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Definition funny of Raftery:
Raf-tery The Raftery's are a clann situated in Ireland. They're a maphia-type familly but a lot more secritive and powerfull. They are known as 'the Authority' as the Rafterys have little respect for those who cause harm to society, but are also respected greatly by An Garda Siochanna (police). They are typically known for their stunning appearance, but will most likely be recognised by the trail of bleeding thugs left behind them.
Sally: Fuck! That guy is hot! *BANG* Raftery: You whore! Sally: Dam, I am a whore. Thus I was shot. Raftery: True that
a big gay
that raftery likes penis
Songs about Raftery:
Bridget Flynn / Have a Drink With Me / Paidin O'raftery by Baal Tinne from the Album The Clearing
I Am Raftery by Padraic Colum from the Album The Very Best of Irish Poetry & Prose
Moran's Hornpipe/Raftery's Favorite/The Friendly Visit by Gloucester Hornpipe & Clog Society from the Album Airs From Who Knows Where
Musha Raftery by Padraig Stevens from the Album Puddles and Rainbows
Books about Raftery:
Do they think we're eejits?: A selection of Mary Raftery columns 2003 - 2009 by Sheila Ahern, Katy Simpson and Fintan O'Toole (Aug 28, 2014)
On Raftery's Hill - Acting Edition by Marina Carr (Jan 1, 2002)
Marina Carr Plays - On Raftery's Hill, Ariel, Woman and Scarecrow, the Cordelia Dream, Marble
Blind Raftery by Anthony Raftery (Nov 2, 1998)
Raftery: Webster's Timeline History, 1903 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)
Raftery's poems; songs of life, love and liberty by John Patrick Raftery (Jun 5, 2011)
Abhráin Atá Leagtha Ar An Reachtúire, or, Songs Ascribed to Raftery. by Douglas Hyde (Oct 10, 2009)
Wiki information Raftery:
Bill Raftery is an American basketball analyst and former college basketball coach.
Mary Frances Thérèse Raftery was an Irish investigative journalist, filmmaker and writer. She started her investigative journalism career with In Dublin magazine in the 1970s, before moving on to Magill Magazine and then to Raidió Teilifís Éireann in...