EXCLUSIVE! The very best Irish advice! This Irish tshirt design is inspired by the classic WWII British home front poster that read "Keep Calm and Carry On" but with a great irish twist. This comfortable crew neck T shirt fits like a well-loved favorite. 52% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 48% poly. Unisex sizing.
What Does Craic Mean?
The word crack originated from the Middle English crak meaning "loud conversation or bragging talk" and used to also mean gossip. By the mid-20th century, the Scots and English crack was adopted into Irish as craic. Basically, craic is slang for an enjoyable social activity; a good time.
For example: "She loves the craic, the late nights"
You'll hear it used in other ways too such as...
“How's the/What's the/Any craic?” = How are you?
“We had great craic.” = We had a lot of fun.
“They're great craic” = They are great company.
Minus Craic = You probably would have had more fun staying home.
Good Craic = A pretty good but also more chill time; nothing too crazy, but nothing too bad either.
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