Pandas with Irish accents playing on slide – strong language
How often do you get to see Irish pandas sliding down a slide and crashing into each other?
This video from Facebook page Serious Craic is taking the internet by storm as viewers laugh at the comical commentary on pandas playing on a slide.
The video has been viewed more than a million times since it was uploaded and is still spreading across social media.
Most of the comments are positive from people saying how much the video made them laugh. Here are a few of them:
“This is the funniest thing I have ever seen.”
“It’s everything you ever needed from the Internet!”
“The best thing I’ve ever watched.”
“Made me laugh so much hahahaha.”
However, there are also some criticising the video and in particular, the Irish accents. These are some of the negative comments posted.
“Now I could be wrong but no 1 that was a Hollywood Irish accent! And no 2 the pandas weren’t really making those noises! And no 3 as an Irishman I feel kind of insulted by this!”
“Minus the sound this is the cutest.”
“That doesn’t sound very Irish.”
Take a look and decide for yourself, but be warned it does contain some strong language.
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