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    Calling the Irish speakers

    (And if you're English you might not want to follow this thread but no offence is intended on my part as I don't know what they're saying either and I'm not subscribing to the 'dimwitted' idea - it looks like it's a just a prank.)

    What are the guys singing in the video clip:

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    Tiocfaidh Ar La, means "our day will come", but it also means a bit more than that

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiocfaidh_%C3%A1r_l%C3%A1

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    Thanks, Grey.

    I imagined it meant something like 'fvck off home'!

    Probably says more about me than the prankster!
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