Yizzer All Wrong

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Last night.

Brendan O’Connor’s Cutting Edge on RTÉ 1.

Melanie O’Connor writes:

Frankie Gaffney puts the Dublin Dialect on the Cutting Edge slab. He explain why ‘yizzer’, ‘yous’ and more are grammatically correct and why our way of speak shouldn’t change..

FIGHT!

50 thoughts on “Yizzer All Wrong

      1. MoyestWithExcitement

        I mean, annoying bitter manbabies like yourself makes me pretty happy. Thanks for your hysterical response. :)

        1. spudnick

          Everyone who comments on your logorrhoea is bitter, rightwing and hysterical. Someone asked this before – are you really like this in real life?

          1. MoyestWithExcitement

            Aw, say it ain’t so, Ahjayzis. If I blamed traveller culture for a fire that wiped out several traveller families like you did, can we be friends again?

    1. missred

      I thought this event was a parody when I saw it last night as I didn’t recognise any of the names that were speaking, until I saw his. Urgh.

      1. john

        Urgh? So easily offended! Don’t go. There’s plenty of conferences/courses/hashtags for women who dislike men!

      1. Clampers Outside!

        The responses were all bland run of the mill.

        This tho, your reaction to those responses, is like some hyper sensitive narcissistic kidult …

        ” I mean, annoying bitter manbabies like yourself makes me pretty happy. Thanks for your hysterical response. :) “

      2. petey

        you’re right of course. getting beaten and slandered and stabbed and legally victimized should be a thing men just accept, if they’re proper men, and complaining about it is a sign of sensitivity.

        1. MoyestWithExcitement

          “getting beaten and slandered and stabbed and legally victimized”

          By other men, and not because they’re men. It’s just middle class lads looking to be victims because it makes them feel special.

  1. Yer Man There

    Don’t Change? Not sure he has much to worry about, good luck trying to get a Dub to change their accent ha…

    1. Pete

      Here Frilly genuine question. When you write ‘sur’ you mean ‘sir’ right? Or do you mean ‘sure’ and would that not be spelled ‘shur’?

  2. MoyestWithExcitement

    This dork, who went on TV to talk about how proud he is of his accent, whines about “identity politics” when women talk about *their* issues.

  3. Frilly Keane Shur'

    lets see ye ate inta’ him now the way ye’ve battered me for the same carry on

    g’wan
    lets have ye

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      It’s different listening to it then reading it, Frillzers. I’m sure you’re a delight to listen to. Melodious, mellifluous etc etc.

  4. spudnick

    Eamonn Mac Thomais’ books are great for more of this Dublinese, if a little corny. “Yer dinner’s poured out!”

      1. Bertie Blenkinsop

        I didn’t say there was anything wrong with it.
        I may even do it myself but it’s been so long I can’t remember.

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