maiden name which stands out as Irish from a mile away, I have not always *felt* particularly so, maybe because of growing up in the south of England. But a few things - like an appreciation of rain, potatoes, the...