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17 times Irish people proved they are the funniest people in the world

The perfect antidote to Blue Monday.

TODAY IS BLUE Monday, otherwise known as the most depressing day of the year.

So with that in mind, let’s remind ourselves of all the times Irish people were bloody hilarious.

1. The time the guards invoked spice bags whreported on a cannabis seizure

gs Source: An Garda Síochána/Twitter

2. This very Irish reaction to a line in Game of Thrones

3. The fact that *this* is the 404 page on RTÉ

Tweet by @Avril Needham Source: Avril Needham/Twitter

4. This gal reppin’ gee at the darts

5. The time these lads turned themselves into a human tricolour at Ireland vs. New Zealand

6. This response to the Apple tax story

CrOWA0dXEAA-LC2 Source: Aine McMahon/Twitter

7. The time someone defaced this poster so that it would include the most Irish compliment deflection of all time

“Thanks hun, Penneys.”

#peadarkearneys #irishhumour #toiletbanter #saturdaynight #thankshunpenneys

A photo posted by Elaine Bardon (@elainebardon) on

8. *snigger*

9. This sign in a pub bathroom


Tweet by @Kathryn Lynch Source: Kathryn Lynch/Twitter

10. A classic

11. This excellent headline

*applause emoji*

12. This innuendo-laden traffic update

Poor Grainne.

13. This tweet

14. The sign outside this Belfast café


15. This 10/10 Halloween costume

“What are you?” “I’m Nadine Coyle’s passport.”

Tweet by @damian Kerlin Source: damian Kerlin/Twitter

16. This sign outside of a Dublin garage

We see what you did there, lads.

17. And finally… these predictable comments on an article about ghee


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Amy O'Connor

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