What would you be asking for if you wanted some Mi Wadi?
Dash of whiskey
This feisty filly is taking part in a televised competition. What is it?
That's the annual Lovely Girls competition, as seen in Father Ted.
That's obviously Ireland's most popular dance competition, The New Riverdancer.
The All Ireland Talent Show only ran for a three series and was a bit... rubbish to say the least.
What, you mean the rest of the world doesn't know about The Rose of Tralee festival, where girls from all Ireland's counties compete to see who's most 'lovely and fair'? Eejits.
What does 'skirts and kidneys' mean?
It's the nickname of one of Ireland's famous stews.
Stop acting the fool. It doesn't mean a thing.
A derogatory term referring to female Garda (police) officers.
It's when an ugly looking man is with a woman way out of his league
Which of these slightly less game-changing inventions also came from the Emerald Isle?
A man named Joe Murphy decided potato crisps could do with some flavour. The result? Cheese and onion flavour.
The motorbike ashtray has been helping keep Ireland's roads clean for years now.
Whiskease - an Irish whiskey specially formulated to help the little ones with teething pain.
The Loo Read, an extendible shelf that gives you a solid platform for reading papers and books.
What would you use a shillelagh for?
It's a thick stick you'd want in a fight.
Nothing. It's mentioned in the story of St. Patrick, but opinions vary on what it actually was.
To keep time when you're Irish dancing.
No self-respecting farmer would be seen without one. How else would they call their sheepdog?
This poor chap's fall was featured on Ireland's national TV and radio broadcaster, RTÉ. What do the initials stand for?
Raidió Teilifís Éireann, obviously.
I'm pretty sure it's Radio & TV Éire
Weirdly, it doesn't actually stand for anything.
Little-known fact: it's actually a brilliant pun. Right To Éire. Get it?
What would your mammie mean if she said, 'Were you born in a barn, or what?'
'If you're going to break wind, please do it outside.'
'Shut the door, please.'
'You could do with a shower.'
'You're taller than average.'
What do you usually say at the end of a phone call?
'Good bye, now. Bye. Bye. Bye. Yeah, bye. Bye. Bye. Bye. Bye for now.'
'See you later'
'Luck of the Irish to ya.'
It's X-Factor alumni Jedward! But which one's John and which one's Edward?
How am I supposed to know?
Edward is on the left, John is on the right.
Who bleeding cares? Give me the results of the quiz already!
John is on the left, Edward on the right.
You're more Irish than the Irish themselves
You've got so much Irishness in the blood you probably bleed green
We hate to break it to ya, but you're about as Irish as Sean Connery's accent in The Untouchables!
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