Here's Why You Should Skip Work To Watch 'The Story Of Yes' Today
Love is real!
Last night, The Story of Yes, a 50 minute documentary film aired on RTÉ. Within minutes the show was trending on Twitter as people reached out to share their stories, and weigh in on the seismic shift that occurred in Ireland this time last year.
If you didn't get a chance to watch the documentary you can do so here, and we fully suggest doing so immediately - just make sure you've got some tissues handy.
Here's how the people of Ireland responded to what can only be described as an emotional rollercoaster...
#storyofyes I'm crying happy tears and shaking my fist at the people who out their religious beliefs over others happiness— Alison Spittle (@AlisonSpittle) May 23, 2016
"I never heard anything bad about having 2 dads until the referendum" #storyofyes showing some of the negative impacts of MarRef for so many— Dee Campbell (@DeeCaam) May 23, 2016
Mary McAleese speech has me in tears again. She was fantastic throughout #storyofyes— Wayne Power (@PowerWayne) May 23, 2016
getting flashbacks to crying on the floor of a toilet stall in Pantibar and being hugged by 100,000 strangers when I walked out #StoryofYes— Poor Yorick, Fellow of (@InfiniteJess) May 23, 2016
Not a dry eye in the house :) #storyofyes— Alan Kinsella (@electionlit) May 23, 2016
It was so nice to watch that with my family and just feel it in my heart what it was like all over again. #StoryOfYes— Samuel Riggs (@samwhatislife) May 23, 2016
Its true. If you want to understand Ireland, who we really are-our decency, generosity, compassion-look at what we did last May. #StoryofYes— Colm O'Gorman (@Colmogorman) May 23, 2016
WE DID IT!