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12 reasons Ireland is the world’s most optimistic country

No really, we are, research says it.

ACCORDING TO NEW research, Ireland is the most optimistic country in the world.  Yep, we came top of a list of countries with the most positive outlook, followed by Brazil, Denmark, New Zealand and the United States.

Lads, we’re more optimistic than Americans!

Can you believe it?  You probably can, because you’re that optimistic.

We were a little surprised by this news, so decided to spend some time considering the evidence.  As it turns out, there are many pieces of evidence which support these findings.

Here are twelve reasons Ireland is the world’s most optimistic country.

‘Ah sure it’ll be grand’ is our national motto

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Because it’s difficult to get down about bad news when it’s coming from someone this dapper

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Because sometimes we surprise ourselves and everyone else!

Ireland vs. Italy in the World Cup in ’94 anyone?

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Because even when things are really bad, we find a way to have a laugh

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Because even if you have a diabolical night, there’s always taco cheese chips at the end of it

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Because if you weren’t optimistic in a country with this much grey weather, you wouldn’t survive

It’s essentially evolution at its finest.

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Because there are few things a good cup of tea won’t fix

Sure we survived the famine, didn’t we?

We might not always be the winner, but sure we’ve the ‘best fans in the world’

YouTube/GrandTour Poland

Because we still genuinely think we can win Eurovision

With these guys.

YouTube/rte

Because we truly believe every Summer is ‘going to be a good one’

‘Yes Mary, but they say this year we’re going to have a good summer, you know?’ Photocall Ireland

We might be broke, but you know what they say…

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