What one question would Irish people like to ask?
If you could ask one question to one person and know that they had to answer truthfully, what would it be?
In a new video, a film-maker went out onto the streets of Dublin to find out who Irish people would like to question and what they would ask.
The video, by David Strogen, was uploaded to YouTube yesterday and shows a variety of responses from the funny, to the political.
He met people from all over Ireland and further afield.
The first few people seemed quite indecisive, it was just such a blank canvas that they struggled to come up with an important enough question.
Many people just didn’t know what to say.
However, there were still plenty of people who were prepared to open up and say what was really on their mind.
One woman said: “I’d ask Morgan Freeman if he thinks he’s actually Jesus.”
A young man told the camera: “I’d ask my girlfriend how many people she has slept with.” His girlfriend said she would ask him the same thing.
More serious questions included: “I’d ask the US government who killed Kennedy.” Or “How do people get rich quick?”
One man had a religious question: “I would ask the Pope about the second coming.”
One lady had a deep question. She said: “I’d ask my Dad what did he really want out of your life, and do you have it now?”
Take a look at the video below… skip to 2.50 mins to get to the all-important answers
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