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13 photos that will make every Irish person seethe with rage

*deep breaths*

1. The tragedy of being given this to put in your tea

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2. The anger when you see someone has left an empty carton of milk back in the fridge

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3. The patriotic rage when you see Tayto and Barry’s Tea being described as “British”

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4. A green pint of Guinness. A. Green. Pint.

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Sacrilege.

5. The disappointment when you look down and see your fake tan has come off

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6. The million ughs you mutter when you get a letter from these guys

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7. When you’re on the M50 and you see this…

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8. BUT I JUST WANT TO WATCH THE TELLY

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9. The contempt you feel for Ryanair when they charge you for exceeding luggage size

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10. The depression when you realise the midges have come after you

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11. OH, ENNIS IS IN THE UK, IS IT?

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12. Were you born in a bloody barn? CLOSE THE DOOR

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13. When you ask for Irish tea and are handed this…

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If it’s not Barry’s or Lyon’s, it can GTFO.

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