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15 things that prove Irish people have this dating thing down to a tee

We’re pros.

ROMANTIC IRELAND IS dead and gone, they said.

But is it really?

1. Just look at this girl’s marvelous response to a lad asking her if she wanted some Irish beef

2. Or this insight into what Tinder is like in rural Ireland

eimear Source: Éimear/Twitter

3. How about this girl’s very public declaration of love for Marty Whelan?

America has John Cusack standing underneath a girl’s window with a boombox. Ireland has girls propositioning Marty Whelan on Winning Streak. You tell us which is more romantic.

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4. Ah yes, the frontage question

The cornerstone of any Irish relationship.

ladco Source: etherkelly/Twitter

5. We excel at coming up with romantic backstories

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6. In fact, Mass plays a surprisingly big role when it comes to dating in Ireland

7. WHERE’S MY HEADLINE?

8. Let us never forget the time a lad on First Dates Ireland texted his mate to say he was desperately holding in his farts lest they be caught on his mic

A true gentleman.

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9. We’re not afraid to namedrop…

10. And we always come prepared

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11. Our chat-up lines are pretty on point

12. We’re not afraid to go after something when we really want it

*writes letter to ridey barman*

13. And, oh yeah, we go there

14. *hopeful face*

15. And finally… we know exactly how to impress a potential paramour

“Bottle of Buckfact, m’lady?”

SWOON.

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Amy O'Connor

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