Slang.ie - Cork Slang for Focal Sakehttp://www.slang.ie?county=CorkRSS feed for Slang.ie - Irish Slang for Focal Sake Like!I Want To Have Sex With Someonehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=I+want+to+have+sex+with+someoneI want to have sex with someone who got 10 inch penis. Who can hard fuuck me and satisfy me very well.ဖင္ခ်သည္http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=%26%234118%3B%26%234100%3B%26%234153%3B%26%234097%3B%26%234154%3B%26%234126%3B%26%234106%3B%26%234153%3Bသူသူဖင္ကို ကိုကုိတုပ္မွခ်သည္ ။Face!http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Face%21Used to describe or insult someoneI Will In My Arse!!http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=I+will+in+my+arse%21%21Sayin you'll do something (sarcastically)True Dat Laad!!http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=True+dat+laad%21%21Say it when agreeing with someone.You Eyeballin Me?!?http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=You+eyeballin+me%3F%21%3FSay to someone if they are staring at youYou Shneaky Shnaaake!!http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=You+shneaky+shnaaake%21%21A way of saying someone is very sneaky or sly. Must be pronounced correctly or it will sound weird :PG'luck Cha Anyway Laaad!!!http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=G%27luck+cha+anyway+laaad%21%21%21A way of saying goodbye. Grammatically proper as 'Good luck to you anyway lad'Crack Onhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=crack+onTo try it on with a girl.Scorry Or Skorryhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=scorry+or+skorryHawthorn berry haw from Irish sceanchoreasWhen The Flag Drops The Bullsh*t Stopshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=when+the+flag+drops+the+bullshit+stopsMoment of truthThe Bulbhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=The+bulbTo look like someone / the spitting imageEat An Apple Through A Letterboxhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Eat+an+apple+through+a+letterboxA person with buck teethI Will In Me Barneyhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=I+will+in+me+barneyThere's no way I'm doing it.Scientisthttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=ScientistAn awful eejitMe Feinerhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Me+feinerA selfish or self obsessed individual who's only looking out for himself/herself. Comes from Mé fein (irish for myself)Squirthttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=squirtUpstartJohonniehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=johonnieCondomPenny Barshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=penny+barsCheap sweetsSnotty Bridgehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=snotty+bridgeOld railway bridge pouladuffSkorieshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=skoriesHawthorn berries, hawsDe Collegehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=de+collegeUniversity College CorkDaleyardhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=daleyardFormer Murphy and O'Connor timberyard Bantry opposite Maritime HotelA Face Like A Horse's Asshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=a+face+like+a+horse%27s+assSelf explanatoryCrubeenshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=crubeensPigs trottersThe Vichttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=the+vicVictoria hospitalThe Bonzhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=the+bonzBon secours hospital college rd.The Arkhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=the+arkArcadia ballroom opposite railway stationThe Resthttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=the+restDancehall (the Restaurant) at UCCColliehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=collieGuard in Fitzgerald's ParkIron Throathttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=iron+throatThe former eye and ear and throat hospital western rd.Score (of Bowls)http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=score+%28of+bowls%29Game of road bowlingGoodiehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=goodieCrusts of bread boiled in milk wiht sultanasBackerhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=backerSpin on the back of a bicycleWilton Hiltonhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=wilton+hiltonCork University HospitalFTITMhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=FTITMFirst thing in the morningPisheoghttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=pisheogSuperstitionThe Bathshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=the+bathsStraight road outdoor or eglington st. swimming poolSlog (orchard)http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=slog+%28orchard%29To rob an orchardCowlacht From Irishhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=cowlacht+from+IrishHouse ruinBrachyhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=brachyGadding for cowsBarrshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=barrsSt. Finbarrs hurling and football clubTrinaceilehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=trinaceileMixed up from IrishSlachmar/slachvmarhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=slachmar%2FslachvmarNeat/tidy from IrishCommunion/cofirmation Moneyhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=communion%2Fcofirmation+moneySomeone careful with moneySpring Chickenhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=spring+chickenApplied to a woman to indicate she is no longer youngCreathurhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=creathurCreature, personGrámhar (gravher)http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=gr%E1mhar+%28gravher%29Lovable from Irish gráSegociahttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=segociaTerm of endearmentBen's Boutiquehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=ben%27s+boutiqueDunnes StoresKHhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=KHKute HoorHoggy Baashttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=hoggy+baasInhabitants of horgan's buildings, magazine road, corkCrosserhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=crosserA crossbar lift on a bikeBazzerhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=bazzerHaircutStrokehaulinghttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=strokehaulingGaffing usually salmon as in the River Lee which the threat of being caught by the baliffsNot Even A Garda Would Finda Therehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Not+even+a+Garda+would+finda+thereSomebody who is well hiddenI'm Beat Out Boyshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=I%27m+beat+out+boysSomebody that is tired or having a hangoverWould Ya Ever Shut Da F*ck Uphttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Would+ya+ever+shut+da+fuck+upSomebody going on about youS'up Sonnayyy?!?http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=S%27up+sonnayyy%3F%21%3FExpression used instead of, "How are you?"Now Now Now, Said The Brown Brown Cow.http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Now+now+now%2C+said+the+brown+brown+cow.Expression used instead of saying,"Now".Nut Jobhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=nut+jobCrazy personWhisht Awhilehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Whisht+awhileBe quiet for a whileWashin' Da Warehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Washin%27+da+wareCleaning the dishesClip Around The Earhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Clip+around+the+earA slap to the head/earSlap Ya Into The Middle Of Next Weekhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Slap+ya+into+the+middle+of+next+weekTo give someone a good hidingFruitloophttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=fruitloopCrazy personDoin' A Numberhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=doin%27+a+numberTo cause upset, distress, discomfort to someoneOne Agehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=one+ageBeing of the same age as another person.Doing The Dog On Ithttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Doing+the+dog+on+itBeing excessive in ones actionsGoing To Town On Ithttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=going+to+town+on+itTaking things too farPlashtichttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=PlashticPronounced (plash-tick) meaning: Utterly intoxicatedHatchethttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=hatchetAbsolutely brilliant.Shkyawayshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=ShkyawaysPronounced (shhk-ya-ways) meaning lopsided, sideways, messed up, all over the place, twisted in the wrong directionTown Sowhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=town+sowBold (bould) or obstinateWater The Horseshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Water+the+horsesUrinate (polite, vague)Drain The Main Veinhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Drain+the+main+veinUrinate (male)Gattinhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=gattinThe act of drinking alcoholic beverages with friends or acquaintances. Usually used by lower class or pikies from Cork.Daaaaphttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=daaaapDope stupid personBlacken Your Arse And Go Madhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Blacken+your+arse+and+go+madBlacken your arse and go mad.Blacken Me Arse An Go Madhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Blacken+me+arse+an+go+madBlack your arse and go manAway For Slateshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=away+for+slatesWent quickly or went unencumbered. May have to do without the old idea of having an account or owing money... having a slate, and maybe this the idea of being free from debt...For Fair Fashionhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=for+fair+fashionAt a fast speed or to do something well.You Had A Hilohttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=You+had+a+hiloYou had a fall.Tippin' Away Like A Small Tractorhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Tippin%27+away+like+a+small+tractorStill going!Aw Gody Aw Godyhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=aw+gody+aw+godyRepetitive expression when someone was hit by the teacherOff His Rockerhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=off+his+rockerMad (lunitic)Flahttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=flaSexYour Tearhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=your+tearKissing and courtingBatter Yahttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=batter+yaIll beat you upFlainghttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=flaingHaving sex with herFlabaghttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=flabagA woman of easy virtueThe Oldmanhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=the+oldmanYour fatherOn The Hophttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=on+the+hopSame as on the lang not going to schoolPanahttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=panaPatrick streetOlddollhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=olddollGirlfriendA Flahttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=a+flaTo have sexual intercourse also an idiotA Fiftyhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=a+fiftyWhen your date does not turn upCrafty Butcherhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Crafty+ButcherA Homosexual man. Someone who takes meat in the backdoor.Sccatterhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=SccatterRunDa Cowhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Cork&entry=Da+cowBrian Cowen