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This video on Irish stereotypes is oddly charming and pretty dead-on

You won’t find any little green men here.

THE LATEST VIDEO from the good people at Facts sees them offer a few words on Irish stereotypes.

They simultaneously dispel a few of the more persistent stereotypes and embrace some of the notions that hold true. For example, while not all of us have ate corned beef and cabbage, we do all have a cousin named Paddy. It’s just science.

The end result? An oddly charming homage to Irishness.

Sláinte, etc.

Source: Facts./YouTube

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