Wednesday, July 23, 2014

19 Words That Have A Totally Different Meaning In Ireland

Get up the yard.

"Wagon"

"Wagon"

What it normally means: A vehicle with four wheels, normally pulled by horses.

What it means in Ireland: An especially annoying woman.

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"Delicatessen"

"Delicatessen"

What it normally means: A small shop that sells high-quality foods.

What is means in Ireland: A counter in a corner shop that will make you a chicken fillet roll with loads of coleslaw.

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"Drying"

"Drying"

What it normally means: To make something become dry.

What it means in Ireland: The measure of a fine day.

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"Wooden spoon"

"Wooden spoon"

What it normally means: A spoon made from wood.

What it means in Ireland: A method of enforcement.

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22 People Who Are Having A Way Worse Summer Than You

How’s your summer going?

Anyone leaving the beach looking like this:

Anyone leaving the beach looking like this:

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Anyone dancing next to campfires:

Anyone dancing next to campfires:

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Anyone who shouldn't be playing with fireworks:

Anyone who shouldn't be playing with fireworks:

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And anyone too unlucky to be near them:

And anyone too unlucky to be near them:

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