What it Means To Be In An Irish Family! (This Is GAS)
WHAT IT MEANS TO BE IN AN IRISH FAMILY
1) You will never play professional basketball.
2) You swear very well.
3) At least one of your cousins is a fireman, cop, bar owner, funeral home owner or holds political office. And you have at least one aunt who is a nun or uncle who’s a priest.
4) You think you sing very well.
5) You have no idea how to make a long story short!
6) There isn’t a big difference between you losing your temper or killing
7) Many of your childhood meals were boiled. Instant potatoes were a
8) You have never hit your head on a ceiling.
9) You spent a good portion of your childhood kneeling in prayer.
10) You’re strangely poetic after a few beers.
11) Some punches directed at you are from legacies of past generations.
12) Many of your sisters and/or cousins are named Mary, Catherine or
Eileen .. and there is at least one member of your family with the full name
of Mary Catherine Eileen
13) Someone in your family is very generous. It is more than likely you.
14) You may not know the words, but that doesn’t stop you from singing..
15) You can’t wait for the other guy to stop talking before you start
16) You’re not nearly as funny as you think you are … but what you lack
in talent, you make up for in frequency.
17) There wasn’t a huge difference between your last wake and your last
18) You are, or know someone, named Murph.
19) If you don’t know Murph then you know Mac. If you don’t know Murph or
Mac, then you know Sully. Then you probably know McMurphy.
20) You are genetically incapable of keeping a secret.
21) You have Irish Alzheimer’s… you forget everything but the grudges!
22) ‘Irish Stew’ is a euphemism for ‘boiled leftovers.’
23) Your skin’s ability to tan… not so much.
24) Childhood remedies for the common cold often included some form of
25) There’s no leaving a family party without saying goodbye for at least
26) At this very moment, you have at least two relatives who are not
speaking to each other. Not fighting, mind you, just not speaking to each other.