May the luck of the Irish be with them…
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Buzzfeed at some point: “White People have no culture. They just steal from everyone else.”
Also buzzfeed: “Look at these people try something from white culture!”
You don’t even have to debunk them anymore, they just do it themselves...
I watched this when it came out, and I had been taking Irish step for 3 years, so I wasn't that good and I was only 11, but now in 2018 i'm watching this back and even eugene's dancing really made me cringe ;)
Any other Irish Dancers here trying not to laugh. I mean, they did really well for beginners, don’t get me wrong, and I’m not hating or anything, but I just find it really funny (and inspiring) to see adults trying Irish Dance for the first time, and for some to do well and others, well, not so much. They tried though, and that’s what counts. Do more dancing vids pls!!!! Luv you guys!
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