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  • Jamie Dornan breaks down some of the most famous slang terms from his home country of Northern Ireland. Check him out in the new film “Robin Hood," in theaters November 21st.
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  • Night King
    Night King Vor Tag

    Kex is biscuit in Swedish haha

  • Peacefully Social Justice

    We use at least half of these phrases in KY lol

  • woollen hat
    woollen hat Vor Tag

    Craic, Kex, Wee, Steamin' , Jammie, Dead On, Faffin, Pull, (ALL NORTHERN ENGLAND TERMS. Seriously had no clue these where all Irish terms.)

  • Michelle Flood
    Michelle Flood Vor 2 Tage

    I thought dead on meant you’re correct or right I say but then I do have Irish family !!

  • Navarrete
    Navarrete Vor 4 Tage

    He could be a great Magneto when Michael Fassbender finishes that role in Dark Phoenix.

  • P F
    P F Vor 5 Tage +1

    A wee bag and your wee receipt. Jees I’m while bad for saying it.

  • 1000 subscribers with no videos

    I'm nothern Irish I'm called Jamie and thats pretty good slang I sound pretty much like that

  • The GryphonMan279
    The GryphonMan279 Vor 6 Tage

    Wait was he in the siege of jadottvile

  • ana 🖤
    ana 🖤 Vor 9 Tage

    everybody say thank you jamie dornan

  • Svecx
    Svecx Vor 9 Tage

    Never heard of Jamie Dornan

    • Svecx
      Svecx Vor 5 Tage

      Jay Reszy ok ya fruit

    • Jay Reszy
      Jay Reszy Vor 6 Tage

      Svecx That’s cause you’re an eejit!

  • Slimy Barn Door
    Slimy Barn Door Vor 12 Tage

    I already know alot of slang like Craic, Gas, Gammy, Hamed and so on..

  • Tara xxx
    Tara xxx Vor 13 Tage

    In Belfast we have mail which is like when ur goin with someone and meet which is like making out or kissing someone not sure if u say these in other places though

  • KilljoysNeverDIE
    KilljoysNeverDIE Vor 13 Tage

    now do one with david tennant

  • Patrick Bateman
    Patrick Bateman Vor 24 Tage

    That guy looks like Christian Grey

  • King Delevingne
    King Delevingne Vor 25 Tage

    This video is cracker~~~

  • theditti1010
    theditti1010 Vor 25 Tage

    Jamie, why did you hate this? Or was you just bored? OK., don't teach , stay actor! :))

  • Evana Alexandra
    Evana Alexandra Vor 26 Tage

    Wow Christian grey is teaching me

  • Carolina Gamboa
    Carolina Gamboa Vor Monat

    B O R I N G

  • 414MrMilwaukee
    414MrMilwaukee Vor Monat

    This guy woke up 30 minutes ago before shooting this

  • Nicola Mcguinness
    Nicola Mcguinness Vor Monat

    RIP Jamie Dornan 1928 1974

  • gemi
    gemi Vor Monat

    Kex means biscuit or cookie in Swedish lol

    • Skeptic
      Skeptic Vor Monat +1

      Jag är halv svensk halv nordirländsk lol

  • Brad Lenker
    Brad Lenker Vor Monat

    Am I the only one thinking...who's Jamie Dornan?

  • A Random Guy
    A Random Guy Vor Monat

    Lol.
    I laugh at people who don't get us 😂
    I use wee and dead on way too much

  • Mel.aspen
    Mel.aspen Vor Monat

    I live in Ballymena in Northern Ireland lol

  • Jammie M
    Jammie M Vor Monat

    LOVE IT!!!

  • Jordan Bryan
    Jordan Bryan Vor Monat

    Welsh slang?!

  • Anything under the sun

    I live in the countryside and the slang is a lot better (by that I mean not even the local townies understand it)

  • Gigi Wowo
    Gigi Wowo Vor Monat

    Try a video teaching Toronto slang

  • Siobhán K.
    Siobhán K. Vor Monat

    Norn Iron in the house!!!! This video was so cracker!!! However, now people know when I’m slagging them off!!! Which is literally a problem for me soooo... 😬😏

  • Sarah Enys
    Sarah Enys Vor Monat +1

    Far too many of those phrases are used in Cornwall😂

  • Worgiewoo
    Worgiewoo Vor Monat

    Loads of these are used all over the UK, but how sweet is Jamie don’t think I’ve ever seen him smile that much

  • Emma Carraro
    Emma Carraro Vor Monat

    We use a number of these in England too so I'd say alot of them are not specific to NI but to the UK

  • Kristie McDonald
    Kristie McDonald Vor Monat +1

    "with me, Liam Neeson" I'm crying, that's hilarious.

  • siobhan smyth
    siobhan smyth Vor Monat

    w

  • mrlnxf
    mrlnxf Vor Monat

    love how he tries to explain slang with slang

  • Duhitzjess
    Duhitzjess Vor Monat

    the only one of them that i actually say is yoke

  • trek2space
    trek2space Vor Monat

    Ah'm a Scottish lassie and Aye! A lot oh these words are used in Scotland an aw lol

  • Jessica Marshall
    Jessica Marshall Vor Monat

    “Any more of this and there’ll be less of it” made me burst out laughing. Every time I hear it, it reminds me of my Irish Nan because that is something she always says.

  • Sally Smith
    Sally Smith Vor Monat

    Lol Aussies also say yarn

  • Soviet GingerGas
    Soviet GingerGas Vor Monat

    A lot of people by were I live and me use use so much of this and We live in England

  • Green Shaðes
    Green Shaðes Vor Monat +1

    I was born in Belfast too 😂 my accent and everything is like his.

  • Matthew North
    Matthew North Vor Monat

    Craic is also used in the North West of England lol. Shocking amount of these are.

  • Marina Schamehorn
    Marina Schamehorn Vor Monat

    😊😊😊cute

  • Katelyn Ennis
    Katelyn Ennis Vor 2 Monate

    I HAD NO IDEA.

  • hiko73
    hiko73 Vor 2 Monate

    Mads Mikkelsen with Danish slang

  • Anjushree Verma
    Anjushree Verma Vor 2 Monate

    "Northern Ireland is known for basically me...and Liam Neeson"

  • Slemke 98
    Slemke 98 Vor 2 Monate

    We say craic in the westcountry too. Actually, quite a few of this are used all over the UK.

  • JMB Pro
    JMB Pro Vor 2 Monate

    Why does he identify as Irish when he's Northern Irish?

  • Puddylicks1
    Puddylicks1 Vor 2 Monate

    Jammie
    Keks
    Faffin
    Pull, on the pull
    Also used in England and Wales

  • Centrist Philosopher
    Centrist Philosopher Vor 2 Monate

    'Wee -one' basically means a child, much like 'bairn' in northern England and Scotland.
    Said fast it sounds like the male name 'Wayne'

    • Nature Swirl
      Nature Swirl Vor 14 Tage

      No. And yes. Wean is used to describe a child. But if we are using wee one, we say wee one.

  • Centrist Philosopher
    Centrist Philosopher Vor 2 Monate

    I was born in Belfast and lived in Bushmills, Portrush and a number of other places but I am 33 and have spent 19 years in England.
    I rarely use Ulster dialects these days but before my late grandmother passed away in 2017, my mum used to speak to her on the phone in a strong rural Antrim accent using word's ive never used.

  • Centrist Philosopher
    Centrist Philosopher Vor 2 Monate

    Kenneth Branagh and Carl Frampton are the two greatest living Ulstermen.

  • fr e sh avoca do
    fr e sh avoca do Vor 2 Monate

    "i had great craic last night.. that means the craic was good." ok but i still dont know what tf its supposed to mean lmaooo

    • fr e sh avoca do
      fr e sh avoca do Vor 2 Monate

      ​+Megan Meaney hahaha this word is so funny to me. when i was a 1d stan, niall used to say it and i was like ...what? so weird.

    • Megan Meaney
      Megan Meaney Vor 2 Monate +1

      The word craic means “fun” in the Irish language, but we use it in an English sentence, and we say it every ten minutes 😂

  • Tasty Gem
    Tasty Gem Vor 2 Monate +1

    Car Bomb Planted now boys, RUN

  • joy senpai
    joy senpai Vor 2 Monate

    NORTHERN IRISH EXPRESSIONS:
    craic- blanket term for whats up wid yo life
    boys a dear
    kex- underwear
    wee- little, small
    steamin'- drunk
    any more of this and there's be less of it- stop it...
    bout ye- how you doin
    jammie- lucky
    yarn- story
    dead on-
    faffin'-
    pull- kiss(?)
    buck eejit- annoying(?)
    yoke- used to describe something u cant specifically name at the moment

  • denise v
    denise v Vor 3 Monate

    Wait isn't wee also British??

  • Conrado Ev
    Conrado Ev Vor 3 Monate

    U bloody cheeky fockar

  • Chloe Bates
    Chloe Bates Vor 3 Monate +1

    I'm Northern Irish and all of this perfect by the way when he said "this ones very Irish" which we do say, it means that that phrase was stupid and it didn't make sense

  • DerpyKoala
    DerpyKoala Vor 3 Monate

    Aye, you’re all buck eejits

  • debo bertie
    debo bertie Vor 3 Monate

    I didn't know this video was a thing and I'm so glad

  • Annel Moreno
    Annel Moreno Vor 3 Monate

    I absolutely love Irish and British slang. But mostly Irish because its just so hilarious 😂 being the basic American that I am, we speak English so blandly and boringly. The UK does it better. lol

  • Farah Ain
    Farah Ain Vor 3 Monate

    When he swipes the screen,i swiped mine too 😭

  • Peepoday
    Peepoday Vor 3 Monate

    Slabber.

  • Lyndon LaRouchewasright!

    God knows he can't do an American accent to save his life.

  • Hammer332
    Hammer332 Vor 3 Monate

    All of these (except for Norn Iron or Bout ye) are used all over Ireland.

  • It’s Tiff
    It’s Tiff Vor 3 Monate

    so wee is like when we says “aw it’s a cute little __”

  • computerjantje
    computerjantje Vor 3 Monate

    half of the explains were not telling me anything :)

  • First Name
    First Name Vor 3 Monate

    I always say “whata bout ye”

  • Morgan Mccrum
    Morgan Mccrum Vor 3 Monate

    It's northern Ireland not Ireland slang

  • marble socks
    marble socks Vor 3 Monate

    He forgot "kebbs" which is feet
    "Boyo" which is thing or boy
    "Thon" which is that(bonus points if it's thon boyo or thon yoke)

  • dysfunctional account
    dysfunctional account Vor 3 Monate

    he's Irish. since when

  • My Tech ID
    My Tech ID Vor 3 Monate

    what happened to the lights in the studio? this has affected my way to perceive your brand's quality and my expectations

  • Jitka J
    Jitka J Vor 3 Monate

    I'd love to see Cillian Murphy doing this

  • Emma
    Emma Vor 3 Monate

    here bais this is some craic this video is

  • Emma Berryman
    Emma Berryman Vor 3 Monate

    Jamie what about 'aye', 'blow in' and 'youse' love you my fello countryman

  • Alice Cochrane
    Alice Cochrane Vor 3 Monate

    They forgot ‘ATS US NAI’

  • Default Account
    Default Account Vor 3 Monate

    How have I only just found thus

  • Charlie Ellam-brown
    Charlie Ellam-brown Vor 3 Monate

    WTF why does vanity always get slang for the U.K. like everyone in the U.K. uses the same slang regardless of location

  • SH0WBIZ
    SH0WBIZ Vor 3 Monate +3

    My mum who is French came to NI in the 90s, she was confused for the longest time about "wee" thinking it was "oui"

  • Nob Jockey
    Nob Jockey Vor 3 Monate +1

    Apparently Jamie went to a prod school yeeeooooo 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧

    • Skeptic
      Skeptic Vor Monat

      🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧

  • wot
    wot Vor 3 Monate

    forgot
    *WHA'S* *HAPPENIN*

  • Hadi f.
    Hadi f. Vor 3 Monate

    Why is he so adorable yet so freaking hot

  • Ethan Bidner
    Ethan Bidner Vor 4 Monate

    Nice arms bro 💪🏼

  • Fay Khudairi
    Fay Khudairi Vor 4 Monate

    aw he looks nervous cradling the ipad with his cute accent XD

  • nadia yusuf
    nadia yusuf Vor 4 Monate

    HES SO GOOD AT ACCENTS i NEVER KNEW HE WAS IRISH

  • Caoimhe is Not cool
    Caoimhe is Not cool Vor 4 Monate

    i'm northern irish and i feel like we put the words pure and weak before adjectives like "That was weak cool" or "That was pure amazing"

  • It’ll be sweet lad
    It’ll be sweet lad Vor 4 Monate

    It’s so weird to think ppl In like England donny say stuff like that when it seems so normal

  • Panicking Pilots
    Panicking Pilots Vor 4 Monate

    Up the ra

  • Love From Above
    Love From Above Vor 4 Monate +1

    In my culture, we love to DRINK (and are up the par with the Irish) and we always use a version of “wee” when we order a drink because we always pretend like it’s something we NEVER do and I’m just going to have a “wee brandy” and so on.. it has found its way into everything now. I definitely relate to this word a lot.

  • Sabrina Hernández
    Sabrina Hernández Vor 4 Monate

    i need an Édgar Ramírez Teaches You Venezuelan Slang

  • Belle Hannon
    Belle Hannon Vor 4 Monate

    I've never felt so called out but yet related to in my life

  • こんにちはThamara
    こんにちはThamara Vor 4 Monate

    "I'm gonna have a wee cuppa tea"
    Even though you're having a normal sized cuppa tea


    TRUE THOUGH XD

  • Meg White
    Meg White Vor 4 Monate

    Only a handful of these are specific to ireland lmao...who researched this?!

  • unipunch
    unipunch Vor 4 Monate

    most of these are used all over ireland not just northern ireland

  • Navreet and Ramneet
    Navreet and Ramneet Vor 4 Monate

    This is basically Newfoundland, Canada as well

  • Amanda Russell
    Amanda Russell Vor 4 Monate +4

    irish accents are the hottest accents

  • Anna's Bibliotheca
    Anna's Bibliotheca Vor 4 Monate

    My favourite one that he didn't cover is 'I'll run yer over'. It might sound as a threat, but it means 'I'll give you a lift [in a car, etc.]'.

  • Anna's Bibliotheca
    Anna's Bibliotheca Vor 4 Monate

    I love his humility at the start! ha ha ha...

  • Emma Nagle
    Emma Nagle Vor 4 Monate

    This is literally Scottish slang too

  • harpa lindal
    harpa lindal Vor 4 Monate

    Kex in Icelandic is biscuit