My Great Grand father came from Ireland and married an American Indian.
His name was: Duffy Mac Duffy MacCallister. He bought a large farm and raised a large family on it. In those days you had a lot of children so they could help out with the chores.
As I so eloquently commented on someone's post:
"My name is Sinead and my parents were married in Ireland, where I was the flower girl(aka a leprechaun, obviously). I'm a traditional Irish bastard-child too. And I love beer!
Am I the Irishest? *glug*.... *buuuuuurp...
I have no idea what quiz these people are getting their answers from, but i can guarantee i beat them all.
2nd Gen on mom's side 3rd on dad's, i register in at 95% pure Irish. I may not have the red hair or brogue, but i do have the pride and stubbornness that follows.
This is the result:
You're 40% Irish You're probably less Irish than you think you are...
But you're still more Irish than most.
.. and this is my comment:
I AM NOT EVEN AN IRISH!!!! ^^,
used to be in a long-distance relationship with an Irish boy 8 years younger...
Well apart from the fact I was born in England, have lived in Ireland for most of my life.
Am only 75% Irish according to that quiz.
Potatoes for breakfast,. lunch and dinner? More likely is Italian, Mexican and Indian/Pakistani!
OK I have had Guinness for breakfast ...