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feck it

1. An expression of indifference, apathy, or nonchalance. "Feck" here is a euphemistic, though still mildly vulgar, substitution for "fuck." Primarily heard in Ireland. You know what, feck it, I'm tired of waiting; let's go home.
2. An exclamation of dismay, exasperation, anger, or frustration. Primarily heard in Ireland. Ah, feck it! I can't find my keys anywhere! Feck it, I just had the car fixed and now you've put a dent in it!
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This is great, it's good for our confidence," said Feck.
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Feck has been around in various forms in Ireland since the early 1800s.
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After a few cocktails, the room became like the Island's Old Priests' Home, and the bar of fun-loving holiday makers turned into an audience with Father Jack, as the vocabulary descended to four words: Feck, Erse, Girls, and Drink.
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Vatican officials are already planning to transmit next Easter's Urbi et Orbe sermon with a 10 second delay in place in order to filter out the words : FECK
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But if he is looking for appearance money he can feck off.
His vocabulary may be restricted to "drink, feck and girls", but that's three more intelligent words than Dunphy has.
An Irishman who knows feck all about his national drink.
And then I thought, feck this for a game of marbles, I read to be cheered up.