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17 times Irish people proved Gaeilge is the funniest language

Ar fheabhas.

1. It’s the kind of language that makes knock-knock jokes legitimately funny

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2. There was that time somebody had the best Gaeilge name for their house

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3. There was this pun that wonderfully merged dinosaurs and presents

4. And names that are only funny when you combine them with Irish

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5. We can make gas references out of any situation

6. And movies too

Ar fheabhas.

7. You can turn any phrase into something gas

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8. There are one-liners that have become modern classics

9. These will go down as the finest Gaeilge jokes of our day

10. Because there’s something very satisfying about mixing English with a Gaeilge punchline

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11. There was the time Mila Kunis was committed to Gaeilge meme immortality

12. Along with Leo

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13. Even the simplest of puns as Gaeilge are so satisfying

14. Whether it’s a gangsta meme

15. Or a Macklemore pun – they’re all fine work

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16. Not forgetting the t-shirts out there

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*applause*

17. Each one a wonderful example of Gaeilge being serious craic

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