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From the wet weather to Copper Face Jacks, there’s many a reason not to miss Ireland
Uplifting, sweet and often nonsensical, the mad sayings that could only come from Ireland.
Many old Irish traditions have disappeared over the years, but when it comes to matters of love, a few survive.
Before you come to Ireland, get yourself acquainted with some of the Irish phrases that might confuse you.
Our favorite phrases Irish people use when being brutally honest.
Prepare to be homesick after reading this.
From the coldest to the fastest, here are some of the funniest Irish place names.
Signs that you've had a good rural rearing in the auld Emerald Isle.
Cliffhangers, complaining, reposts, and addictive stupid games, you know it's all true.
This ancient food substance, buried as a form of refrigeration, is 5,000 years old, from the Iron Age.
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