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Spotlight On: Clisare

We thought we’d let you know about another one of favourites: Clisare (aka Clare Cullen). Clisare first hit the headlines when her video ‘Shite Irish Girls Say’ (see below) hit an incredible 1.5m views on YouTube! In it she broke down the traits, mannerisms and aphorisms of Irish women- there’s …

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Is This The End Of Facts YouTube Channel?

With over 1.3 million subscribers Facts is one of  Ireland’s most popular Youtube Channels. Facts. is an Irish brand based in Dublin, Ireland. On their website this is how they describe themselves: We create short, entertaining videos for YouTube and Facebook with a focus on reacting to unusual foods, videos …

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Clisare Teaches Us Pick Up Lines In Irish

To celebrate Seachtain Na Gaeilge 2017 Clisare has made this video teaching everyone how to pick someone up in Irish. Clisare has you sorted for this Paddy’s Weekend. ★ Subscribe to her channels ★ Comedy: http://bit.ly/Sub2Clisare Vlogs: http://bit.ly/Sub2Clisarevlogs Podcast: http://bit.ly/StorytimePod  

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EXPOSING CLISARE

You may need to catch up on the Pewdiepie situation to get this joke. Basically the WSJ did a hit piece on him and edited a number of his videos out of context, and now we’re doing it to ourselves for the LOLs. Credit to Simply Nailogical for starting it. …

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The Best of The Irish in Australia

It’s Australia Day so to celebrate we decided to search out the best videos that bring together the Irish and the Australians.    Clisare asks Australians what they really think of the Irish!   Rorys Stories sums up ever Irish lad working in Ireland.   Jason Byrne gives some interesting …

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BINGE WATCH -Top 5 Grintage videos of 2015 …

grintageireland.com launched quietly  in November 2015 and thanks for the support. We are still keen to source and partner with online comedy producers and performers to raise awareness amongst our increasing global audience and TV broadcasters – home and away – how good original Irish comedy actually is. And has …

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