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#Foil Arms and Hog

This Foil Arms And Hog sketch about the upheaval before 'The Visitors' arrive is spot on


Foil Arms and Hog have perfectly summed up the utter sham that is St Patrick's Day

St Patrick isn’t Irish. Potatoes aren’t even Irish. Who are we?

This comedy sketch will resonate with anyone who's ever had to work for 'exposure'

“My exposure is through the roof! I’m getting so many unpaid job offers, I don’t know what to do.”

Foil Arms and Hog's new sketch nails the frustration of teaching computers to your parents

“Let me just read all these terms and conditions.” Noooooo.

12 times Foil Arms and Hog perfectly skewered Irish people

They just get it so right.

Foil Arms and Hog have identified every argument your family will have on Christmas Day

It’s all coming down the line to you!

Foil Arms & Hog have devised 10 handy ways to pretend you were listening to someone

Just whip out the Deflating Balloon. They’ll have no idea.

This sketch will resonate deeply with anyone who is absolutely shite at cooking

*puts on kettle* *forgets* *puts on kettle again*

Foil Arms and Hog's take on the garda strike has blown up on Facebook

“First thing Friday morning we’re going fishing for wild salmon.”

Foil Arms and Hog have perfectly identified the 11 different ways of being late to work

The Blamer, the Gifter, the Judas… Which one are you?

This Foil Arms & Hog sketch about a sesh monster living for the weekend is brilliant

Time of revival, Friday 5pm.

This Irish sketch perfectly sums up that one mate you have who 'went off travelling'

“I feel cleansed.” “I heard you got the sh*ts.”

Foil Arms and Hog's new sketch sums up the Irish Olympic boxing debacle

Michael Conlan is LOVING it.

Foil Arms and Hog's new sketch sums up the Irish Olympic boxing debacle

Michael Conlan is LOVING it.

An Irish sketch just perfectly summed up the bleedin' state of the world

No no, we can’t go there.

Foil Arms and Hog brilliantly summed up the difference between Irish and English fans

“I can still have fizzy drinks, can’t I, Mammy?”

This Irish skit excellently sums up how easily people get offended

Hashtag calendar prick.

This comedy sketch perfectly sums up the pain of trying to find a flat in Dublin

May the rent be ever in your favour.

This Foil Arms & Hog skit brilliantly parodies RTÉ's coverage of the 1916 centenary

“He was a volunteer… In the charity shop.”

Foil Arms & Hog's guide to speaking 'Dublin' is essential viewing for non-Dubliners

“Yi. You. Yiz. You’iz. Youz.”

This Foil Arms & Hog sketch captures the struggle of not drinking as an Irish person

But Dad was an alcoholic! “Well, at least he was a bit of craic.”

This video sums up why you should never take an Irish person literally

“I’d KILL for a cup of tea.” *recoils in horror*

Irish sketch perfectly takes the piss out of life 'hacks'

Your girlfriend won’t watch football…? Get a boyfriend!

This sketch superbly sums up every Irish film ever

“Marry me, Patrick.” “But…you’re a Protestant.”

Fifty Irish towns squeezed into one conversation about a night on the lash

Was she a bit of a MILFord?

Modern Irish small talk sucks, and this sketch proves it

Yeah, sounds about right.

This comedy sketch perfectly captures the horrors of renting in Dublin

“Originally a holding cell for illegal immigrants…”

Foil, Arms & Hog sketch epitomises that life ruining post-festival fear

That moment you realise there’s no baby wipes left. *faints*

The perfect description of every Irish hipster at a festival, ever

Bands are only cool when nobody knows who they are.

Here's what REALLY happens during each Luas stop announcement

It’s a hard life behind that mic.

Irish sketch perfectly sums up the confusion around dog years

SIX FIFTEEN dog central time.

Irish lads demonstrate things that should be simple, but really really aren't

We identify with all of these painful, intricate tasks.

Parody song perfectly sums up the experience of flying Ryanair

Now showing at a gate that couldn’t be further away.

Very Irish Christmas carols feature shifting and shopping in the Square

“Christmas tunes, Christmas tunes, all day and all night…”

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