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The true culchie has the ability to entertain at will, whether on stage or TV.
There she encounters strong discrimination, for being a "culchie".
And that goes for that culchie whom I sense is in your immediate vicinity.
Thus the term cúl an tí or culchie was applied to these people.
The comedian Pat Shortt has made a successful living out of being a culchie comedian.
He has his own television series, Killinaskully, based on a theme of culchie in a village in rural Munster.
The Culchie Festival started in 1989 in Clonbur, County Galway.
In Hiberno-English and Ulster-Scots, culchie is a term sometimes used to describe a person from rural Ireland.
Already in 2009 Keith's ad production has scooped 4 awards for just one advert, namely for usedcarsni.com where he satirised the voice of a culchie to advertise a car search engine.
The style of television presenter Dáithí Ó Sé is considered by some to be "edgy" and by others to be "a big lump of culchie cliche".
With Kelly playing the part of a culchie called "Gobnait O'Lúnasa", they typically started with the sound of him putting coins in an old freckle coin box, and when the phone rang and was answered, his words were, "Hello!
Kate's family came over from Ireland a long time ago and their closest contact to the soil is the odd spot of weekend gardening, but Kate associates closely with the dispossessed peasantry of old Ireland, and anywhere else for that matter, and taters brings out the culchie in her.
The Oxford English Dictionary describes the etymology of the word "culchie", meaning a country person or one not from the city of Dublin, as "Apparently alteration of Kiltimagh, Irish Coillte Mach (older Mághach), the name of a country town in Co.