Posted 01-18-2004 at 08:06:09
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Two Irishmen were sitting in a pub.
One of them said; Noew would ye be tellin me were it tis ye're frome, my friend?
Well, I noew live right heare in Dublin, but I came heare from County Carke.
Saints preveerse us, I too live heare in Dublin and I hails frome county Carke. Baerkeep, would ye be soo kind as to bring me and my friend heer another pint.Noew, wheare exactly in Carke didgye live?
I lived in me Mudder house along side of the wee little stream, joust soouth of towne.
You don't meahn to tell me. For, I too lived in me mudders house alongside of that selfsame wee little stream which floows just soouth of towne.
Bahrtender, Please, if you would, refill our mugs, my new friend and I have much to discuss.
So, nowe tell me, where was it you went to school over in Cork?
Whear else, of course, but Our Lady of Eternal Suffering.
Ye wouldn't humor me noew, wood ye? For, I too spent my happy youth in the same school. Who was year favorite teacher?
To be surre, it would have to be Sister Mary Elizabeth. A finer woman neevar walked the fase of the earth.
Bahrtender, if it pleases ye, well have another round.
About then the phone rings and the barkeep picks it up. Oh, he says, there ain't much going on here tonight. There's only three of us in the place and the O'leary Twins are drunk again.
reprinted from something I heard a long time ago.