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Irish people try English foods

They try stuff like liver and onions, steak and kidney pie, semolina, as some of the younger ones I bet have never tried some of the old style English dishes

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Irish people watch fringe.

If you like shows that will keep you guessing and possibly awake at night, watch the show named Fringe by j.j abrams. It will make you question reality and what is real and what is not.

The team uses fringe science and FBI investigative techniques to investigate a series of unexplained, often ghastly occurrences, which are related to mysteries surrounding a parallel universe.
Here is a preview for it on youtube

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Chick-fil-A

Hello I think the next thing y’all should try is Chick-fil-A. I don’t think you will be disappointed. Thanks for the videos.. -Ashley

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Irish people watch Letterkenny

Unsure if you even get the Canadian TV show “Letterkenny” but I would love to see reactions on the pilot episode. Derived from a YouTube channel created from the lead actor Jerrod Keeso.

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Irish people try marijuana.

If you guys come to Colorado…………

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Irish try 5 vintage cocktails that are coming back in style

Cocktails come and go with the times, seasons and moods of the time. These are five cock tails that are due for a comeback here’s a link

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Irish People Try Upstate New York Foods

Everyone knows Buffalo Wings, but Upstate NY cities and regions are home to very localized delicious foods:
Spiedies (Binghamton) – cubes of lamb, pork, or chicken marinated in a special sauce, grilled on skewers, and served on Italian bread
Beef on Weck (Buffalo) – roast beef on kemmelweck (a roll with kosher salt and caraway seeds) with au jus and horseradish
Sponge Candy (Buffalo) – a chocolate covered crunchy confectionary
Loganberry drinks (Buffalo) – there’s a carbonated version and a non-carbonated version, and people are particular about their brand
Garbage Plate (Rochester) – already featured on the other channel. Customizable drunk food, my favorite is baked beans, home fries, cheeseburger, white hot, onions, mustard, hot sauce
Grape Pie (Finger Lakes) – a wine growing region specialty
Chicken Riggies (Utica) – Rigatoni, chicken, hot and sweet peppers, tomato sauce
Tomato Pie (Utica) – thick crust pizza with the tomato sauce on top of the cheese
Utica Greens (Utica) – classic braised greens with cured meats, cheese, and banana peppers
Michigans (North Country) – hot dog with meat sauce, onions, and mustard
Boston Shake (Albany) – a milkshake topped with a hot fudge sundae
Ah, forget it, these foods are too good. We want to see those guys suffer.

The Irish try Oregon Craft Beers

Oregon makes the best craft beers in the world. We have zillions of brew pubs and just as many coffee places so you can get hammered at a brew pub walk next door, kinda sober up and return to the brew pub. There are so many great Oregon craft beers they are too many to name. Here are some links
https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2017/04/30-of-the-best-oregon-beers.html
https://www.oregonlive.com/beer/2015/11/the_oregonianoregonlives_top_5.html

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Round table

Put all of your dryers together at a round table and have them try alcohol together it would be hilarious to watch them react to each other all at once

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Irish People Try Dungeons and Dragons

This would be a break from the standard form, but could be a low budget and fun way to try out a very popular hobby and test the waters for a new content endeavor in the form of an Actual Play stream. Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) is the Table Top Role Playing Game (TTRPG) that launched this special and unique genre of play and story-telling. The Fifth Edition (5e) is structured to encourage creative solutions to problems and provides a lot of room for player’s to really build characters they relate to. It would be so fun to see what some of the Tryers could create with a few devoted hours, pen and paper, and some dice.