s1ugg0: Disappointing lack of Flogging Molly's
SockMonkeyHolocaust: Between movies about how poor and happy the Irish are, songs about a conflict most sides have forgotten even existed and drinking songs, I think the Irish could possibly overtake black people for most offensive portrayal in the media.
Wellon Dowd: List fails without Darby O'Gill and the Little People.
CFitzDE: Wellon Dowd: List fails without Darby O'Gill and the Little People.Seconded. See a very young Sean Connery sing, woo a girl, and punch a bully.
Premeditated_Road_Rage: List fails without the Corrs.
Basily Gourt: Whatever your opinion of John Wayne, The Quiet Man should be required viewing for anyone who wants to understand the Irish.
Basily Gourt: The Quiet Man should be required viewing for anyone who wants to understand the Irish.
John Buck 41: No Dropkick Murphys?
puckrock2000: They're as "Irish" as Aerosmith or The Cars.
puckrock2000: John Buck 41: No Dropkick Murphys?They're as "Irish" as Aerosmith or The Cars.
Tom_Slick: puckrock2000: They're as "Irish" as Aerosmith or The Cars.Or House of Pain
CptnSpldng: [s3.amazonaws.com image 360x375]Standing at the edge of the Cliffs of Mohr (700' high)
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