Shane Donnelly <ShaneD993>

"Rise out of It..!"

GAA TALK5/18/08
 

GAA 483 days ago

G.A.A Terms


A Crowd :- A gathering of people who watch a match and hope for random acts of violence, e.g. Waterford supporters

Schkelp: - To remove living tissue in the absence of surgical procedures, e.g. ?That shite from Tipp took a schkelp outta me leg?

Hatchet Man :- Mountainy type, uses hunter/gatherer instincts

Bullin?: - Angry, e.g. ?The centre half was bullin? after I lamped him?

Bull Thick: - Very angry, e.g. ?The centre half was bull thick after I lamped him again?

Joult: - A push, e.g. ?I gave him a joult and he has to wear a neck brace for 2 weeks?

The Comm-A-Teee: - Local GAA bullshitters in general

Bushted :- An undefined soreness, e.g. ?Jayz me arm is bushted?

The Bomber :- Popular name for a fat hairy GAA player

A Hang Sangwidge :- Consumed with ?tay? on the sides of roads after matches in Pairc Ui Chaoimh or Thurles, usually contains half a pound of butter

Rake: - A great amount of anything, usually pints of Guinness the night before an important match

Indanamajaysus (in-da-nama-Jaysus): - What was that for referee?

Ya Bollix Ya :- Corner back?s formal recognition of a score by his opponent

Leh-It-In-Ta-Fuck-Wud-Ya :- Full forwards appeal to a midfielder for a more timely delivery of the pass

Mullocker: - Untidy or awkward player released for matches

Burst The Bollix :- Instructions from the sideline to tackle your man

Row :- Disagreement involving four or more players

Shamozzle: - Disagreement involving both teams, including goalies, substitutes and supporters jumping fences

All-Hell-Broke-Loose :- A massive row that continues out in the parking area or dressing room areas, usually resolved by the Gardai


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