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Counter Culture / November 23, 2020

Irish Twitter is sharing the funniest nicknames they’ve ever heard

Counter Culture / November 23, 2020

Irish Twitter is sharing the funniest nicknames they’ve ever heard

Words: Dylan Murphy

“Family down the Road have been known as ‘The Yanks’ for nearly 40 years because they went to Florida for a week in the 80’s.”

We’ve all been there on a Sunday night trying to fight away the scaries ahead of another week. Last night, Dublin rapper Mango was looking for a pick me up and hopped on Twitter to ask for people’s funniest nicknames.

It resulted in an nickname directory for the ages with people rhyming off some absolutely savage names for their mates, bus drivers, cousins and uncles for some pretty innocent mistakes.

Here’s the best of them:

Click here to read the full thread.