Ah, English people - they're a gas bunch altogether and they're complete and utter lack of comprehension of their neighbour is just food for laughter on a regular basis.
Take, for example, this English journalist who A) thinks that the Taoiseach is pronounced 'Tea Set' and B) think that's Croke Park is actually Crow's Park. The piece on 'Good Morning Britain' was about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's visit to Dublin today, and pretty standard stuff - but do you think they'd be able to pronounce the name of the leader of the country they're talking about?
Absolutely not, but sure isn't it great craic all the same. We can learn names like Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees Mogg, but they can't even learn how to pronounce Taoiseach. Seriously, TEE-SHOCK. Ask someone Irish or, even better, just get an Irish person to do the segment who's able to pronounce the title correctly.
It's not that hard. It's... yeah, OK. Just watch the clip.
So just for the record, the Irish PM pronunciation is tea-shock, (Taoiseach), and not teaset as said here and its Croke park not crowes park, then add insult to injury & say they will see some small sensitive stuff like Bloody Sunday wtf? @reallorraine @GMB pic.twitter.com/ad4Ir8KNEq
— pamela newman (@fourleafclovr) July 10, 2018