Update: Due to the overwhelming feedback we received from this post, I have posted a follow up which you can find HERE Alright so a couple of nights ago a friend of mine sent me on the search for articles about dating Irish men, advice for American women. They thought it was hilarious…What I found, crushed my self confidence! Which is it ya Donkey raping shit covered cocks, yee!? If we really like you, you’ll get finger fucked down an alleyway and then walked to the taxi rank.The articles portrayed Irish guys as great with a few big BUTS. If you want to date an ugly fuckin’ troll that can make you laugh, find an Irish guy? Irish guys are mammys boys, you will always be second place in his heart. Also Irish guys don’t know much about the actual history of their country and seem ashamed of their culture. Although their parents and grandparents played Traditional music throughout their lives, the new age Irish guy does not listen to this music or enjoy it and seems embarassed by it. I never once witnessed my dad listen to Traditional Irish Music and I do listen to some of it and enjoyed going to it being played live, so go fuck yourself. We do love our Mammy, that’s for sure but all that means is you have to show us your worth.The wife wants a child, The wife wants a child, Eee, Aye, Addio, The wife wants a child.* [Etc] In the last twenty years or so, however, the phrase "the farmer wants a wife" has come to be synonymous with the single farmer's quest to find a like-minded partner who understands the farming way of life and spawned a reality TV series developed by Freemantle Media which premiered in the UK on ITV back in 2001 and, more recently, on Channel Five in 2009.The Farmer Wantsa Wife format has also been successfully received in over a dozen different countries around the world, including in Australia, the US, Germany (Bauer sucht Frau) and Spain (Granjero busca esposa).
Us Irish lads aren’t like the lads in The Field or The Quiet Man any more.Many of you might remember that the words "the farmer wants a wife" originally came from the lyrics of the children's nursery rhyme The Farmer's In His Den, a game in which a group of children form a circle around one child (the 'farmer') and start singing: *The farmer's in his den, The farmer's in his den, Eee, Aye, Addio, The farmer's in his den.The farmer wants a wife, The farmer wants a wife, Eee, Aye, Addio, The farmer wants a wife.**There are obviously a lot of single farmers out there!
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