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There's one scene in To All The Boys I've Loved Before that Irish people can't let go

‘He’s a craic’.

IF YOU, LIKE the rest of the Netflix-watching population, got stuck into To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before this weekend, you’ll have probably noticed something that really irritated you.

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If you’re a weirdo and didn’t watch the movie, here’s why everyone is so obsessed with it.

So why would it annoy you, a far removed Irish person?

When our protagonist Lara Jean is watching TV on a Saturday night with her little sister Kitty, they have a conversation that really should have been put past a Scottish person.

They start to discuss what their older sister Margot might be doing over in Scotland, where she’s attending college.

Kitty says she’s probably doing ‘crack’ and Lara Jean, shocked, wonders why she’d say such a thing.

Kitty’s reply will make you sigh

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We’re seeing two major infractions here. One for attributing craic to Scotland, and another for misusing it in a sentence.

People obviously picked up on it.

Tweet by @Staci Source: Staci/Twitter

You were doing so well, Netflix.

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