There is a fighting spirit in every Irish lesbians. It’s inherited! Irish lesbians are a force to be reckoned with – a challenge and a reward. If she has a tattoo – make sure you know the difference between a four-leaf cover and a three-leaf shamrock.
Ireland over the centuries have inter-bred so there are variations on the typical red hair with freckles or the dark colleen.
Irish lesbians (and all Irish have suffered from Irish emigrants and Irish Americans who dribble and drool about Ireland. We are sick and tired of hearing “The Forty Shades of Green,” leprechaun stories, and songs like “Galway Bay.” Lesbians tend to like to be considered modern and part of the European Union.
Don’t show her a postcard you bought of a white thatched cottage with a donkey outside loaded with peat moss. She is likely to take out her iPhone and call for a cab. Ireland is cosmopolitan and modern.
The odds are that she has never taken Irish dancing lessons and she is embarrassed by the obsession of tourists with River Dance.
2. Claiming Irish Heritage
Go easy on this one. At least know the county where you ancestors came from.
3. Terms of endearment-“Don’t do a “Blarney” on a woman born with the Gift of the Blarney.
Generally, Irish women are not very good at taking compliments so go easy on the charm. There should be subtlety involved. If you tell an Irish girl she is beautiful, sexy etc. she is not going to know where to look. Instead, offer mild flattery such as “Your eyes are very pretty.” Irish pale skin and freckles are a somewhat touchy subject, especially when we are constantly surrounded by American bronzed goddesses. Do not point out the fact that even though it’s the height of summer we still look as white as a ghost.
4. Eating and Drinking
Ireland is NOT any more a land of boozers than any other countries – and that has been proved by statistics. And not everyone likes Guinness known as “Mother’s Milk” because years ago hospitals gave it to nursing women because of its nutritional value.
If by chance there is alcohol involved, take it easy on the” gargle”. You are not going to impress an Irish girl by getting “rat-arsed”. Chances your lezzie date can drink you under the table. It’s in our genes!
5. A Good Banter, Chin Wag – Talking is Foreplay
First arm yourself with Irish slang words – You might think the Irish speak “English” but Dubiners, in particular, have a language of their own. Here are 30 words to learn. Otherwise, cut out the talk and go to bed immediately.
|1||Yoke||Thing. any thing or object or person. A broad descriptive term for anything|
|2.||Savage||Very can be good or bad|
|4||Sound||Reliable, dependable, a good sort|
|12||Manky||Very soiled, smelly etc.|
|14||Box||The female genitalia|
|15.||Class||A term used for something good|
|16||Plastered||To be very drunk|
|17||Like||Used at the end of every sentence|
|18||Grand||Fine, ok, alright|
|19||Hi||Put to the end of almost every sentence!|
|23.||Jackeen||Person from dublin|
|24||Mog||Person of low intelligence|
|28||Cop On||An order to grab hold of yourself and not be so stupid|
|29||Jacks||Toilet also called the Loo|
|30||Gobshite||If someone gets on your nerves|
If you get to “first base” – nudge, nudge, wink, wink – it will be worth it!