Lent is a time for trying to be a better person, abstaining from certain things in order to become a better person, and generally sorting your shit out.
Or should we say... sorting your sh*t out?
For, you see, many have given up the national pastime for Lent.
So, how about tuning into your cultural side and delving into the vocabulary of our people for all of your filthy profanity needs. We've shown our love for An Ghaeilge and all of its incredibly crafty turns of phrase before, but this time it's necessity. Try some of these on for size.
A narky, plump woman. Aunt Madge from Harry Potter, basically.
A female twit.
4. Cac ort
6. Cúl tóna
The C word.
9. D'anam don diabhal
(don-om dun dee-wall)
Your soul to the devil. Or, in layman's terms: eat shit and die.
10. Imigh leat
Fuck right off.
11. Téigh suas ort féin / Gabh suas ort féin
(tay sue-iss urt fain / guv sue-iss urt fain)
Go fuck yourself.
12. Go dtite seacht mbuicéid cac chirce ar do cheann
(go ditta shocked muck-ade cack curcka air duh ki-yow-n)
May seven buckets of chicken shit fall on your head.
13. And finally – snaidhm bundúin ort
(sn-ai-m bun-doon urt)
May your anus be knotted.