Witnesses say it has a blood-curdling screech, the devil’s own eyes and a mouth filled with razor-sharp fangs and that it could gobble you up quicker than you could say clásal coibhneasta neamhdhíreach
[size=1]Carmanach Posted: 23 March 2013 11:13 PM[/size] some say the sound of chains being rattled in the dead of night signals the arrival of the sandhi. If that happens, you should retreat to the comfort of your holiday chalet, bolt the doors and close all the windows.
yeah I wish I was on holidays somewhere in India, in my chalet, scared of sandhi, the indian ghost of a rotten liaison interdite… no chance of that at the moment… 🙁 tá an obair ag fanacht…
in central Donegal I too heard and was instructed to say “go ndéanaidh a mhaith duit” in response to GRMA. I usually say it after GRMA, but I also use “na habair é”. I know it’s an anglicism but I have just gotten into the habit of using it.