Slang.ie - Waterford Slang for Focal Sakehttp://www.slang.ie?county=WaterfordRSS feed for Slang.ie - Irish Slang for Focal Sake Like!Testhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Test Mickey Teasehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Mickey+TeaseAn derogatory term describing a lady who leads men on for fun.Double Bouncehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Double+BounceThe process by which female mammary glands, or breast, undergo a secondary pulse wave when walking at a business pace. The breasts undergo a first bounce initiating a regular sine wave, however as the female is walking at a pace twice the interval of the sine wave generated, as the boobs accelerate upwards they are met by a downward pulse wave and an explosion of energy is noted as the breasts jiggle in the most pleasing manner.Seamushttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=SeamusA forceful knee on the outer thigh (abductor/outer quadricep), causing severe pain and temporary paralysis (dead leg syndrome).Asdfahttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=asdfaAsdfadCock Jockeyhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Cock+JockeyA person who is a tad partial to a bit of the oul penis.Manippulatorhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=ManippulatorA torturing device used on men to get them to do something they normally wouldn't. A torturing device that connects to the nipples using crocodile clips causing severe and acute pain. Sophisticated manipulators can deliver an electric shock to the nipple adding to the persuasive effectiveness of the device.Stickin Outhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Stickin+OutGood, great, brilliant. Refers to something that is so good that it stands out from the crowd for all the right reasons.Wooden Spoonhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Wooden+SpoonA kitchen utensil used to chastise Irish children with pre 1990s. Not quite as bad what the catholic church did to children, but an extension of the acceptable level of abuse inflicted on children in those days.Acting The Mickeyhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=acting+the+mickeySomeone doing something that they shouldn't be doing e.g. a ref giving a bad decision at a game, a child playing with a box of matches, a garda pulling up someone for pissing in a dark alley etc.Squeaky Bumhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Squeaky+bumA term describing a severe state of nervousness/anxiety. A profuse amount of sweating in the posterior region causes less than normal friction between ones glutes causing them to slip past one another thus emitting a high pitched squeaking sound, hence squeaky bum. Often the phrase 'Squeaky Bum Time' is used to describe a general state of anxiety before an event/game.Dicky Rockhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Dicky+RockAn unearthly rock formation in the shape of an erect penis complete with testicles in the Mahon Valley in the Comeragh Mountain range, pronounced man valley, which is an unfortunate enough coincidence. Legend has it that if you spit on Dicky Rock you will receive the gift of the shag!Blue Arse Flyhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Blue+arse+flyA frantic but futile exercise.Surpricehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=SurpriceWhen you get a price for something and it comes as somewhat of a shock to the system.Pignoranthttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=PignorantUsed to describe someone that is Pig Ignornant and is a combination of both words.Slingerhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=SlingerA slow walker.Mixed Marraigehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Mixed+MarraigeA couple who are from two different countiesYa Cunchahttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Ya+cunchaYou nasty person you.Clonmel Chardonnayhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Clonmel+ChardonnayThe famous cider brewed in Clonmel, Co. Tipperary known as Bulmers in Ireland (Magners abroad).A Thing Of...http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=A+thing+of...'A thing of' is a very Irish way of describing an inanimate object, usually a container or packaging of sorts. Be it down to laziness, or actually not knowing the name of what the object is, this expression has many uses.Pure Stinkhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Pure+StinkSomething that is pretty darn awful.The Pitshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=The+PitsThe lowest of the low. When someone lets you down badly it's The Pits.She's Gone For The Milk And Oil Canhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=She%27s+gone+for+the+milk+and+oil+canAn old expression used by my grandmother and mother when an actor / actress in a film was about to die.Moobshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=MoobsMoobs are fatty deposits on a male's chest, which mimic female mammary glands. Moobs is derived from a shortened (combined) version of the term 'man boobs'. Commonly thought to be the result of the eating habits of fat hungry cnuts; however, some modern practictioners suggest that moobs have become commonplace due to the high exposure of the population to estrogen in modern living due to foods, pesticides and plastics. Moobs are generally considered unattractive, however, there are some members of society who are turned on by these hairy fun bags.The Fearhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=The+FearThat sense of dread one feels the day after a big session. Often the fear can be felt for days after a drink binge and often leads to absenteeism, especially on Mondays for some reason, in Ireland. Visit <a href="http://www.DrinkAware.ie">www.drinkaware.ie</a>.Spunkhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=SpunkA thick whitish fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated from the male genital tract. Also known as Semen or Sperm. Unlike semen, spunk can also be used as a verb.Hoffhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=HoffSaid in response to someone saying thanks. Comes from a Joke where David Hasslehoff asks a Clerk to change his name to the Hoff... when the Clerk said Sure, No Hassle. Now instead of saying "No Hassle" people just say Hoff.Chassis (pr. 'chassy')http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Chassis+%28pr.+%27chassy%27%29BodyBoyhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=BoyUsed to address a person who's name you've forgotten, and at the end of every sentenceShrapnelhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=ShrapnelLoose change, especially in large quantities.You Could Hang A Wet Duffel Coat Off 'emhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=You+could+hang+a+wet+duffel+coat+off+%27emWould often be used in conversation to indicate a sharp drop in air temp.You Could Hang A Wet Duffel Coat Of 'emhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=You+could+hang+a+wet+duffel+coat+of+%27emWould often be used in conversation to indicate a sharp drop in air temp.Nuggethttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=NuggetHow we say Nougat in Waterford. The correct pronunciation is of course New-gah.Chuggerhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=ChuggerChugger is a combination of the words charity and mugger. A charity mugger is a generally a student or young adult (paid) volunteer who aggressively asks you to fill in a questionnaire for their particular cause be it Concern, Greenpeace, Baby Seal Clubbers. Generally chuggers don't take no for an answer so it is better to never make eye contact with them and tell them to feck off if they even open their mouths. In the movie Airplane you can see an example of how to deal with chuggers effectively. <iframe width="400" height="225" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/V0hqpMc9HKw" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>COYBIG - Come On You Boys In Greenhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=COYBIG+-+Come+On+You+Boys+in+GreenAn acronym for the phrase "Come On You Boys in Green" (C.O.Y.B.I.G.) in reference to a phrase uttered at Republic of Ireland soccer matches in support of our players.Throwin Shapeshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Throwin+ShapesUsually in mountain gorillas, when groups come across each other in the forest, the male-male interactions are quite aggressive, involving chest-beating displays and sometimes even physical violence. Similarly, in Ireland, as a particular species of males, generally known as skangers, pass each other they display similar aggressive actions. These actions are known as throwing shapes and can involve head movements, fist movements and strange methods of walking.As Happy As A Priest In An Orphanagehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=As+happy+as+a+priest+in+an+orphanageTo be very very happyUnahttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=UnaA girl with a very sexy body but an unattractive face... This phrase is generally uttered by men who examine the posterior of a lady as they drive by, On the approach they say "Oooohhh" and if her face does not match the beauty of her posterior as they pass they will say "Naaaaaa", hence Una.Nadshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=NadsTesticles. An abbreviation of Gonads.Hard Onhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Hard+onAn extremely erect penis.Sloshedhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=SloshedExtremely drunkStix / Stickshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Stix+%2F+SticksCountry side / somewhere not in a town/ cityBocketyhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=BocketyMessed up/ wobbly/ crappyUp Da Duff!http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Up+Da+Duff%21PregnantWould Ye Spread Em On Yer Toast?http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Would+ye+spread+em+on+yer+toast%3FGood enough to eatYou're About As Useful As A Kilkenny Man With A Footballhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=You%27re+about+as+useful+as+a+Kilkenny+man+with+a+footballAlternative to "that's about as useful as a Kerry man with a hurl." Basically, means the topic of discussion is beyond useless.A Bottle Of Mineralhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=A+bottle+of+mineralA soft drink. Usually given out free with a sausage special in the local take away.Iphowenhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=iphowenAn iphone said in a Waterford accent#greatIrishWordshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=%23greatIrishWordsOnly the Irish could get Irish Slang trending on TwitterAnimal Farm Irelandhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Animal+Farm+IrelandGeorge Orwell described our Governments attitude to the people in his political satire 'Animal Farm' best when he wrote: "All Animals are equal, but some animals more equal than others." This is exactly what's going on today in modern Ireland i.e. the many are being made to pay to line the pockets of the few.His Nibshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=His+NibsHim or itIrish Budget 2012http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Irish+Budget+2012A ridiculous set of Austerity measures imposed on the Irish people because of a bunch of greedy f*cks.Gawkinghttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=GawkingLooking, from the very Gawk, to look.How's De Form?http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=How%27s+de+form%3FAn enquiry into someone's well being. Akin to 'How are you Today?'Slatershttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=slatersCya laterHer Face Looked Like The Bac Of A Ballygunner Bushttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Her+face+looked+like+the+bac+of+a+ballygunner+busShe was fair uglyJibberhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=JibberA term meaning to become scared or apprehensive. Used mainly in team games such as soccer, hurling or any sport where an object is accelerated towards you at force. Sometimes used in the act of courtship.Growlerhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=GrowlerA rude term describing the nether regions of the female of the homo sapiens sapiens species.Shifthttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=ShiftThe same as a meet. To french kiss somebody.I Doos Behttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=I+doos+beAn alternative to 'I am always'Pissing Timehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Pissing+timeThe time it takes to take a pissCutting Turfhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Cutting+TurfEuphemism describing the act of defecating, metaphorically speaking. Otherwise known as taking a good hard shyte for oneself. This particular expression is used when the excrement is of a particularly large and solid nature.Who Took A Sh*t In Your Pillow Case?http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Who+took+a+shit+in+your+pillow+case%3FA question asked if someone feels you are unhappy, troubled or angry due to something another person has said or done.That's What She Said!http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=That%27s+what+she+said%21A phrase used to turn a simple comment into a sexual joke.Twaaatehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=TwaaateWhat Waterford people do on TwitterThe Sly Lack !http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=The+sly+lack+%21The girlfriend on the sly or that no one knows ofPaddy's Dayhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Paddy%27s+DayA less formal way of saying St. Patrick's day. Usually Paddy's day is associated with a nationwide binge drinking session. Now going global.Howdohttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=HowdoA homeless guy in Waterford who's only mission is to say How Do to as many people as possible.Foundaghrrreeehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=FoundaghrrreeeThe Foundary was a factory in Waterford where everyone's grandfather used to work. It was located down by the kay river. They used to pronounce it in this way due to the peculiar gutteral r sound of the old Waterford accent.Gushyhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=GushyA collective term for the penis and testicles.Eejithttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=eejitA dopeBaukehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=baukeBauke is a term to describe a large piece of wood. It can also be used as a derogiative to say someone was not pretty or ungainly.Pure Mankhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Pure+MankSomething disgusting or horrible. No question here, whatever is described as 'pure mank' is truly shockingly disgusting.Be The Hokeyhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Be+the+HokeyAn expression of shock or incredulous.Bollicular Intelligencehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Bollicular+IntelligencePerhaps because of certain distinct physical differences between male and female, this term has been used to describe abilities that are more common in the male sex. Such abilities include; map reading, spatial awareness, computer programming, DIY, and mathematical ability.Testicular Fortitudehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Testicular+FortitudeA politically correct way to describe someone with a pair of coconuts for balls.I Wouldn't Get Up On You To Watch Ken McGrath Lift Liam McCarthyhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=I+wouldn%27t+get+up+on+you+to+watch+Ken+McGrath+lift+Liam+McCarthyA statement indicating that one does not want to copulate with another individual.What's The Craic With You?http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=What%27s+the+craic+with+you%3FAn enquiry as to whether one has any interesting news.Awh I Got In D Horrors Boi !!http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Awh+I+Got+in+d+horrors+boi+%21%21DrunkShwear Down !!http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Shwear+Down+%21%21Telling d truthKilt Stone Deadhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Kilt+Stone+DeadTo be mortally wounded by one's spouse/parent/friend for not doing something you were supposed to doTake 3 Steps Back There And Go F*ck Yourself !http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Take+3+steps+back+there+and+go+fuck+yourself+%21Piss offShe's Some Yokehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=She%27s+some+yokeNice girlA Load Of Headshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=a++load+of+headsDescribing a group of people who are seen regulary at a regular event or placeSome Whiff Off You Boi !http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Some+Whiff+Off+You+Boi+%21Smell off of someoneI, I, I-I-Ihttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=I%2C+I%2C+I-I-ITribal chant ululated by school going individuals while their fellow pupils dig the head off one another.Budget 2011 Irelandhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Budget+2011+IrelandA complete load of bollox further impoverishing the Irish people because a bunch of eejits backed the banks over its people.Havn't Got Scooby Doo Boyhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=havn%27t+got+scooby+doo+boyNot have a clueGet Dat Intcha Jacintiaahttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=get+dat+intcha+jacintiaaSticking it to someone/thingWouldn't Meet Her With A Shoulder Boyhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=wouldn%27t+meet+her+with+a+shoulder+boyNot liking a lakTurbo Lickouthttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=turbo+lickoutOral sexDone 90http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=done+90Getting angryBuzzinhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=buzzinBeing happyI'd Give Her A Poke When D Telly Is Brokehttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=I%27d+give+her+a+poke+when+d+telly+is+brokeSome beautGway Boi I Wuldn't Even Poke Her On Facebookhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Gway+boi+I+wuldn%27t+even+poke+her+on+facebookShe ugly kidWud'ja Give Her A Feek ?http://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=Wud%27ja+give+her+a+feek+%3FRide her ?Bita Jesthttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=bita+jestHaving a laffI'M SHTARVINhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=I%27M+SHTARVINHungry for foodJOHN MULLANEhttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=JOHN+MULLANEBest hurler in Ireland ?I've Seen Better Heads Ina Field Chewin' Grasshttp://www.slang.ie/index.php?county=Waterford&entry=I%27ve+seen+better+heads+ina+field+chewin%27+grassUgly person