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The 15 Most Irish Things That Have Happened This Month

By katedemolder

January 25, 2017 at 2:11pm


Every so often, we get so bombarded with Irishness that we simply have to write a post about it. 

The components of these posts come in many forms, but one thing remains - they're all really bloody funny. Most of them have come from our growing sister site's Instagram, @lovindotie, so for more of the same, you'll get it there. 

But for now - here are the best, funniest and most brilliant Irish things of the week.

1. This headline

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2. And this one...

Holy hell. Full article here.

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3. This Brian Dobson action figure

What. A. Hunk.

4. The Garda Síochána seizing someone's car cause they stopped for chips

'You takeaway chips, we takeaway car'. Full article here

5. This absolute chaos


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You had one job ????????

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6. This unmissable spelling mistake

Oh, dear.

7. This mysterious sign made by a loving father warning off his curious family

8. This very honest chalkboard

9. Yet another candid sign

We Irish are a forthright bunch. 

10. This handy guide to Irish slang


11. Ireland, in picture form

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How to attract Irish punters 101 (Credit: @gobananas3000)

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12. The main prize of a raffle in a Tallaght off-licence

If you're not in it...

13. This brilliant advertising on Richmond Street

14. The fact that someone got a tattoo of Mr. Tayto 

Full article here

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15. And finally, this hilarious price comparison poster

''CHEAPER THAN TESCO...for some things''

Bloody brilliant. 

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