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Irish people in this Facebook group have come up with a gas Gaeilge meme

And now they’re popping up everywhere.

OVER THE LAST week or so, a Gaeilge-based meme has popped up on Facebook and spread around the Irish internet with glee.

It’s simple: people take a random stranger on Facebook whose name sounds kind of like a phrase as Gaeilge – and then send them a message continuing the sentence in Irish.

For example, someone called Leigh Annis

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The Facebook group where it all began is called “Gaeilge más féidir Béarla más gá” and it’s starting to take off elsewhere as well.

A basic grasp of our native tongue and some creativity is all that’s needed

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Given the people sending them tend not to be Facebook friends with the recipients, it’s likely that the messages are sailing harmlessly into the ‘other’ inbox

anwill5 Source: Facebook

And once they get posted on the Facebook page, Gaeilge-lovers in the 4000-strong group are taking delight in some of the creations

anwill6 Source: Facebook

Even though it’s only been around a short while, some want it gone

While others are seeing the funny side

Sometimes, it’s not even people that are on the receiving end

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And this guy even got in on the joke here

anwill Source: Facebook

Well played, a mhúinteoir.

The first Gaeilge meme of 2016 has landed.

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