Little child." Catherine Elissia Kirkland, what mess have you gotten into this time. I leave you alone for five minutes and by the time I'm back you've cursed your brother."Little child. by ~Mintigirly
The little thick eyebrowed not yet a nation looked up at her father. Their eyes so similar it was nearly creepy. Behind was a slightly taller ginger boy who was the worst of Scotland and Ireland. The strawberry blonde hadn't spoken a word which was so highly out of character he knew she too was left under a curse of somesort.
"William let you sister out of the curse. Then she'll release you, I'll make sure of it."
The boy released the girl, who in her eagerness to catch up talking sp
Oh Isn't it delightful?Why is this a question? Let me just write you all a sceal as gaelge.Cén fath, a rá tú?Oh Isn't it delightful? by ~ThatScienceChick
Bhuel mó chairde agus mo chlann, bhi mé sa scoile, i mo rang i lon. Bhí me ag ith mo ceaparí, agus thainig mo mhuinteoir mata isteach. Ansin, nil aon clú agam. An raibh sí "Off her rocker", nó ag imirt cluiche tine.
Suionn si siar sa cathair agus thoisaigh si ag ith an aran. Níl sí ag muineadh Ní raibh sí a ol ach nuair a chrich si an lon, D'fhag sí an rang agus amach sa halla. Sa halla, chonaic me mo muinteor bearla ag gaire. Thug si deich euro do mo muinteor mata agus d'fhag siad an halla...
Sorry that story was a little sh*te? It's about my math teacher who was dared by my english teacher to eat her lunch in my classroom with out saying anything to the students. They're both young teachers and have an odd sense of humor. I love them both due to their strange antic and overall bizzareness.
Any fellow Irish speakers out there? For those of you who don't speak Irish or know what it sounds like, imagi