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St Patrick's Day Echoings

OK, so technically this has nothing to do with the meaning of St Paddy's, it is a dance clip again (not a song), and these two are Greek (not Irish), but it remains one of the funniest weird things I've ever seen and I just had to share it with you.

In my defense, as a South African citizen, I actually do have a bit of Irish in me. I don't mean in the "On St Patrick's Day everyone is Irish" kind of way. My maternal grandmother was a McMaster, so it stands to show that even the ancestors of these two funnymen could very well have had an Irishman in there somewhere...


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