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60 people in Ireland searched for 'Irish Mammy' on Pornhub last month

And 371 searched for ‘Donegal’.

pornhub Source: Mariana Cotlear

SIXTY PEOPLE. SIXTY.

For 30 days in the month of November, sixty people in Ireland searched for the term ‘Irish Mammy’ on Pornhub.

We asked the world’s largest pornography site for their stats on a number of very Irish terms….

365 searched for ‘tractor’

Tractor Source: mattbaron

371 searched for ‘Donegal’

don Source: Tony Webster

193 searched for ‘shift’

Kiss Source: Ferran&BCN

369 searched for ‘mammy’

Flowers Source: DJ SINGH

560 searched for ‘Cork’

Cork City, Ireland Source: mick dunne

185 searched for ‘ma’

bath & candles Source: elprofeabra

and a whopping

22,199 searched for ‘Dublin’

Dublin! Source: J.Salmoral

Pornhub also told us that 7,469 searched for ‘Twink’, but given the double meaning of the name, we think perhaps they weren’t all looking for this lady.

File Photo ADELE CONDRON KING, alias Twink, has been given a last chance by a judge to save her home from repossession by a bank. Judge Jacquelinne Linnane today adjourned possession proceedings by Start Mortgages against Twink and her estranged husband, Source: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ie

These ‘very Irish terms’ pale in comparison to everyday favourites like ‘lesbian’ and ‘MILF’, with ‘Dublin’ coming in 49th place.

Pornhub also revealed that the searches for ‘Irish mammy’ are more than 17,000% higher here than in the rest of the world. ‘Donegal’ searches are over 16,000% more popular, while we search for ‘tractor’ 2616% more.

Read: A Definitive List Of The Sexiest Irish Women’s Names>

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