Irish People Try Stereotypical Irish Foods

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  • Cher Walker
    Cher Walker 10 hours ago

    The trotter 😂😁😂😁😁

  • Shawty Pepelina
    Shawty Pepelina 2 days ago

    There’s a wonderful Irish pub that serves Colcannon in my town and I LOVE it! It is amazing but then again I love most traditional Irish Foods!

  • Narrative Knight
    Narrative Knight 3 days ago

    He is a LEPRECHAUN! Americans think that leprechauns are Irish, we don't think that Irish people are leprechauns. I can never tell if you all like food or not because half of the time whoever is cooking has NO idea what they are doing.

  • Icanifiwant
    Icanifiwant 4 days ago +1

    I love me some corned beef and cabbage....

  • Nora Bryant
    Nora Bryant 4 days ago

    No Americans don't think you eat that crap.

  • Michael Rogers
    Michael Rogers 7 days ago +1

    Haggis is fucking Scottish, Ireland isn't even part of the UK, how do you fuck up this badly, I'm yankee as fuck a know this, who runs this shit. Now I'm bitter and hunger!

  • RoseOfTheNight4444
    RoseOfTheNight4444 7 days ago

    That music never fails to raise my spirits. I'm constantly on the lookout for stuff like it. I literally just came off of a 4 hour binge, adding songs to my Spotify. I'm so American but I swear I can feel the Irish blood coursing through my veins! Speaking of which... this music is my personal battery! (2:58) Well, music in general is what keeps me going but still!

  • Louie Villa
    Louie Villa 8 days ago

    They were some tough critics they didn't even like their own food son of a gun

  • Kenneth Prince
    Kenneth Prince 9 days ago

    So am i to understand my grandmother cooked corn beef and cabage on st patricks say every year my entire life telling me thats what we irish eat and they dont even eat it in Ireland? My whole life is a lie lol

  • Eva Maynard
    Eva Maynard 10 days ago

    I haven't seen anyone in Ireland eating that stuff when I visited..except for the Guinness!

  • Learning to be Pretty
    Learning to be Pretty 10 days ago

    I love the Irish angry comments...now you see how Americans feel when we see the American food videos, we don’t eat that shit half the time

  • Guillermo Medina
    Guillermo Medina 10 days ago

    Thats weird that Irish people dont like there own food. Lmfao

  • Hokaro Orvana
    Hokaro Orvana 11 days ago

    Alot of these seem like Scottish foods not Irish... And that's coming from an American

  • Wesley luvs Oktoberfest

    I only came here for the comments.

  • Bobby Hood
    Bobby Hood 11 days ago

    We know the difference between Scottish and Irish!

  • Gabrielle Miles
    Gabrielle Miles 12 days ago

    I said this on a video about chicken feet somewhere on USclip already. But pig foot souse from Trinidad 🇹🇹 (Caribbean) is 👌🏼

  • hales n
    hales n 12 days ago

    I mean I’ve always thought that Irish people ate normal food that’s less fatty & sugary compared to American food

  • EINAR VOLSUNG
    EINAR VOLSUNG 14 days ago

    My family is Scandinavian. We eat a lot of cabbage and fish.

  • Valfalk
    Valfalk 14 days ago

    all the people commenting “haggis is scottish” r/whooosh
    they even said themselves in the video “right. irish, scottish, must be the same thing”

  • Oi40ozCasualty
    Oi40ozCasualty 15 days ago

    To the Irish folk. It's a Leprechaun on the box of Lucky Charms. Not an Irish person lol. I have a feeling most know this though lol.

  • meis awsom
    meis awsom 15 days ago

    Irish women* r hot. And their accent... ;)

  • Sharon Dwyer
    Sharon Dwyer 15 days ago

    The Irish Fella @ 0:31 on the right..whit whew! He is handsome 😚

  • Omni Charlizard
    Omni Charlizard 17 days ago

    What is that catchy af tune going on in the background? Thats a foot tapping somg

  • Madison Curie
    Madison Curie 18 days ago

    Tbh the most I’ve taste that was Irish was soda bread literally nothing else

  • ForzaOnda
    ForzaOnda 18 days ago

    They're all right about one thing: *Guinness does taste better in Ireland*

  • CCornelius
    CCornelius 18 days ago +1

    Pigs feet? Hey, you Irish stop stealing our Southern cookin'!

  • Insane Hiker
    Insane Hiker 18 days ago

    Corned beef and Cabbage came to be associated with the Irish who tried to order Bacon and Cabbage at Jewish Delicatessens, who substituted the Bacon (what Americans call Canadian Bacon) with Corned Beef. The same delis likely tried to turn the meal into a sandwich to take on the go (for eating on the job) which lead to the creation the Reuben.

  • EyeWatchThemAll
    EyeWatchThemAll 19 days ago

    On what planet is Lucky Charms Irish??

  • Mybubbles
    Mybubbles 19 days ago

    Gotta love it when the yanks call it “St Patty’s Day”! Like, who the fuck is Patricia???😂😂😂

  • Adrienne
    Adrienne 21 day ago

    When they broke out the Guinness I smiled. It's a meal in itself.

  • Alex Grover's Gardening Know How

    Of course many of the "American" things they eat are not top of the line American food or particularly popular.

  • Reming Morton
    Reming Morton 24 days ago

    I appreciate how they weren’t offended by the mix up between Scotland and Ireland. I expected them to be like “haggis is Scottish you uncultured swine”

  • Cher Poston
    Cher Poston 27 days ago

    I want to go on record saying I've never assumed any of these except the Guinness.

  • ursaltydog
    ursaltydog 28 days ago

    This should be titled, "What Irish people think we Americans think they eat"..

    • ursaltydog
      ursaltydog 28 days ago

      Btw.. we don't think ya eat Lucky Charms and pigs feat.. Welsh people who immigrated to here, ate pigs feet..

  • WICKEDMARIUS
    WICKEDMARIUS 28 days ago

    He spilled Guinness kill him with rocks and fire

  • Alan Novaes
    Alan Novaes 29 days ago

    It doesn’t surprise me how ignorant some Americans are to think that they eat some of these things something that I’ve learned growing up here is that you wouldn’t believe how culturally and geographically ignorant MOST Americans are especially the new generation

  • TheMistressMisery
    TheMistressMisery 29 days ago

    It's "Sláinte" and yet it sounds like "Slauncha" I WANT TO UNDERSTAND GAELIC BUT WHY YOU MAKE IT SO HARD?!

    • TheMistressMisery
      TheMistressMisery 29 days ago

      Also, where's the bread pudding? Thought that was "stereotypical"-y Irish lol

  • kwistiny
    kwistiny Month ago

    Who’s the gorgeous tall dark and handsome Irishman next to Ryan?

  • xadam2dudex
    xadam2dudex Month ago

    Well that's a cop out ... No real Irish food just what they think Americans think what Irish food is

  • Emily O'Connor
    Emily O'Connor Month ago

    We cook corned beef in a crockpot with mustard and brown sugar. I honestly can't imagine boiling it.

  • Matthew Larson
    Matthew Larson Month ago

    I like the music, anyone know specifically who that is playing?

  • Chad Max
    Chad Max Month ago

    haggis .. who is the idiot that thinks that's Irish? sheep stomach stuffed with meat and barley... where's the cabbage in that? .. jk :)

  • George Sapone
    George Sapone Month ago

    The American savory video was one thing but you cunts can’t even get your own food right.

  • gigi
    gigi Month ago

    These Irish men are so handsome, I'm in love. 😍😊❤️

  • crazyfvck
    crazyfvck Month ago

    I always add extra sugar to my Lucky Charms :) It hides at the bottom, and you can either scoop it up with each spoonful, or you can drink it with the milk after you eat the cereal ;)

  • Staci Schuck
    Staci Schuck Month ago

    Irish boys with long eyelashes and black sweaters all American women would be had in that!

  • Cole Thornton
    Cole Thornton Month ago

    Oh jeez, no one thinks Irish folk eat Lucky Charms. I've never heard of white head cabbage. Everyone with half a brain knows that it's Scots who are associated with haggis. Pigs feet....seriously? No.

  • Architecture Whisperer

    Aside from Lucky Charms all they eat are potatoes, cabbage and beef. No enchiladas, no gumbo, no BBQ. How sad

  • DVD Guy That
    DVD Guy That Month ago

    I love cabbage!

  • Beth Michael
    Beth Michael Month ago

    Cabbage...blech

  • Madden Mobile Slay
    Madden Mobile Slay Month ago

    i hate some irish people

  • Gym Rat 5
    Gym Rat 5 Month ago

    Irish people don't like Irish Food? Or what us Americans call Irish food. Who Knew?

  • Randi C.
    Randi C. Month ago

    Love corned beef and cabbage

  • J bell
    J bell Month ago +1

    I think I'm in love with that irish red head

  • Stephen Grigsby
    Stephen Grigsby Month ago

    the guy with the jet black hair and beard looks like a gay psychopath

  • Russel trang
    Russel trang 2 months ago

    Irish food is the absolute worst in the world.

  • Turnip
    Turnip 2 months ago

    I love the redhead. Marry me lol

  • Patrick Sharp
    Patrick Sharp 2 months ago

    Thats upsetting.

  • Arcadia Occult Curio Shop Autumn Storm Hp

    I'm calling bowlshit haggis is Scottish! And Scottish food is disgusting!

  • Emma & Lucy Keane
    Emma & Lucy Keane 2 months ago

    We don't drink Guinness out of a can!

  • Nell Ham
    Nell Ham 2 months ago

    Im Northern Irish

  • Stephen Smith
    Stephen Smith 2 months ago

    Elga is knock dead beautiful

  • ballybunion9
    ballybunion9 2 months ago +1

    In that last bit, Elga looks like Scully listening to one of Mulder's theories.

  • Glen Jones
    Glen Jones 2 months ago

    Irish people triggered lmao where's the boiled meat and cabbage and potatoes

  • rebecca solorio
    rebecca solorio 2 months ago

    I have never through that the people in Ireland ate lucky charms, pigs feet or haggis.

  • Natalie Ann
    Natalie Ann 2 months ago +1

    Corned Beef and Cabbage...🤢🤮

  • flypaper2222
    flypaper2222 2 months ago

    Early poor Irish immigrants are the people who made this part of the American culture in most cases that's all they could afford.

  • Sandy Red
    Sandy Red 2 months ago

    Wow so they don't eat cabbage? I didn't think they ate lucky charms though😂😂

  • Brian hasnoname
    Brian hasnoname 2 months ago

    That one guy is way too worried about eating a bit of sugar. Why is he even on here? He knows hes going to be given sugary foods at times.

  • D D
    D D 2 months ago +1

    I love how this is commentary on what you think Americans think Irish people eat and every single one of them complains about it..... but your whole show is based on stereotypes of America and other counties lol is this supposed to be ironic?

  • Krissy Hansen
    Krissy Hansen 2 months ago

    I love that my birthday is St Pattys Day! I just don't drink lol Wisconsin ppl drink green beer and that is just gross. Not a fan of drinking. It's a great day in my house! 🍀

  • Debz 178
    Debz 178 2 months ago

    the guy in the letter jacket beard and long hair what's his name ?

  • qtpysusie54
    qtpysusie54 2 months ago

    Guinness - the greatest gift!

  • FlixCreEightR
    FlixCreEightR 3 months ago

    WHY!!!!!!!!!! Why didn't u have them say, Magically Delicious ? Missed opportunity .

  • rob miller
    rob miller 3 months ago

    love these videos this is my favorite it killed me ROFlol GREAT :D

  • emma ess
    emma ess 3 months ago

    Me sainted Irish Nanna served us Colcannon often, and we loved it. The rest of this stuff? Never saw it in Ireland when I was growing up, and that includes the Guinness in a can. That's an abomination.

  • Alexis Payment
    Alexis Payment 3 months ago

    Came to the comments to see about that guy sitting on the right with the black jacket and blue shirt. (After going back to watch it to see how I could describe him, I realize everyone is wearing black, blue, or both. Goodness.) Anyway, he’s quite handsome.
    As for the food, gross!! I’d love to go back to Ireland sometime soon (now that I have my Irish Citizenship, yay!!), but when I went as a teenager, I had such a difficult time finding vegetarian food. Basically, I just loaded up on Mueslix, eggs, and toast at breakfast and went hungry the rest of the day. It was awful.
    I’d love for this channel to have a segment where they discuss veggie options in Ireland, one where they try their favorite foods, et al. Like the episodes where they try American cookies and say they prefer theirs. I’d like to see what they really like. If they’re better, I wanna know what to seek out myself.
    Try Irish foods and products that they actually like, please! Thanks! ☘️ 🇮🇪

  • Laurie Van Den Beldt
    Laurie Van Den Beldt 3 months ago

    Oh no, I know darn well the Irish don't eat haggis! And it was ham and cabbage as my Irish American mom and Nana made it.

  • Paul Davis Jr.
    Paul Davis Jr. 3 months ago

    I always wanted to try haggis.

  • S.E. Miller
    S.E. Miller 3 months ago

    This one is the best of your videos.
    Love it hopefully Americans can take note these are not actually Irish food.

  • Kyle Simpson
    Kyle Simpson 3 months ago +3

    I can see why they stay Dunk , with food like that I'd stay hammered too lmao

  • New Damage
    New Damage 3 months ago

    THE RED HEAD!

  • sammy bubba
    sammy bubba 3 months ago

    okay, my thoughts. haggis is scots food. pigs feet is redneck southern u.s. food. every march 17 i cook up two big pots of corned beef and cabbage with red potatoes and carrots. lucky charms are cute. one of the few drinks i drink is guinness, especially in a black-and-tan. yummmmmm. i love me a good red-head.

  • Glen Jones
    Glen Jones 3 months ago +2

    LOL I Love It!!!! finally get a chance to see what Irish people eat

  • Hilal Emekci
    Hilal Emekci 3 months ago

    I love the Irish.

  • MrGrownman455
    MrGrownman455 3 months ago

    I always wondered if Lucky Charms were offensive to Irish Americans. It is kind of a stereotype.

  • And Ed
    And Ed 3 months ago

    What do Irish people think Americans think, I have never heard about them eating pig feet

  • And Ed
    And Ed 3 months ago +1

    No one thinks lucky charms are Irish except 4 year olds

  • Marta Sloane
    Marta Sloane 3 months ago

    Haggis is indeed Scottish.. shepherds pie and cottage pie are Irish..

  • Tanya Rodriguez
    Tanya Rodriguez 3 months ago

    I came here hoping they'd be eating food they actually eat not making fun of what Americans supposably think they eat 🙃

  • Jake Sangria
    Jake Sangria 3 months ago

    Seems to me like the producer was just some douchebag who wanted to insult Americans by putting Lucky Charms in there.

  • Jake Sangria
    Jake Sangria 3 months ago +2

    So this video was basically just a bunch of snide remarks about Americans.

  • Krayziie 1
    Krayziie 1 3 months ago

    Americans think we're little red haired green ppl, Idk where they get that from? Pirate looks at her red hair 🤣🤣🤣

  • John Smith
    John Smith 3 months ago +2

    Ireland the mexico of the UK

  • DoctorMeatDic
    DoctorMeatDic 4 months ago +1

    The worst elements of society: ugly, bad skin, greasy, parasites, boring, uneducated.

  • rum and coke32
    rum and coke32 4 months ago

    The redhead is THE BOMB!

  • Eboogie What
    Eboogie What 4 months ago

    Taste and enjoy.haha.

  • Jennifer Sloan
    Jennifer Sloan 4 months ago

    Who thinks Irish people eat haggis and lucky charms? Well I guess they could, but it's definitely not a stereotypical irish food.

  • Kimberly Gabaldon
    Kimberly Gabaldon 4 months ago +2

    Where's the green beer???

  • Jeff Rey
    Jeff Rey 4 months ago

    I don't know any Americans who think haggis is Irish, somebody is messing with you. Corned beef is American Irish, sort of like how most of what we call chinese food is americanized, like general tsao chicken. Corned beef is also amazing when you have been drinking and have potatoes, carrots and cabbage cooked with it! Stop hating all Americans based on a stereotype 😋