Paddington

Your all lucky...

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...Fecks, at midnight sarrada night/Sunday morning and onwards you'l get a chance to get on the demo, Me however, needs to learn crap loads of lines for a massive assement on tuesday...Sheer bad craic like, im actually quite gutted :(

Note to others, cba to change the words now but

Sarrada means = Saturday

Craic means = Banter, have a laugh on etc

Feck = a polite way of saying F**K.

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Fecks is what they say on father ted :D .. sarrada im guessing is saturday :D and i have no clue what craic is .. but yee :D nice thread Paddington, it really made me think how gutted you must feel ... ahh well, good luck with your assesment on tuesday, we'll all update you on what your missing.

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It's all Irish slang :D

Feck = Well, a very similar word

Craic = Fun basically, or craic can mean form too like Simply Perfect said

Sarrada = don't have a clue... Saturday maybe?

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My bad lads, im talking "mackem"(person from sunderland etc..)

Reet

Sarrada means = Saturday

Craic means = Banter, have a laugh on etc

Feck = a polite way of saying F**K

il try using "proper" english from now on, and while im at it, if i say the word "marra" it means mate.

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Is craic the equivalent of: What's the crack here then? = What's the craic here then?

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Is craic the equivalent of: What's the crack here then? = What's the craic here then?

You mean how you pronounce it? Yeah you're correct :D

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Is craic the equivalent of: What's the crack here then? = What's the craic here then?

Yes craic is pronounced like crack, but is spelled craic.

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Oh yeah go me (Does that fist waving emoticon) I'm the Gaelic king :D

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good thing I can read this and not listen to it, because then I'd really be lost

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good thing I can read this and not listen to it, because then I'd really be lost

:D

I may actually get on the demo, learning the lines a lil quicker than i thought, Fingures crossed like.

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I used to know alot of Geordie slang cos my old neighbour was from up there so I learnt alot that way but I've forgotten most of it lol

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I used to know alot of Geordie slang cos my old neighbour was from up there so I learnt alot that way but I've forgotten most of it lol

Ow ye cheeky get, Dont call it "Geordie" :mad: Biggest insult to a Mackem that mate. :(

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well i say your lucky that you can understand him

i have difficulties (as english is not my first option you know )

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