Peig In A Round Hole



Should we get rid of the Irish language?

A controversial comedy exploration of an old chestnut by Aunties Comedy troupe featuring Damon Blake (top left), George Fox (top right), Dermot Ward and Grainne McKeever.


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18 thoughts on “Peig In A Round Hole

    1. bubbleandsqueak

      Less than 78,000 people speak Irish on a daily basis according to the most recent census – we’ve already gotten rid of it pretty much everywhere, bar the education system and a couple of parts of the state.

  1. Janet, I ate my avatar

    Why is an American hosting the debate? Is that what the kids are doing to the English language never mind the Irish ? My ears bleed.

    1. sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq

      The Feudal System was the best.
      You could be off your head on mushrooms and not care about confusing your sister with someone else’s.

      Simpler times.

  2. mulder

    If we got rid of irish language, does that then mean, we would have to, ehh learn English, plain English that be.

    1. sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq

      …agus sinn a bhfuil, baby.

      (Is there a word in Irish for ‘Inevitable’? Preferably one that implies doom or death?)

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