Where will you hear “What’s the craic?” instead of “What’s up”?
“Craic” refers to news, gossip, banter, fun, good company, or good conversation. Asking “What’s the craic?” is a bit like asking “What’s happening?” or “What’s going on?” The word “craic” is pronounced like “crack,” and it was once spelled that way, too.
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