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Hilarious Irish lads pre drinks speech
 
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Very funny
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Muhammad Ali recites a poem during a interview in Ireland AMAZING
 
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Muhammad Ali recites a poem about a prison riot www.dividehistory.com
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An Irish Drinking Joke
 
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In this clip, Glendale Mayor Mike Dunafon admits that he loves jokes and then tells one about an Irishman that had a unique drinking tradition.
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Qball reads a kids rhyme! Hilarious!
 
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Lawrence Howard, Irish limericks
 
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Luck of the Irish, St. Patrick's Day, March, 2016 Lawrence Howard shares a few Irish limericks, on stage at Alberta Abbey with Portland Story Theater Hosted by Brian Ó hAirt Videography by Aaron Hartling www.pdxstorytheater.org Founder of Portland Story Theater, Lawrence Howard is not a real Irishman, but he'd like to play one on TV. And, he's been to Ireland twice... that ought to count for something, right? Lawrence is best known for his Armchair Adventurer series, which includes epic stories about Antarctic exploration, whaling, and other cool stuff. A man who never drinks more than two beers in a calendar year, Lawrence will contribute a couple of Irish limericks along with a traditional Irish legend.
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Drunken Funny Poems
 
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Russell Carrick performing 2 of his poems
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♣♣♣ Irish Limericks  - Example Limerick Poems ♣♣♣
 
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http://www.limerick-and-limericks.org/irish-limericks/index.htm A limerick is a poem, it is a form of poetry which rhymes. They are simple, short and easy for even kids to write or compose. They are great fun and amuse all ages! We have included a selection of limericks in this video, for hundreds more limericks as well as an explanation on how to write your own limerick, visit: http://www.limerick-and-limericks.org
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A Poem "An tEitleán" The Airplane in Irish Gaelic
 
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You can subscribe to us on Youtube by clicking here: http://bit.ly/BitesizeSubscribe A Poem "An tEitleán" The Airplane in Irish Gaelic Crack Irish Pronunciation on Udemy: https://www.udemy.com/irish-pronunciation/ Sign-up for a FREE trial to Learn Irish: http://bit.ly/IrishFreeTrial Bitesize Irish Gaelic blog & podcast: http://bit.ly/BitesizeBlog Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bitesizeirishgaelic/ AN tEITLEÁN /On tetch-eh-lawn/ The Airplane “Nach deas an t-eitleán é,” Arsa Micilín leis féin, /Nokh jass on tetch-el-lawn ey, Ar-ssa Mikileen lesh heyn/ "Isn't it a nice plane," Said little Michael to himself, “Ag eitilt ar nós spideoige Thar na sléibhte i gcéin! /Egg etch-elt air no-ss spidg-oh-ig-eh Har nah shlayv-teh ih gayn/ "Flying like a robin Over the distant mountains! Feiceann sé gach uile ní Is é ag eitilt sa spéir, /Fek-en shay gokh il-eh nee Iss é egg etch-elt sa spayr/ He sees every single thing As he flies in the sky, Nach aoibhinn don phíolóta Mar éinín thuas san aer! /Nok eev-in dun feel-oh-ta Mor ay-nyeen hoos san air/ Isn't it lovely for the pilot Like a bird up in the sky! Ach beidh mé mór amárach In eitleán liom féin, /Okh bye may mohr ah-mawr-ukh In etch-eh-lawn lyum hayn/ But I'll be big tomorrow In a plane by myself, Is feicfidh mé na sléibhte Is na tíortha i bhfad i gcéin. /Iss fek-ee may nah shlayv-teh Iss na cheer-ha ih wod ih gayn/ And I'll see the mountains And the far away countries."
Views: 1999 Bitesize Irish
Irish Leaving Cert Oral Higher Level (Béaltriail Hannah)
 
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Hannah, a sixth year pupil, taking Irish at higher level for her Leaving Certificate has given an interview for Saorshuíomh.
Views: 74465 Garry Bannister
The Drunk St Patricks Day Poem | Funny Spoken Word Poems
 
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Happy St. Patrick's Day! I'm sure there will be a lot of drinking done during these St. Patrick's Day parades while wearing those funny St. Patrick's Day shirts so to add to the fun, we figured we would get in some funny quotes and sayings by writing our very own Funny Drunk St. Patrick's Day poem! Whether you're Irish or not, wearing green on purpose or by accident, having a St Patrick's Day drink or a regular alcoholic beverage, please be safe while having fun! This poem is based off of a real St. Patrick's Day story so please learn from your lessons and don't do what you did last St. Patrick's Day!
Views: 147 Poetic Just Less
NEW IRISH POETRY BY S.D.CLIFFORD - COMPLICATED COMPLEX 2
 
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irish summer poem-
 
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poem about summers as kids in ireland back in the day-
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Little Miss Muffet!
 
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Funny Irish chef, Limerick sausage
 
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Cooking a good sausage
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St Patrick  #ireland
 
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This is one of my serious poems. I previously put on youtube two fun silly poems fro St Patrick's day (The Leprechaun and Crock of Gold). At the time I just looked up the life of St Patrick on the internet and was amazed by his fascinating life story, so wrote one about him. Had great fun researching and writing this poem. #otherhistorypoems #medieval #medievalhistory #catholicsaint
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Irish Death Poem - Lament For Black Finn's Son
 
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Lyrics in annotations. I have had a lot of fun researching into this song, finding out what the lyrics where about given vague info, making up my mind what they where about, researching online and in books I have for reference, coming up with interpretations and then doing the same for the pictures shown. The basic info is that Black Finn is Fionn mac Cumhaill, leader of the legendary warriors known as the Fianna, even the Irish national anthem odes to them. Finn's son is called Ossian, he's sort of a Irish pantheon god whose a bard, so the death of him in the song/poem talks of the loss of culture. I only found out about Iarla Ó Lionáird from going to a Concern fund raising concert (Ireland's biggest charity organization). I have to say it was one of the most powerful symphony/orchestra performances I've ever seen. In this recording the “uilleann pipes” take up most of the droning but to hear an orchestra play it is something I will never forget. For me the room actually became dark and I had no control over my posture, it was an experience I only have when deep into meditation. The paintings are unrelated to the music yet for me go together perfectly in there own way. This song by the title appears to be mourning of a loved one (Oisín, son of Fionn mac Cumhaill). The lyrics/poem reveals that it is actually a personification of the loss of ones civilization and way of life, therefore the apocalyptic scenes make sense for me. I was thinking first of a digital picture of dark Celtic fantasy, then of showing an image of Oisín but decided to base it off what felt right and not what was right, funny since that is the Romantic fashion of logic “not thinking but feeling”. The paintings/engravings are by the Irish Romantic painter (John Martin). I would love to decipher then meaning behind the lyrics, having a thin line between mythology and historic personification of politics. Unfortunately I'm not that educated in my own countries history/mythology. I can say that I know much more of other mythologies and history then I do of my own. I only started properly looking into Irish mythology early Winter 2015, a new role play group (D&D5E) I was invited to started up so I had to make a character. I wanted to base my character on the god Lugh (father of the famous Cú Chulainn), researching into his personality is how I got properly interested in Ireland mythology. I picked up a book or two in my childhood about Irish mythology but The Lord Of The Rings was more interesting, ironic since Tolkien was a huge fan of Irish among other mythologies. Unfortunately that's how things change, the current generation looks back on folklore be paying homage in respect but as a result they change the legends and meanings to fit themselves. It's why I have a respect for religious texts, a large amount of care is put into preserving them, the theologians have to put aside what they wish to be true and focus on what is true. The painter John Martin whose images I used was known for his depictions of the Apocalypse and rarely painted/engraved anything not related to The Bible. Funny seeing how he was a Deist and defended these claims, you can see how nature* (*the banner of the Romantic Era) causes chaos. Talking about Deists, Voltaire and Thomas Jefferson where admirers of Oisín (son in the title of this poem/song). Voltaire mocking him in parodies and Jefferson saying that Oisín was “the greatest Poet that has ever lived”. For my interpretation behind the lyrics/poem could have been written much earlier but brought to the mainstream Anglican audience in the epic poem “Fingal” in 1762. At the first half of the 1760's there was a lot of Protestant Anglican scholars who revived the old bardic tales of Ireland. The words “Now there is no region of the city under King Georges flag that is not in darkness and its towns deep in sorrow”, this would defend it being written in this time. Another plausibility of when it was written is during the Napoleonic era when Wolf Tone (Irish nationalist of 1798 rebellion) allied with Napoleon for French troops to land in Ireland weaken Britain. The important words “To Cork the ships in sorrow” strengthens this. There was an act of nature that saved Britten from losing Ireland under its rule, storms off the coast of Cork in 1796 caused French ships to drown and to be unable to land, it was know as “Expédition d'Irlande”. For more plausibility on this there is a famous painting of Ossian (son of Finn) with French soldiers known as “Ossian Receiving the Ghosts of the Fallen French Heroes” by Anne-Louis Girodet. In the booklet the only information behind this song/poem only reads... “Traditional, arranged by Iarla Ó Lionáird, Gavin Bryars and Kieran Lynch. Text and original version from The Journal of the Folk Society, Volume VI Number 23, January 1920, collection by Mr A M Freeman”
OLD IRELAND by Walt Whitman - FULL AudioBook Excerpt from LEAVES OF GRASS | Poems, Poetry & Poets
 
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OLD IRELAND by Walt Whitman - FULL AudioBook Excerpt from LEAVES OF GRASS | Poems, Poetry & Poets | GreatestAudioBooks.com ►For FREE SPECIAL AUDIOBOOK OFFERS & MORE: http://www.GreatestAudioBooks.com/ ►SUBSCRIBE to Greatest Audio Books: http://www.youtube.com/GreatestAudioBooks ►Become a FRIEND: http://www.Facebook.com/GreatestAudioBooks ►BUY T-SHIRTS & MORE: http://bit.ly/1akteBP ►Visit our WEBSITE: http://www.GreatestAudioBooks.com/ - READ along by clicking (CC) for Closed Caption Transcript! - LISTEN to the entire audiobook for free! Chapter listing and length: 11 Readings by 11 Readers of OLD IRELAND by Walt Whitman Old Ireland by Walt Whitman FAR hence, amid an isle of wondrous beauty, Crouching over a grave, an ancient, sorrowful mother, Once a queen—now lean and tatter'd, seated on the ground, Her old white hair drooping dishevel'd round her shoulders; At her feet fallen an unused royal harp, Long silent—she too long silent—mourning her shrouded hope and heir; Of all the earth her heart most full of sorrow, because most full of love. Yet a word, ancient mother; You need crouch there no longer or the cold ground, with forehead between your knees; O you need not sit there, veil'd in your old white hair, so dishevel'd; For know you, the one you mourn is not in that grave; It was an illusion—the heir, the son you love, was not really dead; The Lord is not dead—he is risen again, young and strong, in another country; Even while you wept there by your fallen harp, by the grave, What you wept for, was translated, pass'd from the grave, The winds favor'd, and the sea sail'd it, And now with rosy and new blood, Moves to-day in a new country. #poem #poetry #audiobook #audiobooks #Ireland #Irish #waltwhitman Total running time: 0:18:52 In addition to the readers, this audio book was produced by: Book Coordinator and Meta-Coordinator/Cataloging: David Lawrence This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org. This video: Copyright 2013. Greatest Audio Books. All Rights Reserved.
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Funny Wedding Poem For Bride And Groom | Funny Poems
 
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If you know someone getting married soon, you should share this Funny Wedding Poem to them to make sure they know what's in store for them! I hope you guys enjoyed this wedding poem reading and if you did, please give it a LIKE! Also, make sure you subscribe to our channel for more funny poems! If you have any specific topics you'd like us to write about, please leave a comment letting us know and we'll do our best to get it made for you!
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The Lament of the Irish Emigrant Helen Selina Audiobook Short Poetry
 
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Funny Prayer about Getting Old at the Caregiver of the Year Dinner
 
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With the timing of a professional comedian, this diminutive "little old lady" shines a very funny light on the foibles of aging, to the delight of an audience filled with senior-care experts. A friend of the couple who founded Home Instead Senior Care, Mary Maxwell was asked to give the invocation at the company's 2009 Convention. Initially it seemed like a normal prayer, but it soon took a very funny turn. Her deadpan delivery and lines like ...This is the first time I've ever been old... and it just sort of crept up on me ... had everyone rolling in the aisles. For more of Mary's unique view on aging, check out her video blog on CaregiverStress.com: http://www.caregiverstress.com/voice/mary-maxwell/ Find out more at http://www.homeinstead.com.
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An Old Woman of the Roads Pádraic Colum audiobook
 
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My Friend Reading Me Poetry In a Bad Irish Accent
 
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The Limerick Song
 
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A fun song about how to write limericks, sung in limericks! Nick from the Imagine Learning software guides you through the steps of writing a great limerick. LIMERICK SONG LYRICS Hello! How are you? I'm Nick. Here to teach you a fun little trick. To have a good time when writing a rhyme try writing your own limerick! There are limericks of all different kinds. So how do you write one that shines? You'll see that it's cool if you follow the rule: a limerick is made of five lines. So listen close to this song. Lines one, two and five are all long. And in poems of this sort make lines three and four short and I promise you'll never go wrong. You need to be sure and contrive to rhyme lines one, two, and five Then do it once more with lines three and four and your limerick surely will thrive! So let these pointers take hold And if you'll write as you were told at the rainbow's end you'll find there my friend your own limerick pot o' gold! We welcome respectful comments and observations about this video. Please note that abusive or offensive comments will be deleted. Thanks for watching!
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Irish poems
 
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playing a different guitar, i came up with this, thought it sounded nice, heard melanie singing some stuff in the background and she inspired me. We got a gook from the library of irish poems, which she is singing over the guitar playing. Don't mind the flub in the middle. Still working on it lol...this song was sort "on the spot" if you will Thanks for listening and subscribing.
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Limerick Poems Examples for Kids
 
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Limerick Poems Examples for Kids: This video will show you some examples of limerick poems. These limerick poems are short, funny and easy to be understood and memorized by children. Hope, you will enjoy this video. .................................................................................................................
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Cocktails (Humorous Limericks, Poems, etc)
 
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This is a series of humorous jokes, poems, etc.
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Conal Gallen - Holiday In The Sun
 
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This is One Of Conal Gallen's Most requested material. The Holiday poem is one of the funniest poems out there. This was taken from Conal's double platinum selling DVD, "Live And Full Of It". You can purchase this DVD and many more of Conal's Hilarious live DVDs at www.conalgallen.com or www.irishjoker.com.
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"Children" by Johnny Glacken,Irish poet
 
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#5 from the poetry corner in Tiernans pub Wilkinstown. One of my favourites so far too Johnny...:) "What "a 4 liner...!
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Gavin Friday - William Butler Yeats - Several Poems - National Library Of Ireland
 
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Gavin Friday reads "September, 1913", "To A Friend Whose Work Has Come To Nothing" and part of "To Ireland In The Coming Times" (sorry my new camera turned itself off!) by William Butler Yeats at the National Library Of Ireland, 30/06/2010. Martin Hayes (Violin) and Dennis Cahill (Guitar) play the accompanying music. 'Summer's Wreath', a month long celebration of the works of the Irish poet William Butler Yeats, will conclude on Wednesday, June 30th at 8pm with a performance by Gavin Friday. In this unique event, Gavin will present his selection of Yeats's work and will be accompanied by the renowned fiddle player Martin Hayes and guitarist Dennis Cahill. http://gavinfriday.com http://www.nli.ie/en/homepage.aspx http://www.martinhayes.com http://www.denniscahill.com
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Ireland 08-09 137
 
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Irish story teller sings a funny song. His act consisted of a lot of guiness drinking, witty irish poetry, funny stories and telling everyone to "go home and spread the seed, don't fight nature"
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Funniest Joke I Ever Heard 1984 Jimmy Stewart
 
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Jimmy Stewart tells a joke about a wife who asks her husband if he would remarry if she were to die. License Funniest Joke I ever heard Clips Here: http://dickclarklicensing.com/Default.aspx?&sk=DCMA&q=funniest+joke+i+ever+heard
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Everyone Completely Loses It After Jimmy's Unnecessary Joke! | 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown
 
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Joe Wilkinson, David Mitchell, Roisin Conaty, Jon Richardson, Tom Allen, Rachel Riley and Susie Dent completely lose it after Jimmy Carr's joke about Susie and glory holes! http://www.channel4.com/programmes/8-out-of-10-cats-does-countdown
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The Day McCarthy Farted
 
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A funny Australian Poem "The Day McCarthy Farted" adapted by Jimmyoneleg AKA James De'Ath and Neville Sloss C 1979 at the Irish Australian Association in Adelaide South Australia.
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Irish Poetry
 
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Sarah Cruz performs "Irish Poetry," a poem by Billy Collins at Pub Night at the Sneem Tavern in Sneem, Ireland.
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Heat Hilda Doolittle Audiobook Short Poetry
 
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Helena Bonham Carter on poetry and her favourite poems.
 
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Helena Bonham Carter talks to Jolyon Connell, founder of Connell Guides, about poetry. Helena also reads her favourite poems, including 'Warning' by Jenny Joseph (also known by its famous line "When I'm an old woman I shall wear purple").
Views: 60259 Connell Guides
Funny Poem: Happy, Happy Birthday Read by Gary R. Hess
 
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This poem is part of a book titled Poetic Night. Buy it at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XL7SQXM More poetry at https://brightdreamsjournal.com
Views: 1032 Gary Hess
Jennifer Johnston reads ‘In the Background’, a poem from Hopscotch in the Sky
 
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From ice creams to Christmas trees, flying grannies to reading mermaids, haiku to rhyming verse, Hopscotch in the Sky takes children on a magical poetic journey through the seasons of the year. Funny and touching, sweet and sharp, these poems are full of life and verve. Each poem on this new audiobook edition of Hopscotch in the Sky is read by award-winning Irish novelist Jennifer Johnston. Four of the poems in this book have also been set to music, composed and performed by Irish musician Enda Reilly, also included in the audiobook. Published by Little Island Books and Poetry Ireland ► To buy this book, visit http://littleisland.ie/books/hopscotch-in-the-sky/ with free shipping anywhere in the world. Also available in bookshops across the UK and Ireland. ► To buy the audiobook, visit Amazon (https://amzn.to/2vjAjAf), Audible (https://adbl.co/2NWOOl8) or audiobooks.com (https://bit.ly/2NVZLDz). ► To learn how to write your own poems in all their many forms, download the free Hopscotch in the Sky Poetry Kit at http://littleisland.ie/books/hopscotch-poetry-kit/. _ In the Background ‘How come there is always a stranger in every holiday photo? And how many pics have been taken of me back to Texas or Kyoto?’
Billy Connolly Tells Just About the Funniest Story Ever
 
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One of the most perfect moments, and biggest laughs, in the history of TV talk shows. From 'The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder' in 1998. More info below - ________________________ Back story, for those who are interested: I was a fan of Tom Snyder all through his stint on 'The Late Late Show' on CBS in the 1990s, and even back when he did NBC's 'Tomorrow Show' in the 1970s. The context here is that, during all that stretch of time (and even today), flatulence was a subject well beyond the bounds of acceptable taste for mainstream American TV, even in late night -- most shows and most performers, even lowbrow types, are too leery of being pegged as grossly sophomoric to ever touch it. Notice that at no time does Tom ever let the word 'fart' slip his own lips -- this is not normally something you'd see brought up on TV at all, let alone with the bluntness in play in this clip. But Tom did have a soft spot for fart humor, and he was unusual in having the self-confidence and trust in his audience to let it be revealed now and then. Very occasionally, he might make an amused reference to backstage happenings involving a crew member 'breaking wind' -- or to his appreciation for the now-little-remembered Belle-Epoque 'fartiste' Le Petomane -- but he always did so with the extra dollop of caution you might affect when touching on such a hugely unclassy subject. Then on this particular night, along came Billy Connolly, and with his total lack of inhibition, he blew the lid off this guilty pleasure. Tom's stage manager was a guy named Mark Kennedy, who is the dude you can hear cracking up in the background. His off-camera cackles and interactions with Tom were part of the show's charm. As Billy strolls so offhandedly and fearlessly into this subject, you can see Tom sharing sideways glances again and again with Kennedy -- as if acknowledging that this is something they've always had fun joking about crudely between themselves, but never with such disregard for decorum on network TV. In the course of these magical three minutes, Tom winds up momentarily casting aside his concern for decorum (Ah, the hell with it, this is just too much fun!) -- and by the end, he's telling a fart joke himself, and leaning forward in anticipation as Billy tells the coronation story. .
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Duke of Irish Town - One of many Original Poems - Available for gigs and private recitals.
 
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DO YOU HAVE A MINUTE?© David Bentata – 15 July 2014 Hello G-d, do you have a minute? So many questions to ask About this world in which you placed me After eating from that fateful tree….. Despite the lateness….what was my task? What was I here to do? Have I been here before? Where will I be here tomorrow? All I see is much pain and sorrow So much need and hunger, so much war Three score and ten we have extended With modern medication We live some extra years But seldom free from worry, free from fears So focused on the physical while we suffer ……………spiritual castration And then we die, and it’s all over Is it worth our many trips? Or is it up to us, one and all To learn your silent lesson, to heed your call But no, instead we live a life of comic strips And while we are here We reject all our commonalities Looking for what differences we can discern Instead of harvesting each good action, each good turn Ignorance and hatred reduces us to mortal casualties G-d? …G-d? …Are you there? Do not turn your back, do not despair I know we tried to disprove your existence Relying on science and philosophy you to outdistance And so be free to party in our personal Vanity Fair Teach us, for we are all your children And all our passions and desires We are meant to dominate Not to them capitulate For they’ll end us all in burning fires Your tests of Life are far too hard Or is it that we have realised….. …………………………. despite whatever we declare That by denying your reality It makes us free, all our desires to indulge ……………………………………….in our animal brutality Having lost faith in our every prayer Oh, is the minute over? ….. so fast? I used to think my years stretched forever But that was in my energetic youth…….. …………..when I thought I was so clever Today, full of fear, your gift of Life expended Ignorance and doubts now my uninvited companions I see my time with you ………has just ended.
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Jimmy's Literally In Tears! | Sean Lock's Best 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown Bits | Part 1
 
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Watch Sean Lock's funniest moments from 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown - part 1! Watch the series on All 4: http://www.channel4.com/programmes/8-out-of-10-cats-does-countdown
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A Wee Bit o' Blarney
 
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A humorous Irish poem I wrote in March 2011. Spoken with my version of an Irish accent. I write commissioned poems for special occasions, check my website www.poetrytoinspire.com
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A Drinking Song William Butler Yeats Audiobook Short Poetry
 
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Down by the Salley Gardens William Butler Yeats Audiobook Short Poetry
 
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Wandering Songs: Four Irish Poems by Padraic Colum - Eric Pazdziora
 
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"Wandering Songs: Four Irish Poems by Padraic Colum" Song Cycle by Eric M. Pazdziora, texts by Padraic Colum from "The King of Ireland's Son" (1912). 1. The Wonder of All Wandering 2. Morag's Song (Red Rowan Berry) 3. When Sleep Would Settle on Me 4. The Edge of Day Katherine Roy, violin Steven Danan, violoncello Heather Cummins, soprano Amy Lemon, piano
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Jennifer Johnston reads ‘Summer Heat’, a poem from Hopscotch in the Sky
 
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From ice creams to Christmas trees, flying grannies to reading mermaids, haiku to rhyming verse, Hopscotch in the Sky takes children on a magical poetic journey through the seasons of the year. Funny and touching, sweet and sharp, these poems are full of life and verve. Each poem on this new audiobook edition of Hopscotch in the Sky is read by award-winning Irish novelist Jennifer Johnston. Four of the poems in this book have also been set to music, composed and performed by Irish musician Enda Reilly, also included in the audiobook. Published by Little Island Books and Poetry Ireland ► To buy this book, visit http://littleisland.ie/books/hopscotch-in-the-sky/ with free shipping anywhere in the world. Also available in bookshops across the UK and Ireland. ► To buy the audiobook, visit Amazon (https://amzn.to/2vjAjAf), Audible (https://adbl.co/2NWOOl8) or audiobooks.com (https://bit.ly/2NVZLDz). ► To learn how to write your own poems in all their many forms, download the free Hopscotch in the Sky Poetry Kit at http://littleisland.ie/books/hopscotch-poetry-kit/. _ Summer Heat ‘Summer heat for me will always be that oozy feeling between our toes of melting tar as we, carrying sandals, licking ice-creams, walk barefoot along the seams of the baking concrete road.’

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