The IrishCentral bloopers reel of 2012 – check out our outtakes around New York – VIDEO
From outrageous comments, to stutters and stumbles, to fashion faux pas
In 2012 IrishCentral took to the streets of New York to get the public's views on various topics, from the Presidential Election, to gay marriage to why people like Irish folks so much. The results were enlightening, entertaining, sometimes shocking but many of the bloopers were just plain funny.
It seems that the New Yorkers we found on the streets often had a terrible case of foot in mouth disease, with one of our favorites calling the GOP presidential candidate “Rodney”, instead of Mitt Romney. Another interviewee declares, “This is the worst day to wear a turtle neck!” What a shame.
We hope you enjoy our bloopers reel and we look forward to hitting the streets of New York in 2013 to create more IrishCentral videos.
Check out the video below.
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Here’s the outtakes reel
- Gay teacher fired from Catholic school after...
- Racist incidents in Ireland up by 85 percent...
- Nelson Mandela once considered a terrorist...
- Nelson Mandela was against IRA decommissioning.
- Irish radio presenter suspended after anti-Isra
- An open letter in strong defence of capitalism.
- Sarah Palin is saving Christmas
- Hollywood star Gabriel Byrne brands new Pope...
- Photo shows Irish revolutionaries three years...
- Bono, Gerry Adams, President Higgins all...
Barry;- I find it hard to believe you live in Ireland -...." hard to believe that immigrants are still "flooding in" to Ireland. ImmigrAn open letter in strong defence of capitalism to Pope Francis
I would say that it's the combination of a free market economy and a democratic government that works best for the general wellbeing. Capitalism generSarah Palin is saving Christmas
I notice the attack the messenger crowd are out in force since they can't deny the message. The so-called war on Christmas is a petulant overreactionPhoto shows Irish revolutionaries three years before Easter Rising
Could this man be one of the unnamed, Micheal Mac Ruairi, origially from Mayo,lived in the gate lodge at Pearse's school, and worked in the school.