Gaeilge le Glam

Gaeilge le Glam

Gaeilge le Glam. What is it? It’s a website, a Facebook page , an Instagram account ,  a Blogspot and a Twitter account. Somebody please tell me why we need all of these!

Any of them, however, will open a glamorous Irish language world devised by four friends who happen to be also Irish language teachers. Enter the world outside the classroom of Roseann, Síofra, Gearoidín, and Aisling and be amazed and delighted with their tips for a glamorous life and important moments such as weddings. Read about ‘na do’s agus na don’ts’ of planning a weddicursai smidiung.

The four friends are also interested in cúrsaí bia, ‘nutrition’, cúrsaí smidiú ‘make-up. Did you know that you should have a good relationship with your make-up artist? What about asking your doctor to prescribe a general antibiotic for problematic skin leading up to the big day?

is mise le meas

The phrase for ‘yours sincerely’ punned with former Taoiseach’s  name

Seán Lemass Ireland’s Taoiseach 1959-1966

I found the playful mixture of Irish and English charming: an idea for Father’s Day is ‘na good old reliables, léine na Daddys’. Someone is ‘an-stressed’, and another is ‘comh excited anois’, and another ‘ar ais i mo chomfort zone arís’. Irish is exciting, glamorous, on trend, and in the moment with these four gaelgeoirí. They should be encouraged. If you like what they are doing, indicate this by using one of the above social media formats.