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What was the Irish culture like?

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2009-12-21 13:30:36
2009-12-21 13:30:36
AnswerLOL that is a ridiculously broad question. Also you make it sound as if Irish people and their culture don't exist anymore. We do you know

...thank god! thought i was gone there for a minute

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