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“- Orange Bird Bartender: Are you a cop?
- Tony Lip: Do I look Irish?”
“I'm Irish. Racism is part of my culture.”
“- Captain Richard Phillips: There's gotta be something other than being a fisherman and kidnapping people.
- Muse: Maybe in America, Irish. Maybe in America.”
“You know it is summer in Ireland when the rain gets warmer.”
“- Marcy Tizard: Go back to your wife!
- Sean Kelly: My ex-wife. We're going through with the divorce.
- Marcy Tizard: They don't have divorce in Ireland.
- Sean Kelly: They do. It just got in.”
“I'm Irish. I can't get drunk.”
“Even when they have nothing, the Irish emit a kind of happiness, a joy.”
“Dublin people think they are the center of the world and the center of Ireland. And they don't realize that people have to leave Ireland to get work.”
“The Irish are the blacks of Europe. And Dubliners are the blacks of Ireland. And the Northside Dubliners are the blacks of Dublin.”
“- Ossie: Was the Old Wild West in Ireland?
- Papa Reilly: There still is. On the other side of the mountains.
- Ossie: Were the travellers the Indians?
- Papa Reilly: No. We're the cowboys.”
“- Fanny Ronalds: Lady Colin is irresistible. She cannot conceive why the Irish are starving when there's lots of good fish in the sea.
- Arthur Sullivan: She most probably has a point.”
“When all this started, all our families have lived in Knockglen for as long as anybody could remember. And in Ireland people have very long memories.”
“The Irish people established the Irish Republic. It can only be disestablished by the Irish people.”
“God invented the whiskey to keep the Irish from ruling the world.”
A Frenchman, a German, and an Irishman go into a saloon and order whiskeys. The drinks arrive and there's a fly in each one. The Frenchman says, "Mon dieu! I can't drink this" The German flicks the fly out of the whiskey and drinks it down. The Irishman grabs the fly. He turns it upside down and he says, "Spit it out! Spit it out!".
“I'm sorry, being Irish you must not be used to talking about bisexuals, let alone transvestities.”
“Irish women are as small as leprechauns.”
“Fuck Hawaii. Let's go to Ireland. We'll stop in every bar and have a drink.”
“The problem with the Irish is that they'll sing at the drop of a hat, but ask them to talk and they won't.”
“When I look back on my childhood, I wonder how my brothers and I managed to survive at all. It was, of course, a miserable childhood. The happy childhood is hardly worth telling. Worse than the ordinary miserable childhood is the miserable Irish childhood. And worse still is the miserable Irish Catholic childhood.”