You watch Father Ted and laugh your head off because you get the jokes.
You have a conversation with Paddy down at the Saturday market and understand every word he said to you.
Someone uses a colloquialism you’ve never heard before but you still get it.
Your Irish friends quit giving you a hard time for speaking like a local.
You get used to the funeral notices the bus driver listens to on the radio.
The voices in your head are now speaking with an Irish accent.
Convoluted sentence structure doesn’t confuse you any more.
It no longer bothers you to spend half of your conversations with strangers talking about the weather.
You’re afraid the next time you go back home you’ll be talking like an Irish person and everyone will think you’re being pretentious.
This video makes you laugh (and, for me, cringe at the same time)!