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17 GAA happenings the world will never understand


1. They could never understand that an umpire could tuck into a snack box in the middle of a match

Wouldn’t get that at Wimbledon.

2. They’d never get that the GAA lottery could be this serious a business

bigwinner Source: Daithi O'Laoghaire/Twitter

3. And this pass would mean nothing around the world

4. Explaining to them how rivalries can get heated in sign form

5. And in headlines

limerick Source: Pat Crowe Twitter

6. When this linesman got creative when he was putting out the flags

Source: Donal Coughlan/YouTube

7. The very concept of the “good jumper”

8. They probably won’t get why this was absolutely class

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9. And they probably wouldn’t think this is a banger

Source: Phat kiidz/YouTube

Missing out.

10. That time this supporter went to great Supermac’s lengths to protect himself from the rarely-seen sun

11. How international celebrities all subscribe to one intriguing slogan

Bqj_vpZCIAAAZ4p Source: Twitter/@aideenmurray

12. And how you start seeing it popping up all over the place

13. It’s not a shock to see GAA jerseys showing up in the most ridiculous of places

limerick Source: Imgur

14. Like, people genuinely aren’t all that surprised to see them here

bigmen Source: Midlands Sport Facebook

15. How the odd time you would get the strangest people togging out for training

16. It’s hard to describe the life and death nature of it, so it might be best to show them this

17. And finally… watching this wedding dance, they might get some idea of what you’re talking about

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