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6 Irish people try to translate southern American slang... badly

Everything’s janky.

TOURIST IN IRELAND haven’t had much luck trying to translate our slang, so what about when the tables are turned?

Six clueless Irish people took a stab at deciphering slang from the southern American states, and failed miserably. In fact, there was a recurring theme:

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Source: Facts./YouTube

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