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Irish goodbye

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An Irish goodbye is a slang term with its origins in the Irish-American neighborhoods of NYC and Boston. It refers to the practice of consciously yet inconspicuously leaving a gathering (usually such gathering being among friends) without formally saying saying farewell. The Irish goodbye allows for an expedient exit without spending time on elongated farewells etc.


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