A Greek, an Irishman, and a Portuguese go into a bar and order a drink.
After all, “No one is as sentimental as the Irishman who was never there in the first place.”
Irishman Bob Geldof was famously made an honorary knight for his work for Live Aid.
And even in interviews, the Irishman did little to camouflage his taste for living la vida loca.
But the Irishman is a deacon of his craft, and settles the point like an adept.
It was an anti-climax such as only an Irishman could have achieved.
No one in the whole ship was as zealous as the Irishman in searching for the culprit; but he took care never to find him.
The name gave me no information beyond the fact that the speaker was an Irishman.
"Judge me then," said Albinik, and he addressed a few words to the Irishman, who consented to pilot the ships.
There's a man I have my eye on out in Detroit, a fellow with millions, and an Irishman.