Bejesus Bill, tis another miracle!
I had a sneakin' feelin' you weren't native to Dundalk!
Carried away by a darlin' Coleen were we?😉👍
As I understand our family history I must be about 1/4 Irish so that may explain why I sometimes make some unusual logic jumps and come up with the right answer!
And wearing my heart on my sleeve also fits🙄
Apropos accents; my problem on my first visit to Eire was not to unintentionally start to mimic the local accents. I seem to have the inborn talent/curse of easily being able to mimic voices and accents that I hear around me! If I'm not very careful I'll slip into it, which of course can be taken as insulting although it is not at all intended🤔
Sorry, Just passing by Blarney Castle is just NOT ON Bill!
Put ya foot down next time! That's an order Chief!!😎
I was only there once, and sensed that I would likely never be there again.
So I let myself be suspended by the ankles over the famous stone and kissed the damn thing!
You can see the effects in some of my posts here😁
I was quite the shy type before that experience.
Know what you mean about the road signs Bill🙄
I trundled about southern Eire long before the days of GPS and without the current AA Book of the Road I'd have been a four wheeled version of 'Up the creek without a paddle'!
Only way we are gonna find out how our accents sound 'on here', as you put it, is to phone!
PM me if you wish. I haven't bothered with Skype up to now, but in terms of this thread I can see it's potential and can install if needed.
All the best, Sláinte chugat. Doug 😎
"May the road rise up to meet you.
May the wind be always at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face;
the rains fall soft upon your fields and until we meet again.
May (your) God hold you in the palm of His hand."