Dublinisms


#382

Like a bag a water…


#383

Locked. Gargled.


#384

Rat-arsed


#385

Gee eyed


#386

Sloshed


#387

Full as a bingo bus


#388

Absolutely Harpered.


#389

Ossified
Pissed as a fart


#390

Or two other ones
‘I’d eat chips out of her knickers’ or ‘I’d leave hickies on her sh**e’ !!!


#391

A Podge & Rodgerism…

“I’d leave her with a face like a painter’s radio”.


#392

He was sideways


#393

That’s an old Viz one I’d say, Beeko.


#394

Some really filthy bastards on here. *

  • this is not a Dublinism - merely an observation.

#395

I think Beeko is correct as to the source

While we’re being a tad vulgar, who could forget the classic “I wouldn’t ride her into battle”


#396

Wouldn’t ride her with yours…


#397

It was “like a plasterers radio” in Viz back in the late 80s


#398

He’d get up on a clipped hedge!


#399

Jeez Harry, yer showing your age now.

Viz and the Sunday Sport, ah the memories!


#400

:grinning:


#401

Cracked plate…Crack of Dawn…He’d ride anything with a pulse…