Craic & Codology

IRELAND’S POST-BREXIT LEXICON

Down in the Louth: Acute feeling of depression caused by an inability to pop across to the neighbours at will.
Belfasting: Abstaining from food purchased in a neighbouring jurisdiction due to unfortunate circumstances.
Newryotic: State of high anxiety induced by fear of having to spend excessive amounts of money by shopping locally.
Omaghgod!: Common phrase uttered by someone encountering a border guard.
Portrushing: Making a dash for a free opening, access point, etc, before it closes.


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