This book contains adult language and may offend your sense of good taste.
‘This book proves that the Irish language lives and is in rude health.’
Garry Bannister, for many the enfant terrible of Irish language studies, ‘has a sharp ear that makes you wonder where he spends most of his time.’ (Alan Titley)
Do you want to find out what the gaeilgeoir means when he/she uses the Irish words for ‘nerdy’, ‘well-hung’, ‘effing and blinding’, ‘slimeball’ or ‘drop-dead-gorgeous’? It’s all there, with numerous entries under the letters C and F.
Already a cult hit, Kiss My… will appeal to the Irish-language student and the open-minded traveller alike.
|Dimensions||.175 x .111 x .15 mm|
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