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21 Irish people who saw the perfect opportunity and nailed it

We are a nation of opportunists.
Aug 7th 2015, 1:06 PM 19,026 2

1. This resident who just made an entire town NSFW

2. This person who just had a wee and STILL found time to be a devastating political pundit

Source: JulieCummins

3. The heroic Irish Times subeditor who formulated this headline

4. The bored Dublin bar staff who came up with the perfect way to improve their shift

Source: Imgur

5. The person armed with black tape who just made the whole of Co Cork a little bit funnier

Source: listoftheday

6. The Waterford kid who took his moment of glory, and used it to deliver a devastating burn to his little sister

Source: funnyjunk

7. This hero clamper

Source: C Korstenhorst/Twitter

8. The clairvoyant owners of this takeaway

Source: Imgur

9. This fast food truck which knows a good market opportunity when it sees one

Source: Imgur

10. This motorist with an ironclad alibi

Source: Reddit Ireland

11. Everyone involved in Skyline Scaffolding

Source: Imgur

12. The Spud Thief of Cavan

Source: Max2765

13. This innovative chef

Source: Imgur

14. Prizewinning author John Boyne

Source: Twitter

15. The headline writer at the Indo who deserves a Pulitzer

16. Whoever literally lobbed the gob on the giant Gabriel Byrne poster at Dublin Airport

Source: DAA

17. The person who opened a kebab shop in Laois for the sole reason of naming it…

Source: @KildareJoe

18. The lad who turned up at a Russell Crowe movie premiere in Dublin and asked him to sign a Neighbours annual

Source: Photocall Ireland

19. The RTE Guide cover designer who will never be forgiven by Evelyn Cusack

20. The artist behind this classic

Source: Facebook

21. And the straight-talking individual who is parking no matter what you say.

Source: @GavinDowd1

Inspired by this Buzzfeed post.

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