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He's the ice man - but you could hardly call him cool. This mystery pedestrian filmed slipping on ice in a Dublin street in a news report has become the first internet phenomenon of the decade. Photo by: RTE

Internet legends, the most popular YouTube videos from Ireland

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He's the ice man - but you could hardly call him cool. This mystery pedestrian filmed slipping on ice in a Dublin street in a news report has become the first internet phenomenon of the decade. Photo by: RTE

There’s some videos on YouTube that are just so funny you can watch them over and over. In fact of these Irish videos, such as the man who slipped on ice during an RTE news report, went viral so quickly that they became famous. Some are just brilliant and make you grin, such as the Taxi driver recently who boogied on down to the anthem of the summer Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” in the middle of Dublin.

Recently a Dublin music station, Phantom FM, reminded us of some of the great funny Irish YouTube videos when they announced their plan to gather the stars together.

For your viewing and funny bone pleasure we’ve put together the videos of the Legends of the Internet, the funniest Irish folks online.

The taxi driver who danced along to Get Lucky in a Dublin street

The ‘ah here leave it out’ lady

The man who famously slipped on ice during an RTE news report

The man who wiped his brow with a 50 euro note, also during a news report, at the Galway Races

The Garda who danced on stage at the Independence music festival

The “audience legend guy” from “The Saturday Night Show”

The Cork pothole swimmer

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