The Irish Quotes

Collection of top 100 famous quotes about The Irish

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The Irish Quotes By Samuel Johnson: The Irish are a fair people: They never The Irish are a fair people: They never speak well of one another. — Samuel Johnson
The Irish Quotes By John Millington Synge: There is no language like the Irish for There is no language like the Irish for soothing and quieting. — John Millington Synge
The Irish Quotes By Suzanne Supplee: Memories, sprang up in the most unusual ways, Memories, sprang up in the most unusual ways, happy little gifts - as long as you didn't let the sadness creep in. — Suzanne Supplee
The Irish Quotes By Jay Leno: President Obama told the Irish people that America President Obama told the Irish people that America will always stand by them, to which Israel laughed. — Jay Leno
The Irish Quotes By Kevin Barry: Half the time, in this life, you wouldn't Half the time, in this life, you wouldn't know where you are nor when. There are moments of unpleasant liveliness. Tamp that the fuck down is best. — Kevin Barry
The Irish Quotes By Dick Spring: The British Government and the Irish Government have The British Government and the Irish Government have accepted very clearly the Mitchell Report. — Dick Spring
The Irish Quotes By John Boyle O'Reilly: Ireland is a fruitful mother of genius, but Ireland is a fruitful mother of genius, but a barren nurse. — John Boyle O'Reilly
The Irish Quotes By Michael Flatley: When's the last time you walked by a When's the last time you walked by a pub in Dublin and heard Irish music? When's the last time you ordered a coffee and heard an Irish accent? — Michael Flatley
The Irish Quotes By Richelle E. Goodrich: Wearing of the greenOn March seventeen.Shamrocks and Irish Wearing of the green
On March seventeen.
Shamrocks and Irish folk
Take o'er the scene! — Richelle E. Goodrich
The Irish Quotes By Lara Flynn Boyle: I've had Irish skin from the time I I've had Irish skin from the time I was a young girl. — Lara Flynn Boyle
The Irish Quotes By Dervla Murphy: The Irish have a flair for wringing from The Irish have a flair for wringing from death the last drop of emotion and they do not quite understand those who react otherwise. — Dervla Murphy
The Irish Quotes By Annette J. Dunlea: Well I had the perfect job, perfect house Well I had the perfect job, perfect house and perfect family and I didn't know it. I kept striving for more. — Annette J. Dunlea
The Irish Quotes By G.K. Chesterton: The great Gaels of Ireland are the men The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad. — G.K. Chesterton
The Irish Quotes By Seamus Heaney: The Ireland I now inhabit is one that The Ireland I now inhabit is one that these Irish contemporaries have helped to imagine. — Seamus Heaney
The Irish Quotes By Frank Carson: The Irish Six Million Dollar man only cost The Irish Six Million Dollar man only cost three quid. — Frank Carson
The Irish Quotes By Brendan Behan: It's not that the Irish are cynical. It's It's not that the Irish are cynical. It's rather that they have a wonderful lack of respect for everything and everybody. — Brendan Behan
The Irish Quotes By Carlene O'Connor: I thought the butler always did it," someone I thought the butler always did it," someone remarked under their breath. — Carlene O'Connor
The Irish Quotes By Brigid Brophy: We Irish had the right word on the We Irish had the right word on the tip of our tongue, but the imperialist got at that. What should trip off it we trip over. — Brigid Brophy
The Irish Quotes By Barbara Kingsolver: The way he talked sounded part Yankee, part The way he talked sounded part Yankee, part foreign, like one of those friendly Irish policeman in the old movies: Ouch, mind you! — Barbara Kingsolver
The Irish Quotes By Kevin Hearne: Bullshit, as you Americans say.He's Irish.The Irish say Bullshit, as you Americans say.
He's Irish.
The Irish say bullshit too. — Kevin Hearne
The Irish Quotes By Nobuo Uematsu: I have been interested in Irish traditional music I have been interested in Irish traditional music for the past few years. — Nobuo Uematsu
The Irish Quotes By Stephen King: He was only the second or third in He was only the second or third in his sprawling family (their religion, Skip once said, was Irish Alcoholic) to ever go to college. Clan — Stephen King
The Irish Quotes By Karen Marie Moning: For the record, Irish," he informed her tightly, For the record, Irish," he informed her tightly, just in case she got the wrong idea, "I kneel to no one. — Karen Marie Moning
The Irish Quotes By Michael Flatley: It has always been my dream and ambition It has always been my dream and ambition to introduce Irish dancing to the world. — Michael Flatley
The Irish Quotes By Cindy Irish: ...if you want to know what my ultimate ...if you want to know what my ultimate goal is in all this, I can tell you in one simple sentence. I want to take the stick out of opera's ass. — Cindy Irish
The Irish Quotes By Dorothy Salisbury Davis: It's a great wonder to me, the Irish It's a great wonder to me, the Irish attachment to our history. What is it but a series of lamentations? — Dorothy Salisbury Davis
The Irish Quotes By Ciaran Hinds: It's so tough to get movies made in It's so tough to get movies made in Ireland anymore. A whole generation of Irish filmmakers doesn't have the resources to get a movie made. — Ciaran Hinds
The Irish Quotes By Louisa May Alcott: To the great delight of two ducks, four To the great delight of two ducks, four cats, five hens and half a dozen Irish children; for they were out of the city for now. — Louisa May Alcott
The Irish Quotes By William Butler Yeats: And the merry love the fiddle, and the And the merry love the fiddle, and the merry love to dance. — William Butler Yeats
The Irish Quotes By Matt Dillon: The first music I was ever exposed to The first music I was ever exposed to was Irish folk music, like the Clancy Brothers. My father plays that and Christmas songs. — Matt Dillon
The Irish Quotes By Eilis Flynn: We survive. We're Irish. We have the souls We survive. We're Irish. We have the souls of poets. We love our misery, we delight in the beauty of strange places and dark places in our hearts. — Eilis Flynn
The Irish Quotes By Robert E. Howard: Rome got some peachy pastings when she tried Rome got some peachy pastings when she tried to lick the Irish. — Robert E. Howard
The Irish Quotes By Lara Flynn Boyle: That's what the holidays are for - for That's what the holidays are for - for one person to tell the stories and another to dispute them. Isn't that the Irish way? — Lara Flynn Boyle
The Irish Quotes By Lord Dunsany: I think that travel comes from some deep I think that travel comes from some deep urge to see the world, like the urge that brings up a worm in an Irish bog to see the moon when it is full. — Lord Dunsany
The Irish Quotes By Jack Adler: Irish Spring," the third book in the Derry Irish Spring," the third book in the
Derry Greene thriller series, is due
out later in 2015. — Jack Adler
The Irish Quotes By Harold Nicolson: The Irish do not want anyone to wish The Irish do not want anyone to wish them well; they want everyone to wish their enemies ill. — Harold Nicolson
The Irish Quotes By Stephen King: Why would she do that?""Because she's a Yankee Why would she do that?"
"Because she's a Yankee - a Maine Yankee, the worst kind. On a given day, they can make the Irish look logical. — Stephen King
The Irish Quotes By Brian Cowen: I think it is fair to say that I think it is fair to say that 2007 represents a turning point for the Irish economy. — Brian Cowen
The Irish Quotes By Ryan Hackney: Vowels Irish marks long vowels with an accent; Vowels Irish marks long vowels with an accent; short vowels have no accent. Here are the main vowel sounds: — Ryan Hackney
The Irish Quotes By The Irish Jesuits: Remember that God is everywhere, all around us, Remember that God is everywhere, all around us, constantly reaching out to us, even in the most unlikely situations. — The Irish Jesuits
The Irish Quotes By Iris Murdoch: I think being a woman is like being I think being a woman is like being Irish ... Everyone says you're important and nice, but you take second place all the time. — Iris Murdoch
The Irish Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: [On the Irish:] Strange race ... Don't know [On the Irish:] Strange race ... Don't know what they want, but want it like the devil. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
The Irish Quotes By Tom McGurk: Extraordinary scenes there at the end. I think Extraordinary scenes there at the end. I think some of the crowd chanting 'Italy! Italy!' were actually Irish. — Tom McGurk
The Irish Quotes By Frank Carson: Most of my jokes are racist - usually Most of my jokes are racist - usually about the Irish. — Frank Carson
The Irish Quotes By Gerard Brennan: Requiems for the Departed contains seventeen short stories, Requiems for the Departed contains seventeen short stories, inspired by Irish mythology, from some of the finest contemporary writers in the business. — Gerard Brennan
The Irish Quotes By JoAnne Kenrick: Drop by Bell's for an Irish Kiss anytime. Drop by Bell's for an Irish Kiss anytime. The best in England — JoAnne Kenrick
The Irish Quotes By Wilfrid Sheed: The actual Irish weather report is really a The actual Irish weather report is really a recording made in 1922, which no one has had occasion to change. "Scattered showers, periods of sunshine." — Wilfrid Sheed
The Irish Quotes By Vivien Leigh: My parents were French and Irish and our My parents were French and Irish and our family even has Spanish blood-and I do so love the United States and consider myself part American. — Vivien Leigh
The Irish Quotes By Kevin Barry: I was freelancing for years in Cork and I was freelancing for years in Cork and around. I also wrote freelance pieces for 'The Irish Times.' — Kevin Barry
The Irish Quotes By Pierce Brosnan: The films that I've made with my company The films that I've made with my company Irish DreamTime are close to my heart. 'The Greatest' being one of them, and 'Evelyn' being another. — Pierce Brosnan
The Irish Quotes By Katharine Tynan: Religion dies hard in the Irish. Religion dies hard in the Irish. — Katharine Tynan
The Irish Quotes By Richelle E. Goodrich: It's simply this:the Irish kiss,a snog o' bliss,be It's simply this:
the Irish kiss,
a snog o' bliss,
be blessed luck
from any miss. — Richelle E. Goodrich
The Irish Quotes By Martin McGuinness: Let everyone leave all the guns - British Let everyone leave all the guns - British guns and Irish guns - outside the door. — Martin McGuinness
The Irish Quotes By Thomas Davis: It is not blood that makes you Irish It is not blood that makes you Irish but a willingness to be part of the Irish Nation. — Thomas Davis
The Irish Quotes By Jim Bishop: God invented whiskey so the Irish wouldn't rule God invented whiskey so the Irish wouldn't rule the world. — Jim Bishop
The Irish Quotes By Dave Allen: Am I the Irish comedian with half a Am I the Irish comedian with half a finger? No, I'm the Irish comedian with nine and a half fingers. — Dave Allen
The Irish Quotes By Jim Butcher: In Chicago, you can't swing a cat without In Chicago, you can't swing a cat without hitting an Irish pub (and angering the cat), but McAnally's place stands out from the crowd. — Jim Butcher
The Irish Quotes By Katharine Tynan: The trouble with the Irish question always has The trouble with the Irish question always has been that it was an English question. — Katharine Tynan
The Irish Quotes By Cillian Murphy: Every Irish person of my generation and earlier, Every Irish person of my generation and earlier, we were raised Catholic and we'd have to learn it in school, we'd to learn the catechism by rote. — Cillian Murphy
The Irish Quotes By Camille DeAngelis: For all their reputation for chattiness and storytelling, For all their reputation for chattiness and storytelling, the Irish I knew were so skillful with words there was sometimes no need for them at all. — Camille DeAngelis
The Irish Quotes By William Howard Taft: If this humor be the safety of our If this humor be the safety of our race, then it is due largely to the infusion into the American people of the Irish brain. — William Howard Taft
The Irish Quotes By Benjamin Black: All the same, she wondered if they did All the same, she wondered if they did know what she thought and felt, if they knew without knowing, in that way the Irish were so adept at doing. — Benjamin Black
The Irish Quotes By Kinky Friedman: God created whiskey to keep the Irish from God created whiskey to keep the Irish from taking over the world. — Kinky Friedman