Proverb of the Day
Aoine an Chéasta is mór an céasadh bainne a ól; Domhnach Cásca is mór an náire a bheith gan feoil.
On Good Friday, it's a great torment even to drink milk. On Easter Sunday, it's a great shame to be without meat.
Explanation: A rhyming couplet setting out seasonal customs. The implication is that there is a time for everything, a time for fasting and a time for feasting.
Other Irish Proverbs
Everyone having a go at the head of the hake.
It'ss easy to knead next to the flour.
Dead from too much tea, and dead for the want of it.
Stay away from the pub or you'll have to live on limpets.
He'd drink the drop-down.