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Watch 12 hapless tourists struggling to translate Irish slang

“If I had a garden full of Mickeys?”

IRISH SLANG CAN be difficult even for Irish people.

But for tourists, it’s well nigh impenetrable. As these poor visitors discovered when they were invited to guess the translations of some basic colloquialisms.


Or ‘a few scoops’…

Poor lost souls.

Source: Facts./YouTube

Separated by a common language. From the same cruel minds who brought you Irish people tasting American snacks.

More: 11 words and phrases that have a totally different meaning in the West of Ireland>

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