The Blarney Stone (Irish: Cloch na Blarnan) is a block of Carboniferous limestone
built into the ... The word blarney has come to mean "clever, flattering, or coaxing
talk". ... She told M...
True to it's name, the Blarney Stone is surrounded by tall tales and myths. ... Thus
did the Stone, during that time, come to signify the gift of sparkling eloquence ...
Kissing the Blarney Stone, in Cork, Ireland has the legendary capacity to endow
the ... The word blarney has come to mean clever, flattering, or coaxing talk.
Jul 30, 2013 ... ... maybe it's blarney*, but after kissing the Blarney Stone, I've come up with not ...
Kissing the Blarney Stone is just the icing on the cake; I mean castle. ... although
the windows that came with metal bars did remind me a tad of ...
Perhaps the most interesting fact about the Blarney Stone is the tradition of
kissing it. Millions of people have come to Blarney Castle to plant a kiss on the
Jul 24, 2015 ... Kissing the Blarney Stone is said to brings people the "the ability to deceive
without offending." If every myth and legend about the Blarney ...
When Blarney Castle was built, one stone was put into place by a man who
predicted no one would ever be able to touch it again. If you can kiss the blarney
Feb 22, 2008 ... Well, Sir Winston Churchill kissed the Blarney Stone, and it worked for him, ...
themselves have come into close contact with the Blarney Stone.
Blarney is celebrated the world over for a stone on the parapet that is said to
endow whoever kisses it with the eternal gift of eloquence (in Irish 'solabharthact')
Mar 14, 2014 ... Kissing the Blarney Stone is said to give a person eloquent speech. ... a year
come to receive the gift of flattering and persuasive speech. ... McCarthy, who did
not possess a natural fluidity with words, found the stone and ...