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Rory's Stories is causing a lot of controversy with his latest video on relationships

The clip has been viewed over 400k times.

RORY O’CONNOR, otherwise known by his Facebook page ‘Rory’s Stories’, is dividing audiences with his latest skit.

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The internet comedian – who rose to fame by acting out aspecting of Irish life – uploaded a video yesterday entitled: “What greets a man when he comes home from work…” featuring fellow comedian Enya Martin, AKA ‘Giz A Laugh’ on Facebook.

The video – which has been viewed over 400k times on Facebook alone – follows Rory’s character as he comes in from work, and is faced with some pretty unassuming questions from Enya, his wife/girlfriend/person he is with in this fictional universe.

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After a moment of silence, Enya’s character accuses Rory of forgetting to put out the bin. Rory proceeds to slam the table and shout: “Just f*ck off will ya? The minute I come in the door, you’re up me hole with a million questions.

I’m tired, I’m hungry, I’m working hard. You’re doing f*cking nothing all day and you’re in me ear.”

The majority of commenters on Facebook thought this content was extremely gas and relatable.

In fact, the majority of the comments are just people tagging their others halves being like, “haha, is this me? Love you really though [insert love heart eyes moji here].”

On Twitter, however, discussion of the video has been decidedly different.

Many commenters have criticised the comedian for the sketch, which they argue portrays domestic and emotional abuse.

DailyEdge.ie contacted both Rory O’Connor and Enya Martin for comment.

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