The internet is still trying to decipher the Kerry farmer's accent from last night's RTÉ sheep story
Last night there was a segment on Six-One News that people are still talking about this morning.
If you missed it first time round you can get the full story here, but basically a farmer in Kerry is offering €2,000 to anyone with information that might help locate his 60 missing sheep.
While that isn't entirely un-interesting by itself, people were left in ewe awe at the farmer's unique accent.
Gardaí in Co Kerry are investigating the theft of up to 60 sheep on Mount Brandon pic.twitter.com/85bJRIGrsb
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) April 9, 2017
It is not unfair to say that some people found his accent more than a little ... impenetrable.
That accent on the West Kerry sheep farmers on the news was amazing...
— Coco (@Coquito_IRL) April 9, 2017
@jacktink I can't tell if he's jumping between Gaelic and English
— Tyler McNally (@Tyler_McNally) April 10, 2017
— Natalie Fraehlich (@nfraehlich) April 10, 2017
@meganrome I have to listen very carefully to get it and I'm missing bits. It's a great story telling accent down in Kerry.
— Bionic Laura (@bioniclaura) April 9, 2017
@liamstack Is he speaking English? The farner? If so, I can't understand a single word. Hope he gets his sheep back though.
— MB (@Sugarcubedog) April 10, 2017
Literally in a HEAP laughing at that sheep farmer on RTE news ? Couldn't understand a word!
— Sophie (@mezzosophano) April 9, 2017
Personally, it reminded us of one of our favourite scenes from Hot Fuzz.
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