For such a small island, it's sort of amazing the massive range of accents we have.
As this video explains, we're a rare 'oul breed when it comes the spoken language. Focusing on Dublin, Cork, Kerry and the North, this little vidyo shows just how fragmented we are.
We're also sickened by the exclusion of the flat South Kildare accent, the sonorous Tipperary accent and the Southside Dublin-esque Galwegian accent.
And there's no mention of the Louth accent, either. Schocking altogether, like.