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The Irish are a fair people, they never speak well of one another
Samuel Johnson

An Irish homosexual is one who prefers women to drink
Sean O'Faolain

Like an Irishman's obligation, all on the one side, and always yours
English saying

The trouble with Ireland is that it's a country full of genius, with absolutely no talent
Hugh Leonard

A servile race in folly nursed, who truckle most when treated worst
Jonathan Swift

If one could teach the English to talk and the Irish to listen, society would be quite civilised
Oscar Wilde

Give an Irishman lager for a month, and he's a dead man. An Irishman is lined with copper, and the beer corrodes it, but whiskey polishes the copper and is the saving of him
Mark Twain

Put an Irishman on a spit and you can always find another one to turn him
Bernard Shaw

For the Irish, there are no stars in the sky
English saying

The Irish and the Dutch, They don't amount to much, But hooroo for the Scandinoovian!
American folk rhyme

The Irish, the Irish, They don't amount to much, But they're all a darn sight better, Than the dirty, dirty Deustch.
American folk rhyme

Other people have a nationality. The Irish and the Jews have a psychosis.
Brendan Behan, Irish writer and playwright

For the Irish there are no stars.
English saying

Like an Irishman's obligation, all on one side.
English saying

As sluttish and slatternly as an Irishwoman bred in France.
Irish saying

The Irishman is never at peace except when he is fighting.
Irish saying

The Irish are a fair people; they never speak well of one another.
Dr Samuel Johnson, British critic, poet and lexicographer

Ireland is the sow that eats her farrow.
James Joyce, Irish author, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 1914

The problem with Ireland is that it's a country full of genius, but with absolutely no talent.
Hugh Leonard, Irish writer

An Irish queer is a fellow who prefers women to drink.
Scan O'Faolain, Irish novelist

A servile race in folly nursed, Who truckle most when treated worst.
Jonathan Swift, British satirist and essayist

 

 


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