Tis remimberin me ould grandmither I am at this blissed minute and thats what makes me cry.
Is not the blissed stars and stripes insulted by the British?
"Maybe it's a blissed bell," said O'Reirdon, crossing himself.
Were a-hopin every blissed hour to break through to where the purty lads is a-sthayin.
"Sure, he's got his mamy's blissed cook book along," observed the other, with one of his broad grins.
I wanted him to walk out to dape water, but he said he didn't wish to get the blissed things wet too suddent like.
Shure, the blissed choild puts the raal Oirish accint into the doin' up of a pretty frock.
"They're a blamed soight betther than none, fer it's loikely they know th' way out av this blissed swamp," said Barney.
It isn't often they happens to run acrost white paple in this blissed wilderness.
She was the tirror of the hull place till she was that turned about that she got ter be a blissed angel straight from Hiven.