Thanks very much, they both look good! The quick turnaround is particularly appreciated. I knew a fashionista like Daithi wouldn't be able to resist the Boardwalk Empire look for long, co-respondent shoes, wow.
Dáithí was born to fill a zoot suit. I wonder what the Irish for zoot is.I think Rita wore a red dress for the Rose of Tralee didn't she? Well she looks like a red dress woman anyway. Chris de Burgh at the wedding reception as an extra bonus, singing: Lady in Dearg. Ana deas, maith on cailin!
well, suit in Irish is culaith, and zoot is a rhyme for suit, so the Irish equivalent would be:'zulaith culaith' (pr.zully cully)Sounds good.
I never knew you had a grá for the gayliga... always knew you had the paisean for the faisean though ;-)I haven't seen an episode of The Daily Show in months now, does Daithi still exist there?
You may find this difficult to believe but I have never actually seen the Daily Show - apart from the you-tube clips.But I believe Daithi is still on it.I am not good at the Gaeilge and I still resent the additional Leaving Cert marks given to Gaelgeoirs which is outrageously unfair (especially as they all get marked up anyway, Gaelgeoir corrector looking after Gaelgeoir student & all that) but occasionally I try to make an effort.
With my dealings here and elsewhere, Dáithí Ó Sé has increased my Irish vocabulary 10 fold, creid e no na creid.I think they should utilise this fact in teaching Irish to students. Perhaps a nice module on Daithisms. Here's a new bonus image of Dáithí I found. He's fair shexy in it like...[Daithi]