- Pint-Glas - Harfe geprägt - goldene Harfe mit Guinness-Logo gedruckt - Höhe 16,5 cm - ca. 0,5 l - nicht geeignet für die Spülmaschine oder Mikrowelle Irisches Bier der Marke Guinness ist dein Lieblingsgetränk? Dann gönn dir diese Erfrischung aus dem Pint-Glas Embossed. Auf der einen Seite ist eine Harfe in das Glas geprägt, während auf der anderen eine Gold-Harfe mit Guinness-Logo gedruckt ist. Dieses 16,5 Zentimeter hohe Pint-Glas für den optimalen Guinness-Genuss ist weder mikrowellen- noch spülmaschinenfest.
Guinness - Ruby Red - 2er-Set - Füllmenge 0,5 Liter - Handwäsche empfohlen Egal ob bei der nächsten Party oder für den täglichen Gebrauch: die Guinness Ruby Red Pint Gläser im praktischen 2er Set können sich sehen lassen. Beide Gläser sind mit dem Guinness Logo bedruckt und sehen durch ihre typische Pint Form einfach Irisch aus.
- 2er-Set - Füllmenge jeweils cirka 0,5 Liter - Handwäsche empfohlen - nicht für die Mikrowelle geeignet Stoße mit Deinem Kumpel an und feiert mal wieder ordentlich. Wie sollte das besser gehen als mit dem 2er-Set „Guinness“-Pint-Gläsern mit einer Füllmenge von 0,5 Litern? Genau, gar nicht, also solltest Du Dir das Set am besten für euren Buddys-Abend bestellen. Spülmaschine und Mikrowelle meiden die Gläser für längere Haltbarkeit.
Set in contemporary Dublin and the surrounding countryside, Ghosts and Lightning is a picaresque account of Denny Cullen's life after he is called back home to attend his mother's funeral. Denny - a sweet-natured but disillusioned young man who feels powerless in the face of death, dope, and the dole queue - is the steadiest in a cast of unstable characters. Denny and his lads fill their empty days with hooliganism, raucous parties, violence, and even an exorcism, but their fearlessness and humor make them as irresistible as an expertly pulled pint of Guinness. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Lee. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/001225/bk_tant_001225_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
So ya want to be Irish eh? Well then, you've come to the rite place! In this humorous book, the author gives clear and hilarious guidelines on how to become more Irish than the Irish themselves. No subject is left untouched, from Irish slang, famous Irish castles and landmarks to Ireland's newest UFC hero Conor McGregor, aka "The Notorious". This book is a must for anyone intending to visit Ireland or for the millions of Irish diaspora abroad wanting to reconnect with their Irish heritage. So find a comfy spot, grab a pint of Guinness and soon (through a process known as osmosis), you'll be pissed and havin the craic. Common myths Real Irish facts Personality traits Religion The weather Heroes The GAA The pub The language Slang terminology/phrases Important places Do's and don'ts for tourists The law Warning: contains some good auld Irish begrudgery! 1. Language: English. Narrator: K.D. O'Neill. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/062702/bk_acx0_062702_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Seamlessly blending history and reportage, Bill Barich offers a heartfelt homage to the traditional Irish pub, and to the central piece of Irish culture disappearing along with it. After meeting an Irishwoman in London and moving to Dublin, Bill Baricha found himself looking for a traditional Irish pub to be his local.There are nearly 12,000 pubs in Ireland, so he appeared to have plenty of choices. He wanted a pub like the one in John Fords classic movie, "The Quiet Man", offering talk and drink with no distractions, but such pubs are now scare as publicans increasingly rely on flat-screen televisions, rock music, even Texas Hold 'Em to attract a dwindling clientele. For Barich, this signaled that something deeper was at playan erosion of the essence of Ireland, perhaps without the Irish even being aware.A Pint of Plain is Barichs witty, deeply observant portrait of an Ireland vanishing before our eyes. Drawing on the wit and wisdom of Flann O'Brien, James Joyce, Brendan Behan, and J. M. Synge, Barich explores how Irish culture has become a commodity for exports for such firms as the Irish Pub Company, which has built some 500 authentic Irish pubs in 45 countries, where authenticity is in the eye of the beholder. The tale of Arthur Guinness and the famous brewery he founded in the mid-18th century reveals the astonishing fact that more stout is sold in Nigeria than in Ireland itself. From the famed watering holes of Dublin to tiny village pubs, Barich introduces a colorful array of characters, and, ever pursuing craic, the ineffable Irish word for a good time, engages in an unvarnished yet affectionate discussion about what it means to be Irish today. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Daniel Noel. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/001461/bk_adbl_001461_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The entire How to be Irish Collection! So ya want to be Irish eh? Well then, you've come to the right place! In this humorous audiobook the author gives clear and hilarious guidelines on how to become more Irish than the Irish themselves. No subject is left untouched, from Irish slang, famous Irish castles and landmarks to Ireland's newest UFC hero Conor McGregor aka "The Notorious". This audiobook is a must for anyone intending to visit Ireland or for the millions in the Irish diaspora abroad wanting to reconnect with their Irish heritage. So find a comfy spot, grab a pint of Guinness and soon (through a process known as osmosis) you'll be pissed and havin the craic... Common myths Real Irish facts Personality traits Religion The weather Heroes The GAA The pub The language Slang terminology/phrases Important places Dos and don'ts for tourists The law Warning: contains some good auld Irish begrudgery! Funny Feckin Irish jokes Did ya hear the one about the Irish boomerang? It doesn't come back it just sings songs about how much it wants to! Do you Like funny feckin' Irish jokes? Well then, you've come to the rite place! In this humorous audiobook the author has made an epic collection of the funniest Irish jokes, from the popular kerryman jokes to the timeless Paddy Irishman jokes this audiobook will have you in stitches! This audiobook is a must for anyone intending to visit Ireland or for the many Irish diaspora abroad wanting to reconnect with their Irish humour. Warning: contains funny feckin' Irish Jokes! Filthy Feckin Irish jokes This book of filthy feckin' Irish Jokes is packed with the filthiest, funniest gags and Celtic wisecracks that will give you the gift of the gab and a belly full of la 1. Language: English. Narrator: K.D. O'Neill. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/066110/bk_acx0_066110_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.