Have you ever stopped and wondered how Irish words, specifically slang words, must sound to other people? Never mind the fact that some of them mean completely different things in the US - did you know fanny means arse in America? - some just sound like they're made-up words.
And, to be fair, they usually are. Here, Spin 103.8's Riyadh Khalaf teaches a young American woman the meaning of the word gowl, diddies and scuttered. Because that's the kind of thing those Irish tourism ads don't cover.