Every Irish Christmas ever
How will you be celebrating Christmas this year? Well if you are Irish the chances are that you will recognise some of the events in a superb video from the always hilarious Republic of Telly.
The video – titled Every Christmas Ever – takes us into the home of a typical Irish family over the Christmas season.
We see the squabbles between the various members of the family all through Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
The parents clash when the father suggests leaving some cans of Guinness out for Santa, and again as they struggle to put together a Christmas present for their daughter. The son meanwhile has even more difficulty wrapping a present.
There is plenty of conflict among the family all through the big day from opening Christmas presents, to eating Christmas dinner to falling asleep in the front room after having too much to drink.
Of course everything turns out well in the end, thanks to the magic of Christmas.
Share a special moment with someone you love
Two hearts come together as one in this delightful sterling silver necklace
It is another excellently observed clip from the comedy team. See the video below
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