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Definition funny of Rathlin:
Rathlin is a mythical beast commonly found garding castles and breathing fire. Rathlins originated from lizards and brown sugar so they still have the defining characteristics you would expect (the light brown coating and the famous lime green pom-pom at the end of the tail.) Some breeds have adapted to the constant pich-fork-bearing villagers trying to catch it and can produce a force feild if in great danger. Rathlins can also make great pets.
Brian: Whoa, what's that light brown, fire breathing mythical beast with a pom-pom on it's tail? Jeff: Ohh, man, that's a Rathlin. Better not get too close, I've heard some of them have force feilds!
Songs about Rathlin:
Rathlin Island (1847) by Cathie Ryan from the Album Somewhere Along The Road
Reels - Rathlin Island/The Graff Spree/Last Night's Fun by Dervish from the Album Dervish - Live At Johnny Fox's
Irish Medley: Destination Donegal - Rathlin Island - My Donegal. by Eriskay Lilt from the Album Just A Little Bit
Mansorrou: The Man in Constant Sorrow / The Rathlin Island by Banda de Gaites Llacín from the Album Xideces
The Mist Covered Mountain/Rathlin Island by Stephen Megarity from the Album Inspiring Celtic Bagpipes - Volume 2
The Rathlin Bog - Sally Gardens. by Derek Warfield & the Young Wolfe Tones from the Album The Night Is Young
The Rathlin Bog/Sally Gardens by Derek Warfield & the Young Wolfe Tones from the Album On the One Road
Books about Rathlin:
Rathlin by Jennifer Faus (Jun 15, 2013)
Rathlin: Its Island Story by H.W. Clark (Jul 1988)
Rathlin Island: Historic Fortress off the North Coast of Ireland by Michael Sheane (Dec 9, 2013)
Rathlin Island: An Archaeological Survey of a Maritime Landscape (Northern Ireland Archaeological Monographs) by Wes Forsythe, Rosemary McConkey and Northern Ireland Environment Agency (May 3, 2012)
Rathlin's rugged story: From an islander's perspective
Rathlin: Nature and Folklore by Philip Watson (Jun 1, 2011)
RATHLIN TALE by STAMPTON Tim (1991)
Wiki information Rathlin:
Rathlin Island is an island off the coast of County Antrim and the northernmost point of Northern Ireland. Rathlin is the only inhabited offshore island of Northern Ireland, with a population of just over 100 people, and is the second most northerly...
Rathlin Castle, also known as Bruce's Castle, was a castle on Rathlin Island off the coast of County Antrim in Northern Ireland.