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blarney stone

whoever kisses the stone “will never want for words.” [Irish Folklore: Leach, 147]
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Then acquire the gift of the gab by kissing the Blarney Stone in Ireland's County Cork.
It used to be that Irish bars were the hottest thing on the nation's drinking circuits, but at some point in the last 10 years we seemed to fall out of love with kissing the Blarney Stone and were tempted away by the Latin charms of the Cuban bar.
Kissing the Blarney Stone, which is set in the castle ramparts, is said to give you "the eloquence of Irish talk" - gift of the gab.
Forget about kissing the Blarney Stone - that's old hat.
Having dismantled a befuddled Middlesbrough 4-0 down by the Riverside, O'Leary has been kissing the Blarney Stone once again and, right enough, Villa will be very dangerous opponents.
Rob Hartnett, Tote public relations director, said: "I don't know about kissing the Blarney Stone but he seems to have kissed the Midas Stone.
A DISPUTE in the High Court over the right to take photos of people kissing the Blarney stone was settled yesterday.
A PHOTOGRAPHY firm launched a legal battle yesterday to let it continue snapping people kissing the Blarney Stone.
After your afternoon kissing the Blarney Stone and wandering around the lush gardens, you can relax in Christy's pub in the Woollen Mills.
Maybe it was kissing the Blarney Stone, but I started to feel a little better.
Perhaps kissing the Blarney Stone destroys your chance of being cool.