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Not an authentic what ? Every stone is authentic isn't it ? Unless it's a fake stone ..The Stone of Eloquence has attracted controversy in the past, with a newspaper reports suggesting it was a hotbed for the spread of disease and further accusations last year that the stone, implanted in the walls of the 15th-century castle, was not authentic.
I was advised some time ago on a Canadian forum that the locals pissed on the Blarney Stone.A former English workmate inquired of me "do you Irish kiss the stone as well?" to which I replied "not at all, it's only gullible American tourists that do so, us Irish usually just piss on it".
Guy is clearly some sort of deranged deviant I have Pakeha, Maori, British and even a Hong Kong Chinese friend who specifically pop round to my gaff cos they can be guaranteed a nice cup of Barry's!Mind you that particular Canadian had lived in Ireland for a while and absolutely detested it. I forget why. Something to do with not liking Barry's tea I think, though presumably there was more to it than that.
I've never actually tried it.Guy is clearly some sort of deranged deviant I have Pakeha, Maori, British and even a Hong Kong Chinese friend who specifically pop round to my gaff cos they can be guaranteed a nice cup of Barry's!