WATCH: American comedian's reaction to Gaelic Football captures the madness of the sport
He's already delved into hurling, now he's been blown away by Gaelic Football.
This video of American comedian Josh Pray reacting to hurling for the first time was one of the most entertaining things we'd seen in a long time.
But we feel he may have outdone himself with his reaction to Gaelic Football.
He hilariously talks about the rules of the sport, baffled by the fact that you have to count out how many steps (he calls it doing trigonometry) you can take, while running at full speed, and having to worry about someone running over you with their shoulder.
He also said that it's the first sport that he's seen "where the referees get the ultimate respect." We're not sure about that part...
But the highlight of the video comes when he reveals that he has learned that the game is an amateur sport, and that the players for the most part just play for the love of the game.
"Let me tell you the part that blew my mind," Pray began.
"All of these sports, at the highest of levels, they play for free. And when I say for free, everybody plays for free. I'm talking about, you're a teacher in the daytime, and then you go play Gaelic Football, or you go play hurling, or you go play camogie.
"I'm a father, I got kids. My children gotta give me some incentive to hug them. I ain't doing nothing for free."
Take a look:
Clip via Josh Pray
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