Dating an irish american
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you speak the same language, but have you ever watched the Angelus after putting your togs in the hot press while eating a sliced pan? Feck is totally fine to use in any situation, in front of her Mammy. If she calls you a feckin eejit, don't be too offended, it's pretty much a term of endearment. If she calls you a ride, take it as a massive compliment. She has some of the best slang ever, even if you have no idea what it means. She resents the assumption that every Irish person knows each other, but yes, she has probably been on the piss with Colin Farrell's brother's neighbour.
Feck is not as bad as a certain other four-letter F-word.
That pasty Irish skin needs all the help it can get.
You just need to get used to the smell of fake tan.
Your observations are quite interesting and appreciated.
A friend of mine, however, rather goodlooking and french aswell has been on the dating scene for a while.
He's what you could say a libertine who is seeking relationships but will never compromise his personal freedom to have other relationships at the same time with anyone, and he's obviously cool with his partners doing the same.
Though they definitely care less about a guy's looks than their social status, as in are they generally popular (or popular within a subculture niche for the more alternative types) so they're not exactly shallow like men tend to be.
Used to be that Rugby was up there with GAA for preferred sports but since Paddy Jackson and co.'s legal issues came to light that has made a big dent in rugby's reputation with the more liberal minded girls.
I don't think irish girls are picky or harder to impress. Also later you said that they dress more, let's say, "liberally" at work with yoga pants etc.