WATCH: Club GAA player in Louth registers contender for most expletive-ridden post-match interview ever
Number of f**ks given? Quite a lot, actually...
A busy weekend for sport took in the likes of the Merseyside derby (awful), the Manchester derby (ridiculous), the Masters (anti-climactic) and WrestleMania (longer than War and Peace) but it seems the real action was happening in Dundalk.
Local GAA side Clan na Gael kicked off their Division One season with a hard-earned draw against St. Patrick's at Ecco Road on Sunday, with midfielder Robbie Curran emerging as the star man, scoring six points including a last-gasp equaliser.
His impressive on-field performance wasn't the real story, however.
Facing a good-natured grilling from Gavin McLaughlin of Dundalk Sport, Curran provided the kind of candid post-match interview that's all too rare in sport these days, albeit for good reason.
Managing a tremendous nine F-bombs in his first 30 seconds, Curran set the stage for arguably the most expletive-ridden interview in Irish sporting history...
Clip via Dundalk Sport
Again, you have to say that's impressive, even if Curran does admit he could use a spot of media training by the end of the interview.
Credit to McLaughlin, too, for holding his own and retaining a sense of decorum and a mean poker face as Curran continues to turn the air blue.
Six points. 16 f**ks given. All in all, one hell of a performance.