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  1. Mar 03, 2022 · Variations On The Irish Goodbye. In an interview with Quartz, linguist Anatoly Liberman says that the original version of the Irish goodbye comes from the English, who called it “French leave,” as in “He took French leave.” This phrase can be traced back all the way to the mid-18th century.

  2. Mar 16, 2018 · It's basically saying Irish people get so intoxicated, they forget to say goodbye -- which is not wholly untrue, given my experience with Boston, Ireland, St, Patrick's Day, and my own family.

  3. Jun 06, 2022 · Gormally is an Irish National Beach Volleyball champion, and it's partly because she loves beaches so much that she decided to stop flying. She took her last flight on a propeller plane to ...

  4. Jun 11, 2022 · But we hadn’t said goodbye just yet: fixed voice minutes increased 13.8 per cent in the first quarter of 2020 and then by a further 12.7 per cent in the second stuck-at-home one, according to ...

  5. "The Long Goodbye" is a song written by Irish singer-songwriters Paul Brady and Ronan Keating for Brady's 2000 album Oh What a World. In October 2001, it was released by American country music duo Brooks & Dunn as the third single from their album Steers & Stripes.

  6. "Say Goodbye" is a song by British pop music group S Club, released as a single from the compilation Best: The Greatest Hits of S Club 7. The final single released before the band's split, it was released on 26 May 2003 as a double A-side with "Love Ain't Gonna Wait for You" in the United Kingdom and Australia; in other territories, it was issued alone.

  7. Nov 27, 2007 · More specifically, the irish exit refers to the departure from any event without telling any friends, associates or acquaintances that one is leaving. It is almost always the result of being very inebriated/intoxicated.

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