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9 photos Irish people take on their holidays

Protect the Irish abroad at all costs.

1. Ok, so before anyone even steps on a plane, it’s important to get a of your pint in the airport.

“Be rude not to! ;)” No it wouldn’t Michael, relax.

An honourary mention should also go to snaps of plane tickets/passports.

Arís, only this time in Dublin! #guinness #dublin #dublinairport

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2. The standard Let’s Pretend I’m The Same Size As The Monument.

3. … Followed by the Let’s Rip The Piss Out Of People Who Do The Above.

“Haha, did I get it?”

4. Group shot of all the lads in jerseys on either a) A Spanish strip, b) Next to a swimming pool or c) On a beach.

#Mayo4Sam

mayo-jersey-2016-2s-1_1 Source: O'Neills

5. Singular shot of someone with an Irish flag draped over themselves.

Or with one, at the very least. We don’t leave the patriotism at home, that’s for sure.

#sailingthemaldives#irishflag#irishandproud

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6. A photo of them on the massive penis in the sex museum in Amsterdam.

Because penises are GAS – and prime fodder for likes.

(An honourary mention to the ‘I amsterdam’ sign, which comes a very close second).

7. Street signs that feature their surnames or something that might be remotely connected to Ireland.

Example: A bunch of lads from Roscommon under a sign for Roscommon Street in Liverpool with the caption: “We run this town.”

You do, yeah.

Here is Roscommon Street, for reference.

roscommon street

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8. Looking very, very sunburnt at a full-moon party.

Like, to the point where you can’t differentiate the red lights and the sunburn.

9. A shite sunset with “ugh never want to leave” and some exasperated emojis.

 

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