lesson in Gaelic…

… that should carry through the week…

Ta me are meisce
PRONOUNCED: taw/may/air/mesh-keh
MEANING: I am very drunk

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/02111042672936788662 Derik


  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/06042188431683942338 Hidden One

    It’s actually “Tá mé ar meisce” and means “Drunkenness is on me” or simply “I am drunk.” To express “I am very drunk,”Tá mé an-ólta” works better.

  • http://Www.theirishatheist.wordpress.com/ The Irish Atheist

    If you’re not aware enough to realise that the language isn’t called ‘Gaelic,’ it’s a solid indication that you shouldn’t be giving lessons in it.