Baile Sweet Baile, or Home Sweet Home, handprinted onto Irish Linen in Belfast by Placed, a beautiful range of Irish language / Gaeilge inspired homewares and stationery. Available from the Etsy Placed shop. etsy.com/shop/placed

Baile Sweet Baile, or Home Sweet Home, handprinted onto Irish Linen in Belfast by Placed

Is fearr Gaeilge briste, ná Béarla clíste.  Iss faar Gay-el-geh brish-teh naw Bay-er-lah clish-teh.  Broken Irish is better than clever English.

Is fearr Gaeilge briste, ná Béarla clíste. Broken Irish is better than clever English.

Funny as Gaeilge :D

” Irish puns are the best puns. :-D (D’ith cheapairí-o, pronounced like DiCaprio. Means ‘ate sandwiches’.

Ó labhair an teanga Ghaeilge liom,  'Sí teanga cheart na nGael:  An teanga bhinn is ársa 'ta  Lé fáil ar fud an tsaoil.

Ó labhair an teanga Ghaeilge liom, 'Sí teanga cheart na nGael: An teanga bhinn is ársa 'ta Lé fáil ar fud an tsaoil.

Bíonn siúlach scéalach - Travelers have stories / Siúl - Walk / Scéal - Story /Clarendon Street's road sign by OrliPix, via Flickr / Go to http://www.daltai.com/proverbs/ for pronunciation and more info on this proverb

The World's Best Photos by OrliPix

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Long Accent Mark: There is a big difference between "eating cake" and "eating sh_t" hahaha.

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a poor man's feast in every bite. This one is cheese and onion flavor. Tayto crisps (chips) are like Lay's here in the States.

"Tiocfaidh ár lá meaning 'Our Day will come' (pronounced 'chucky are la') is perhaps the best known Irish Republican slogan as Gaeilge and it has become commonly used in places far away from Ireland! Tiocfaidh ar la as a slogan is popular with Revolutionaries who have links in solidarity with the struggle for Irish liberation, for instance, E.T.A and the Basque peoples." hubpages

"Tiocfaidh ár lá meaning 'Our Day will come' (pronounced 'chucky are la') is perhaps the best known Irish Republican slogan as Gaeilge and it has become commonly used in places far away from Ireland! Tiocfaidh ar la as a slogan is popular with Revolutionaries who have links in solidarity with the struggle for Irish liberation, for instance, E.T.A and the Basque peoples." hubpages

Kevin Griffin makes this film about the last Farmer in Clifden to swim his cattle to Turbot island for summer pasture

Beautifully captured narrative film, The Crossing by Irish based photographer Kevin Griffin.

Des Bishop, mo laoch! haha.  Gaeilge

Des Bishop, mo laoch! haha. Gaeilge

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