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jig on an aer lingus plane

Aer Lingus Takes Inflight Entertainment To New Heights With Jigs In The Aisle

October 15, 2015

We all know Aer Lingus are the friendliest airline. But it seems they’re also up for a bit of craic as this video shows. Flight attendant Orla O’Brien was serving on what seemed like a regular flight. But then an impromptu trad session started. And when the fiddle came out Orla and a passenger took […]

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a Swedish choir on a Dublln bus

Watch What Happens When A Swedish Choir Use Dublin Bus

October 6, 2015

Bus trips home are rarely memorable. But then they don’t often have Swedish choirs on them. But last night the number 16 in Dublin did and the passengers were treated to a rousing performance. The sing-song was captured by Angela Mullin who posted it to Facebook. She says she didn’t join in the singing but […]

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a llama spotted in Offaly

Llama Wanders Around Offaly – And Then Disappears

October 6, 2015

A llama was spotted wandering the roads of Offaly on Monday morning. The animal was reported by James Hayden near the village of Rahan. He tweeted a picture of it to AA Roadwatch @aaroadwatch Loose llama near Rahan pic.twitter.com/7my1kSdb6I — James Hayden (@jamesahayden) October 5, 2015 The animal then disappeared and has not been reported […]

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irish dancing origins

The True Meaning Of Irish Dancing Has Been Revealed

September 28, 2015

We all know the unique style of Irish Dance has conquered the world. But where and how did Irish Dance originate? The energy and rhythm in Irish Dance is elemental and affects people at their root. But, according to the theory in this video, that driving force is even more basic than we thought…   […]

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No Sign Of Mrs. Doyle As Lidl Breaks The World Tea Pouring Record

September 24, 2015

The world record for pouring tea was smashed by a group of 12 at the National Ploughing Championship. No word from Mrs. Doyle on her feelings at being left out. A team of 12 people from Lidl made 1,848 cuppas in 60 minutes – beating the previous record by 240 cups. The volunteers had to […]

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maps of ireland and the uk

Do You Know Where Ireland or England Are? On A Map Of Ireland and The UK?

September 22, 2015

Identifying countries can be tricky. After all it’s a big world. But what about identifying Ireland and the UK on a map that contains only Ireland and the UK? Could Americans do it? Sadly we all know the answer before we even watch the video… (Just please don’t ask us to identify the individual states […]

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discussing the differences between irish and American English

American English Vs. Irish English. This Hilarious Video Explains The Difference

September 11, 2015

We know that English is not English. But what are the differences between Irish English and American English? Let These Two Show You… The video was made by language app Smigin and features two of their employees; Austin from California and Saoirse from Ireland. I’m guessing it makes a lot more sense to Irish people […]

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drone view of st. Patricks cathedral dublin

A Drone Flew Through St. Patricks Cathedral – And Made This Amazing Video

August 26, 2015

St. Patricks Cathedral is the largest church in Ireland. Hundreds of thousands visit it every year either for services or as tourists. But none have seen it like this drone has! The Church of Ireland Cathedral was founded in 1191. It is one of 2 Church of Ireland Cathedrals in Dublin and has a 43 […]

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Argentinian joins an Irish dancing trio

Watch This Argentinian Get Carried Away As 3 Lads Irish Dance Across The World

August 10, 2015

3 Irish lads decided to Irish Dance their way around the world. And at least one Argentinian was so impressed he HAD to take part! These 3 lads are not professional dancers but they’ve obviously got great neck as they spent a year travelling the world and did an Irish dance in each country. Now […]

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Lugnaquilla in county wicklow

It’s Ireland But As You Rarely Imagine Her. See The Full Video

August 10, 2015

This is Ireland as you rarely imagine it. Flying above Lugnaquilla in winter the landscape is austere and mysterious with dramatic interplay of mist and light. This is one of a series by SkyCam Ireland. While their others are also well worth seeing they are taken in spring and summer. This stood out to me […]

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