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Hard Neck (n): cheek Hardchaw, Hardman (n): rough person, the type who's ready for a fight at the drop of a hat - "Yeah you, wha' ya lookin' a?" Hard Tack (n): spirits (usually whiskey), neat Hash (n): to mess up, e.g.Derived from the visit of Boris Yeltsin to Shannon when he was apparantly too drunk to get off the plane. Claim (v): if you claim somebody you are picking a fight. Clatter (n): slap Clique (n): a group Close (n): humid, as in "it's very close" Cnawvshawling (v): complaining Cock (n): penis Cock manger (n): urinals Cod (v): having someone on, as in: "Aw, g'wan, yer only coddin' me" Coodle (n): shit Cog (v): copy someone else's work at school Colcannon (v): Mashed potatoes, cabbage or kale & butter, served at halloween Complan (n): meal supplement, usually drunk by pregnant women and grannies Conditioner (Fabric) (n): fabric softener Confo (n): confirmation (Catholic sacrament) Conkers (n): chestnuts Cop on (to yourself) (v): get a life/don't be so stupid Coppertop/ coppernob (n): Gingerhaired person Cop shop (n): Garda station Cooker (n): stove Corner boy (n): somebody who hangs around aimlessly on the streets(gen a youth); used by older people Covers (n): bedclothes Cow Juice (n): milk Crack (n): fart Cracker (a): wonderful Craic (n): (pronounced crack) fun time and good conversation Crisps (n): potato chips (cold) Crock (n): bad car; crock of shite is same as ball of shite.Cub (n): young boy Culchie (n): a city dweller's name for a country person Cute hoors (n): usually politicians - it implies deviousness and crookedness.a mug of rosie and a doorstep Dope (n): idiot, more playful than eejit On the Doss (v): To be goofing off Dosser (n): layabout, useless Dote (n): a lovely little thing, usually a baby or a nice person Down the Swanie (phr): down the drain Doxie (n): a lady of the night who plies her trade on the docks Drain da snake (phr): have a piss, take a leak Drawers (n): underwear, usually ladies' :-) Dressed to the nines (phr): done up, in your Sunday best Drink Link (n): a bank ATM Drop the hand (phr): gain access to a female's nether regions, go below the belt etc.Dry Shite (n): a dull, boring person Dry up (phr): Shut up!

Someone you disapprove of can be 'a right old hoor', but you can also have 'not a bad old hoor' ( kind of grudging respect). (phr): Is there anyone good looking/ interesting about? " - typical greeting Hump, the (n): sulking Hunkers, on your (n): crouching down (squatting) I am in me wick (phr): you must be joking! or very bad news Kimberley's (n): local biscuits, used to be made by Jacob's Kip (n): a dump or a dive Kip, to have a (n): short sleep, nap Kisser (n) mouth Knackered (v): very tired Knacker's yard (n): an abattoir Knickers (n): ladies' underwear also Don't get ur knickers in a twist (phr): don't worry yourself Knick-knacking (v): ringing a doorbell and running away Knicks (n) sports shorts Knob (n): penis Knobs (n): breasts Knocked up (v): pregnant Knock someone up (v): call around to someone's house on business Lack (n):girlfriend/sex slave Ladhb (n): awkward looking lad. Layin' a cable (phr) : taking a crap Legger, do a (phr): to abscond from the scene Legging (it) (v): moving at pace!

"Wise up ya gack ye." "Those shoes are gacky looking." Gaff (n): house Gallery (n): great fun, someone is a gallery-entertaining person- a mad laugh Galya (n): baby Gameball (exclam): OK Gammy (a): shitty, a load of crap, useless Gander (n): a nosey look Ganky (n): ugly, unpleasant woman (Co.

Cork) Gansey (n): sweater, jersey, pullover or loads (of something) Gargle (n & v): alcohol - to go out drinking Gary Glitter (n): your shitter or arse Gas (a): funny Gasún (gossoon) (n): child Gasur (n): young boy Gatch (n): an unusual way of walking e.g.

(phr): Dismissive response, indicating general disdain and disbelief Gowl (n): stupid person/idiot; vagina Grand (a): fine, nice Growler (n): female genitalia (hairy growler) Gushie/rushie (n): to throw up a sweet/candy or coin and have a crowd of kids run to catch it.

Guard (n): policeman - also Razzers, the Razz, mule, pigs, shades, a female guard is a "banner" - (the irish for police woman is Ban Garda).