Friday, March 19, 2010
More Craic Agus Ceol
According to About.com author, Berne Biege one of the "Top Ten Irish Words Everybody Needs," is craic agus ceol. Berne says, "pronounced "crack agus col" (with a drawn-out o)," the phrase "means 'crack and music' and is the usual description of Irish nightlife. The word craic is not Irish - the English "crack" was simply re-written in an Irish form. The original meaning is 'fun."
More from and about Tinsmith, the performers of the (edited) tune in the video can be found at Tinsmith.net.
For more on St. Patrick's Day Go to the Stuff White People Like blog.