Irish People Try the Texas Chicken Challenge

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  • Published on Jan 7, 2019
  • You guys wanted this so much I had to find a way of doing it for you. Irish People Try the Texas Chicken Challenge... in ireland and edited in Spain Haha!
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Comments • 949

  • rideswithscissors
    rideswithscissors 2 hours ago

    These guys are moonlighting!

  • Kevin Oloane
    Kevin Oloane 15 hours ago

    She is so sexy 😍

  • Brandon Spears
    Brandon Spears Day ago

    Hillbilly is not a bad term coming from a hillbilly hell I call my self a hillbilly redneck all the time

  • Shannon McLean
    Shannon McLean Day ago +1

    Love this, but it has nothing to do with Texas.

  • Bret Cantwell
    Bret Cantwell Day ago

    The proper appellation for "regular folks" in Texas would be Redneck. Hillbilly is really more for those who live in mountainous areas like Missouri, Tennessee, Kentucky and West Virginia.

  • Scott Williams
    Scott Williams 2 days ago

    I think politically correct term for hillbilly is Appalachian American

  • seth watkins
    seth watkins 2 days ago

    Hillbillys find it not offensive but find the term redneck offensive. Rednecks dont find redneck offensive but find hillbilly offensive, people who consider themselves neither find both offensive. It all depends on where they're from. I wouldn't worry about it you can't please everyone!

  • Bart Howard
    Bart Howard 2 days ago

    How can you eat those without cream gravy? 😉

  • Raven Temple
    Raven Temple 2 days ago

    Should have been spicy chicken lol!

  • Sandra Weilbrenner
    Sandra Weilbrenner 2 days ago

    Yes i have had the meat sweats

  • donrainesoh
    donrainesoh 2 days ago

    Hillbilly can be offensive if used that way. Also depends if the hillbilly finds offense in it. I mean it’s just a fucking word, but then again people are literally offended at everything these days.

  • Kewl Beans
    Kewl Beans 2 days ago

    wow this makes me want to open an irish pub in the states and call it "alcoholics" lol

  • Gerber Bernstein
    Gerber Bernstein 3 days ago

    Too much chicken, but the rest seems reasonable.

  • Julie Halverson
    Julie Halverson 3 days ago

    I can't believe Paul's skinny ass beat you both. 😂😂😂 Go Paul 🤒😱😵😳

  • Angel Almanza
    Angel Almanza 3 days ago

    That looks bomb!

  • Jonathan Abrego
    Jonathan Abrego 3 days ago +1

    Live in Texas and love it

  • Blade GTR
    Blade GTR 3 days ago

    Hillbilly can have a negative impact, it all depends in how the term is used. I guess it would be the equivalent of calling someone from Ireland a potato farmer. If you do it playfully, it is like jokingly calling someone a twat, or insultingly calling someone a twat if said with anger behind it.

  • Gillian Amy
    Gillian Amy 3 days ago

    Depending on where you are in the US it's both slang and offensive. Where im at it's offensive

  • Petalslash
    Petalslash 3 days ago

    True hillbilly's would embrace the name imo. kinda like redneck.

  • Sir Chunkmuffin McFloofybottom

    Hillbilly is more Appalachian mountains people than Texas. I would say Texans are Rednecks.

  • Stephen Thompson
    Stephen Thompson 4 days ago

    Hillbilly can be taken variously. If you are one it is affirmation, a greeting even a hail to someone just within earshot. If you are not a 'billy tone is very important and of course context.

  • Josh White
    Josh White 4 days ago

    Anyone offended by the word hillbilly ain't one and shouldn't have an opinion about it lol

  • Jegnur
    Jegnur 4 days ago

    I.... I want that..

  • Damani P.
    Damani P. 4 days ago

    Bacon grease can be weaponized up here in the North. Now doing eating contests I can do, I work out hard and it can work very well. I just don't do it that often (spurge day)

  • Cinder Man
    Cinder Man 4 days ago

    LOVE that you have your own channel. More fun for us Facts fans!

  • Kyle Alexander
    Kyle Alexander 4 days ago +1

    Ur awesome. Idk y but ur comments on random stuff make me smile! Than you!

  • Matthew Grant
    Matthew Grant 4 days ago +1

    Diane you are so awesome... Beautiful as well. Love the Irish accent.

  • Axis
    Axis 4 days ago

    Moist is my favorite word in the entire World, lol.

  • Big John
    Big John 4 days ago +1

    Well here in Arkansas we use the terms Hillbilly and Redneck as compliments. Just dont call a Redneck a Hillbilly or Vice versa. Lol

  • Donn Burge
    Donn Burge 4 days ago

    I'm a hillbilly

  • HelikaonIX
    HelikaonIX 4 days ago

    White people who are afraid to be associated with hilbillies don't like the term but real hillbillies are proud to call themselves that.

  • Russell Anderson
    Russell Anderson 4 days ago

    Enjoyed and Thumbs Up

  • T Wayland
    T Wayland 5 days ago

    Hello from texas. You look like ellie goulding btw lol. Also calling someone a hillbilly or country bumpkin isn't offensive.

  • xadam2dudex
    xadam2dudex 5 days ago

    PS what are the three of you doing in Texas ??

  • xadam2dudex
    xadam2dudex 5 days ago

    so this is chicken tenders and not regular fried chicken parts ? is Diane the only one eating her fries ( chips ) ?

  • Charlie Swearingen
    Charlie Swearingen 5 days ago

    All hail Irish Jesus!! 😎

  • Justin Ryan
    Justin Ryan 5 days ago

    Hillbilly, as with other terms like it, are only offensive to whiney little snowflake pansies.....

  • 1COMIXMAN
    1COMIXMAN 5 days ago +1

    Anyone who's a hillbilly won't be offended at the least they take pride in being a true hillbilly and besides they are some of the nicest or meanest people on earth depending on the situation by which u meet them. I have true ozark hillbilly in my family so yeah, Texas is redneck though not hillbilly. Just a fun fact.

  • Purple Zucchini
    Purple Zucchini 5 days ago

    Matt Stonie could do it.

  • randall bollinger
    randall bollinger 5 days ago

    Don’t worry about offending people, they will get over it.

  • Ryarios
    Ryarios 5 days ago +1

    Strange, I thought you would be able to give Paul a couple of pieces of chicken and he could feed a thousand...

  • raiderking69
    raiderking69 5 days ago +1

    I love these three!

  • Brooks Driver
    Brooks Driver 5 days ago +1

    Nah I live in Nashville ,hillbilly shouldn't bother anyone. People stop being ❄

  • Aurin saint
    Aurin saint 5 days ago +1

    Its a slang term... Hillbilly. Its not offensive.

  • younoobroflmao
    younoobroflmao 5 days ago

    I had the meat sweats yesterday from my cheat day. I ate an entire bucket of KFC extra crispy. Probably more grease sweats....

  • rossikc
    rossikc 5 days ago +2

    Using a fork for a chicken eating challenge. Oh you sweet sweet summer child.

  • Jurgen Hudsson
    Jurgen Hudsson 6 days ago +1

    I am a hillbilly. doesn`t bother me at all. I imagine people offended by the term are offended FOR us, cause they ain`t hillbillies. Those SJW lunatics.They don`t matter. Mountain folk are generally laid back. at least the ones I know.

  • basharun
    basharun 6 days ago

    Ok I'm just gonna say it...I love Diane!

  • diannaing1
    diannaing1 6 days ago

    Raised in Texas. Hillbilly isn’t a term I heard frequently. I heard it more as a derogatory reference to people from Appalachia. Still, it’s not a term that I’d throw around in Texas if I wanted to make any friends. It does have a derogatory connotation. Plus it’s stereotyping a person or group.

  • aaron rhodes
    aaron rhodes 6 days ago +1

    Hillbilly is just a slang term... if it offends you... you’re probably upset your sister left you for your dad!!

  • jay white
    jay white 6 days ago +3

    The part of Texas I live in , the closest hill is almost a hundred miles away.

  • Travis Larkin
    Travis Larkin 6 days ago +12

    Fun fact. Hillbilly's were Scots-Irish settlers in the Appalachian Mountains.

  • Travis Larkin
    Travis Larkin 6 days ago +1

    Did Paul pray to himself before the challenge?

  • Southern, Sassy and Classy !

    Paddy is hott

  • Vinny Wong
    Vinny Wong 6 days ago +1

    What make them Texas fried chicken? They look like KFC to me.

  • Barbarian Aggressor
    Barbarian Aggressor 6 days ago

    A general rule-of-thumb to these timed eating-contests is that if you couldn't fit your meal into the volume of a two-liter bottle, it'll be physically impossible to finish the contest in one sitting (unless you have a super-human level of gastronomic capacity).

  • Allon mielke
    Allon mielke 6 days ago +1

    I still think Editor Diane deserves her own channel!....I would love to hear her caustic take on the world!!!

  • seaners24
    seaners24 6 days ago +1

    Wow, that food looks so good.

  • Anthony Peterson
    Anthony Peterson 6 days ago +1

    Hillbilly in print is probably OK. They likely can't read it anyway.

  • 1320crusier
    1320crusier 6 days ago +1

    actual hillbillies are proud of it so..

  • Deedric Kee
    Deedric Kee 6 days ago +1

    Proud to be a child of you 'Dianne 👏
    ... Good video 💐,..oh my god so much delicious food 😍

  • Illyrika
    Illyrika 6 days ago

    They prefer to be called Appalachian Americans

  • gavin hirt
    gavin hirt 6 days ago +1

    Welcome to the USA give them a 20 and a bucket of KFC gone in 60 seconds lol

  • Ghastly Grinner
    Ghastly Grinner 6 days ago

    Hillbilly can be offencive just depends on who is saying it if the person calling you one is Wealthy and or a "POC🙄" its offensive

  • Red Edler
    Red Edler 6 days ago +1

    No hillbilly it's mountain American

  • Woody Murphy
    Woody Murphy 6 days ago

    Just looked up HillBilly's locations. It's a shame that the franchise is only in Ireland. Wish they would come to the states. Fun to watch and the chicken looked pretty good. The gravy looked a little lumpy.

  • Beatle4
    Beatle4 6 days ago

    OMG... I got a serious case of heartburn watching this. LOL.

  • Gary Winters
    Gary Winters 6 days ago +1

    Diane, chicken with a fork? What's this amateur hour. haha. Just kidding.

  • Sigma
    Sigma 6 days ago

    chicken can be good olny if you grow it by yourself other wise you never ate chicken just chem.. :)

  • pecoswild
    pecoswild 7 days ago +1

    Yup! Texas loves you too!

  • tecdrafter
    tecdrafter 7 days ago

    A hillbilly is from the Appalachian mountains of the eastern part of America. Red neck is what they called the loggers of Appalachia. A true hillbilly will claim themselves as such.

  • John Doe
    John Doe 7 days ago

    the south lost the right to any opinion in 1865 when they got theyre asses kicked. call it whatever you want.

  • Patrinia Johnson
    Patrinia Johnson 7 days ago

    I was born in Ohio and raised in Oklahoma. My mother was from the "HOLLARS" of Ohio (parents born in Kentucky) and my father was from the "HILLS" of West Virginia. Don't think you can get ANY more "HILLBILLY than me. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • ANGRYWOLVES
    ANGRYWOLVES 7 days ago +1

    There's beautiful Diane.Good luck young lady...

  • crazyli
    crazyli 7 days ago

    I think the problem with this challenge is the short time limit... that's not really fair for that amount of food. It'd be doable in say 30 minutes.

  • Todd Young
    Todd Young 7 days ago

    Born and raised Hillbilly here. Badge of honor.

  • Joseph DeRepentigny
    Joseph DeRepentigny 7 days ago

    Love it, we do not have Hillbilly's Texas Chicken. Just another reason to go to Ireland. Diane, Paddy and Paul Thank you for a great video.

  • Scott Russell
    Scott Russell 7 days ago

    Hillbilly and Redneck are just slang. I’ve been called way worse. I’m in a town in North Texas that only has 1 stop light. Our major gas station has a kitchen in it; its pretty good! Bev’s has gas and gizzards! Haha

  • lachazaroony
    lachazaroony 7 days ago

    Such dainty eaters. :) You need to eat like an American to win an American eating challenge lol

  • 420 420
    420 420 7 days ago

    hillbilly refers to southern uneducated people and yes its offensive as hell lol

  • 420 420
    420 420 7 days ago

    ur so cute diane but texas isnt america lol

  • GravityToy
    GravityToy 7 days ago

    "Hillbilly" is one of those words that is more often used as a derogatory connotation, but is taken as a compliment...similar to "redneck". When some dude with a man bun and scarf sitting outside a coffee shop staring at his phone trying to portray himself as interesting on Instagram calls us a hillbilly, we look up, smile, say "Bless your heart Princess", open another beer, reload, and keep on shooting at sh!t. We'd much rather be in a room sharing and making memories with our real life friends than have followers/subscribers. Oh, and great food! FYI...if you eat fries (chips) with a fork, you probably won't get any of it.

  • James Frederick
    James Frederick 7 days ago

    "Hillbilly" is typically a pejorative term. Some people use it in a non-pejorative manner and do not consider it offensive. It often depends on the context in which it is used.

  • Dan Svensson
    Dan Svensson 7 days ago

    5:10 Don't worry Jesus... You get to resurrect a few days after ;)

  • Kevin Harbo
    Kevin Harbo 7 days ago

    Hillbillies originally described the Scott-Irish that came to the United States. They are called hill because they settled in the hills of places like Kentucky and bilies because they supported william de orange.

  • Jon Day
    Jon Day 7 days ago

    Were you serious with the whole "You had one job?"

  • Kimberly Gabaldon
    Kimberly Gabaldon 7 days ago

    Yeah, I'm a vegetarian, but if I can watch my snakes eat a rat....

  • Yvonne  Jackson
    Yvonne Jackson 7 days ago

    Diane the Devil lol!!

  • Carlton Firoved
    Carlton Firoved 7 days ago

    You got to love these guys. I think I've seen all of their videos. The alcohol videos were really good. I want to see Irish people try weed!!!!😁😁😎😱🙉🙈🙊

  • Dyonivan
    Dyonivan 7 days ago

    Fun fact - the people that you might describe as being "Hillbilly" don't give a fuck about people being offensive. Growing up in the backwoods with wildlife tends to not make you into a snowflake.

  • Victor Kim
    Victor Kim 7 days ago

    Hillbilly is a Scottish and Irish word from someone who supported William king of England and Holland.

  • Draguns Rage
    Draguns Rage 7 days ago +1

    I love editor Diane 😋

  • BadHabitMarco
    BadHabitMarco 7 days ago +1

    That chicken looks a lot better than fucking KFC's! I'd love to try it.

  • Michael Wheet
    Michael Wheet 7 days ago

    10 mins. is unrealistic. should be 30.

  • Ian Moore
    Ian Moore 7 days ago

    I'm from Kentucky and hillbilly isn't offensive to me because we get call much worse such as inbred so it could be worse

  • JMBlazer72
    JMBlazer72 8 days ago

    The look on your face when he says "Moist" ... lol

  • Hank Reardon
    Hank Reardon 8 days ago

    It depends on how Hillbilly is used. If its meant as a term of endearment its fine. If its a derogatory slur, its racist and offensive.

  • Trinoculus P
    Trinoculus P 8 days ago

    Glad you asked, most southerners have a self deprecating humor about how we speak and being backwards or driving jacked up pickup trucks etc etc. If people are good natured about it all's well. The problem comes in when people from the coasts look down from lofty perches and actually believe we're somehow inferior to them. Don't stress too much about it. Your kind to be concerned please feel free to call me a redneck.

  • James Castleberry
    James Castleberry 8 days ago

    We don't care about Hillbilly or Redneck.

  • Aildhe
    Aildhe 8 days ago

    Why on earth is she eating with a fork? She's so slow! Lol It's sad.