Irish dating flirt
You can't do an Irish accent properly, so please don't try. You'll probably think her name is unpronounceable (Oh hi, Aoibhinn, Aoife, Caoimhe, Maeve, Niamh, Oonagh, Orfhlaith, Sadhbh, Siobhan...) 21. Sunday afternoons in the summer will be spent watching GAA with her. She may cry when she's hungover and can't get her hands on chicken fillet rolls/Superquinn sausages/Supermacs/Tayto/Club Orange. If you get her drunk enough, she'll teach you Irish dancing (Michael Flatley eat your heart out). No, she does not think it's hilarious when you do a leprechaun accent or say 'Top of the morning'. The following letter, on the topic of “flirting and matrimony”, was submitted by a reader from Greystones going by the name Mrs Punch.
I’ve never cheated on anyone but I’ve been cheated on multiple times. At least have the decency to come and speak to me about it. I don’t think there is a science to finding love and if there is then I have clearly been reading the wrong books.
Well, if I were a young man (which, thank God, I am not) I would lookout for some sensible, pure, true-hearted girl to be my partner for life, I would certainly “steer clear” of the flirts.