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daoine an sésh

The legendary Facebook page Humans of The Sesh has a Gaeilge version now

And they need you to translate old posts.

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IN A WORLD full of Facebook parodies of the famous Humans of New York page, there is one that’s perfected the art here in Ireland.

And that’s Humans of the Sesh.

It introduces you to completely fictional and gas characters you’ll meet on an absolute session

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They are the go-to place for hash and can-based humour

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And anything to do with the glorious sesh

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It’s basically achieved legendary status at this point

So, in an act of purest equality at the end of last month, the Humans of The Sesh page called on their followers to translate all their old posts into Gaeilge so they could create a page solely in our native tongue.

And they did it – and called it Daoine an sésh

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Note the new fada on the classic Sesh logo

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They got such a massive response to the call out for help as well:

So we have had a huuuuge response, so so so so many people have gotten on to us, but theres just one problem a lot of people have translated the same posts so from now on I will edit the oringal posts on humans of the sesh with the word (translated) at the bottom so ye know if its been done alredi an that!

And the translations are coming in thick and fast

All the classics from the original Facebook page, as Gaeilge

“”People always ask me how I deal with being in The Night’s Watch. The answer is cans, like. Loads of fuckin’ lads stuck up in up the north, freezin’ our balls off, how else are ya meant to deal with it? Just loads and loads of cans.”

Sésh on.

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