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Post April 12 2006, 15:06 PM
renner
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I live in Brazil and i wish to know what means " Mo cushla"

 
Post April 12 2006, 15:07 PM
OBroin
Laoch na nGael
 
Posts: 844
My pulse ( a term of endearment )
Damn that Clint Eastwood chap!!
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Níl ach foghlaimeoir mé faoi láthair.
Correct me please.

Post April 12 2006, 15:09 PM
julius
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Posts: 13574
Just for the record...shouldn't be Mo chuisle the correct spelling?
Tá an domhan uile ina stáitse agus teastaíonn cleachtadh go géar ón mórchuid againn.
-Seán Ó Cathasaigh
___________________________________
Stupidity has a certain charm --
ignorance does not.

___________________________________

Iúil Ó Cofaigh

Post April 12 2006, 15:19 PM
oisin718
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julius wrote:Just for the record...shouldn't be Mo chuisle the correct spelling?


Yes, of course.

We went through hell with this when that movie came out. Mo chuisle this, mo chuisle that.

It's an actual, legitimate term of endearment, but I hate it just about as much as "anamchara."

And in this, I'm not kidding. I loathe "anamchara," and I'm coming to loathe "mo chuisle" just as much.

Post April 12 2006, 15:22 PM
julius
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oisin718 wrote:
julius wrote:Just for the record...shouldn't be Mo chuisle the correct spelling?


Yes, of course.

We went through hell with this when that movie came out. Mo chuisle this, mo chuisle that.

It's an actual, legitimate term of endearment, but I hate it just about as much as "anamchara."

And in this, I'm not kidding. I loathe "anamchara," and I'm coming to loathe "mo chuisle" just as much.


Well, I have the same feeling with Which doesn't kill me, makes me stronger...I hate Nietzsche! :ja:
Tá an domhan uile ina stáitse agus teastaíonn cleachtadh go géar ón mórchuid againn.
-Seán Ó Cathasaigh
___________________________________
Stupidity has a certain charm --
ignorance does not.

___________________________________

Iúil Ó Cofaigh

Post April 12 2006, 15:29 PM
oisin718
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Posts: 14098
julius wrote:
oisin718 wrote:
julius wrote:Just for the record...shouldn't be Mo chuisle the correct spelling?


Yes, of course.

We went through hell with this when that movie came out. Mo chuisle this, mo chuisle that.

It's an actual, legitimate term of endearment, but I hate it just about as much as "anamchara."

And in this, I'm not kidding. I loathe "anamchara," and I'm coming to loathe "mo chuisle" just as much.


Well, I have the same feeling with Which doesn't kill me, makes me stronger...I hate Nietzsche! :ja:


Oh, I like Nietzsche. I think he's fun. I just wish we got a wider variety of his aphorisms. :)

Post April 12 2006, 16:32 PM
Redwolf
Ard-Banríon na Ráiméise
 
Posts: 57599
I swear, if I ever run into Clint again, I'm going to lay into him over that blasted movie!

Redwolf

Post April 12 2006, 16:37 PM
An_Sionnach_2
Scéalaí Mór
 
Posts: 2563
Again????? I'm intrigued....
Always wait for further input with my translations.

Post April 12 2006, 16:39 PM
Redwolf
Ard-Banríon na Ráiméise
 
Posts: 57599
An_Sionnach_2 wrote:Again????? I'm intrigued....


He lives in Carmel, about 40 miles from where we live. We go down that way fairly frequently, as we used to live in nearby Pacific Grove (at that time, I worked in Carmel).

I met Clint Eastwood once when he came into an office where I was working. He's a nice fellow, really, and he was a very good mayor of Carmel.

I met Doris Day once too, when she was out walking some of her dogs, but was considerably LESS pleasant in person than Mr. Eastwood was.

Redwolf

Post April 12 2006, 16:45 PM
julius
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Posts: 13574
oisin718 wrote:
julius wrote:
oisin718 wrote:
julius wrote:Just for the record...shouldn't be Mo chuisle the correct spelling?


Yes, of course.

We went through hell with this when that movie came out. Mo chuisle this, mo chuisle that.

It's an actual, legitimate term of endearment, but I hate it just about as much as "anamchara."

And in this, I'm not kidding. I loathe "anamchara," and I'm coming to loathe "mo chuisle" just as much.


Well, I have the same feeling with Which doesn't kill me, makes me stronger...I hate Nietzsche! :ja:


Oh, I like Nietzsche. I think he's fun. I just wish we got a wider variety of his aphorisms. :)


Actually, I'd like the aphorisms of Ralph W. Emerson... :)
Tá an domhan uile ina stáitse agus teastaíonn cleachtadh go géar ón mórchuid againn.
-Seán Ó Cathasaigh
___________________________________
Stupidity has a certain charm --
ignorance does not.

___________________________________

Iúil Ó Cofaigh


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