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13 things that would probably happen if Love Island was full of Irish people

Mugged off.

LOVE ISLAND IS taking British TV by storm. As illustrated with this year’s Irish participants, it’s a little bit out of our comfort zone.

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We can’t imagine what a house full of Irish Love Islanders would be like… oh OK then.

1. Literally everyone would be red

What’s with all these bronzed gods and goddesses?

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2. It would be at least twelve more months before a couple admitted they like each other and stepped up in a coupling

3. In the most extreme cases, a pal would be drafted in to ask a girl to couple up with a guy

4. The texts would be ignored for a while

5. The first day would be spent establishing who knows who and what college everyone went to

6. There would be absolutely ZERO riding. What would your mam say?

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7. ”Couple? Us? We’re just shifting”.

8. The lack of liquid courage would be a massive downfall

9. There would be so much flirtatious slagging, the producers would have to get involved thinking they need to prevent a fight

10. Nobody would get ‘mugged off’, because people would just ignore each other until they moved on

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11. The men would be constantly slagging each other about being ‘whipped’ despite voluntarily coupling up

12. Every girl would be wearing the same Penneys bikini

13. And instead of black and white shirts all round, we’d have a lovely rainbow of check shirts from the lads

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