Rose Byrne and Chris O’Dowd Teach Australian and Irish Slang | Vanity Fair

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  • Rose Byrne and Chris O’Dowd teach each other slang words from their respective birthplaces, Australia and Ireland. Byrne and O’Dowd star in Juliet, Naked, in theaters August 17.
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  • luhole
    luhole Vor 8 Tage

    "Ohhhhh heroin" HAHAHAHA

  • Vanna Del Rey
    Vanna Del Rey Vor 11 Tage

    She has the most adorable and charming laugh

  • Dave dunne
    Dave dunne Vor 12 Tage

    I was born in Ireland but moved to Australia when I was 3

  • Smoggy Smokes
    Smoggy Smokes Vor 25 Tage

    Most of the Irish one aren’t used in Dublin, not north Dublin anyway, most is proper Culchie slang 😂

  • Phillip Pierce
    Phillip Pierce Vor 28 Tage

    ROSE Suckin Diesel..."Smoking Weed?" I can see She is a women of culture

  • Caleb M. F
    Caleb M. F Vor Monat

    I honestly thought it was heroin too 😂

  • Justin Oliver
    Justin Oliver Vor Monat

    Haha heroin...very telling

  • Lucy Harrington
    Lucy Harrington Vor Monat


  • Amy Louise
    Amy Louise Vor Monat +1


  • Rachel O
    Rachel O Vor Monat

    “They’re quite simple people”

  • Siobhán K.
    Siobhán K. Vor Monat

    As an Irish person, there were loads of opportunities missed there!!! Lol 🤔🇮🇪

  • Sandwich Casserole
    Sandwich Casserole Vor Monat +4

    Everything I see of Chris O’Dowd makes me crush on him harder 😩

  • ttill_w
    ttill_w Vor 2 Monate

    an English accent in Annie, American one in Instant Family and now an Australian one... 😂 love you Rose

    • Alex P
      Alex P Vor 25 Tage

      Tilly Elizabeth Well, she’s Australian

  • Phillip White
    Phillip White Vor 2 Monate

    No Aussie slang video ever has the slang word “root” it’s my favourite word

  • warriorbard
    warriorbard Vor 3 Monate +1

    I like how in Australia it's the dog's breakfast but in the UK it's the dog's dinner.

  • Dragon Queen
    Dragon Queen Vor 3 Monate

    Chris O'Dowd is a great actor and a really funny guy when the directing is good. The only show his true acting skills showed was on my all time fave comedy series IT Crowd. I've watched that show so many times and I laugh the same amount everytime. He really needs to do more shows like that. The hollywood stuff doesnt do his acting justice.

  • DarthAlcoholic
    DarthAlcoholic Vor 3 Monate +1

    Banjaxed! Proper Irish slang 👍🏻

  • DarthAlcoholic
    DarthAlcoholic Vor 3 Monate

    She's so fit

  • celtic barbarian
    celtic barbarian Vor 3 Monate

    Gutter mouth LOL

  • celtic barbarian
    celtic barbarian Vor 3 Monate

    Must be sydney slang , never heard half of the in Melbourne.

  • Bruce T
    Bruce T Vor 3 Monate

    Two of the most charming actors in the business.

  • Rob Howell
    Rob Howell Vor 3 Monate

    "Fair dinkum" anyone? Who was giving Rose those phrases? Poor old lass never had a chance did she now

  • Stacey M
    Stacey M Vor 3 Monate

    This is my first time hearing her Australian accent

  • Sean Kav
    Sean Kav Vor 4 Monate

    “There Quite simple people” 💀💀💀

  • Olga Lifantyeva
    Olga Lifantyeva Vor 4 Monate +1

    She has no clue and so annoying

  • SanFran247
    SanFran247 Vor 4 Monate

    Some of this is mainly Dublin Slang but still good to see its slang actually used lol

  • Tushar Musale
    Tushar Musale Vor 4 Monate

    White stuff

  • Amanda Kenneally
    Amanda Kenneally Vor 4 Monate

    Possibly Rose hadn't slept in about 307 hours there?!?

  • Prabjeet Kaur
    Prabjeet Kaur Vor 4 Monate +1

    Rose Byrne ❤

  • Ross Shepherd
    Ross Shepherd Vor 4 Monate

    She's bloody beautiful, and he's hilarious.

  • Nastassia
    Nastassia Vor 4 Monate

    I wish I had an Officer Rhodes.

  • HeatherSee
    HeatherSee Vor 4 Monate

    I’ve seen so many of these and any European slang is both creative and ridiculously confusing 😂

    • Alex P
      Alex P Vor 25 Tage

      Just out of curiousity, you would call Irish slang “European” slang? Seems too broad an umbrella, since only the UK and Ireland speak English.

  • Hope Springs-A-Turtle
    Hope Springs-A-Turtle Vor 4 Monate

    They’re both adorable.

  • theQuestion626
    theQuestion626 Vor 5 Monate

    two of my favorite human beings in the world.
    take me, vanity fair, I'm yours.

  • Don't Judge Me!
    Don't Judge Me! Vor 5 Monate

    *Feck it sure it’s grand!* means “sure, let’s do it/that’s great/that’s fine”
    *i didn’t lick it off a stone!* means you’re, for example, stubborn because your parents are stubborn. It can be any adjective

  • kisabella
    kisabella Vor 5 Monate

    nothing this chick said i’ve ever said mate. never even heard it

  • Lion Wild
    Lion Wild Vor 5 Monate

    A fire? At seaparks?

  • Elizabeth Mullas
    Elizabeth Mullas Vor 5 Monate +1

    "I don't even feel that's an Irish one just good clothing manners." 😆

  • Garfield’s Tiddie
    Garfield’s Tiddie Vor 5 Monate +1

    It’s Guinness

  • Mary Kate Kelly
    Mary Kate Kelly Vor 5 Monate +2

    I have never heard rugger bugger or dirtbird before ever in my life

    • Dara Ryan
      Dara Ryan Vor 4 Monate

      Dirtbird is mainly Dublin.

  • Camilo Garcia Ylasaari
    Camilo Garcia Ylasaari Vor 5 Monate

    Crash Banjaxed is my favourite video game character

  • Clara Lois Castaneda
    Clara Lois Castaneda Vor 5 Monate +2

    Anytime I see him I just think of Puffin Rock. With thanks to my precious nephew 😊

  • PJ
    PJ Vor 5 Monate

    You gotta do toronto slang next. It's a complete butchering of Jamaican patois mashed up with like, outdated east coast new york slang and canadian hoser lingo. Very unique.

  • Stripes
    Stripes Vor 6 Monate

    In what world are hot under the collar and dog’s breakfast Australian?

  • Ian T.J Brodrick
    Ian T.J Brodrick Vor 6 Monate +2

    She's so thick, poor lass.

  • Abbie Guerin
    Abbie Guerin Vor 6 Monate

    can guarantee ye half of de irish do not use these, theres so many better ones

  • astrid
    astrid Vor 6 Monate +1

    I am weirdly attracted to chris... As a 20yo who is not generally attracted to gray haired men I would say it is about 99.9% bc of his accent

  • Jack McNamara
    Jack McNamara Vor 6 Monate

    Shoulda had Geebag and several others on Chris’ side

  • Dr0p Kicks
    Dr0p Kicks Vor 6 Monate +2

    I'm Aussie, been here my whole life and i've never heard any of this slang. At all lol

  • Paul Black
    Paul Black Vor 7 Monate

    Gone walkabouts doesn’t mean to go for a walk, it means “he’s disappeared or you can’t find him” “ johns gone walkabouts again”

  • molesticles
    molesticles Vor 7 Monate

    I had no idea that Banjaxed was unique to Ireland.

  • Daniel Shearman
    Daniel Shearman Vor 7 Monate

    Never heard "No Wozza" used before. Probably should've used "Nurries" instead

  • Antonio Dragonheart
    Antonio Dragonheart Vor 7 Monate +1

    She's so beautiful, and he's funny. I like them.

  • Simalicious357
    Simalicious357 Vor 7 Monate

    Oh Helen. I’ve heard a lot about you 🤣

  • VishalHussain
    VishalHussain Vor 7 Monate +1

    I love Rose Byrne. I just adore her. She's a wonderful, beautiful, lovely, adorable woman.

  • TheCelticTyger
    TheCelticTyger Vor 7 Monate

    Other Irish slang
    Ya boyo - youre an interesting character
    Cop on - get a bit of sense

  • Mr. Nayem
    Mr. Nayem Vor 7 Monate

    Love you Rose byrne

  • William Flynn
    William Flynn Vor 7 Monate

    I’m Irish and haven’t heard 90% of these

  • Strawberry 1
    Strawberry 1 Vor 7 Monate +1

    I never realise how much slang we Irish, and particularly Dubliners, have until we share it with other nationalities. :D

  • Scylla Ocean
    Scylla Ocean Vor 8 Monate

    I’m disabled

  • Rye Whiskey
    Rye Whiskey Vor 8 Monate

    Hey Vanity Fair. I can't get enough of these slang videos. Incredibly good! Ever thought of asking former and current members of various military branches to teach their slang? You may be surprised on how different nations use "hump" and "hooch".

  • SKM C
    SKM C Vor 8 Monate

    I’m Irish and can vouch that I say all of these on the daily 😂 finally words that we actually say and not a load of ‘top of the morning to you’ ones

  • Sorry In Advance
    Sorry In Advance Vor 8 Monate

    Chris O'Dowd is the second coming of Jesus Christ, I do not take constructive critiscism

  • JADEKATZZZA69 Jade Hickey

    I'm Australian I use none of those slang s at all and didn't know half of them haha lol

  • Drgnwire
    Drgnwire Vor 8 Monate

    what’s wrong with his voice? he should try turning it off and on again

  • Branboozled
    Branboozled Vor 8 Monate

    It's a goon sack.

  • Jack Doyle
    Jack Doyle Vor 8 Monate +1

    Aren't a lot of these just British slang words?

  • StevenToast
    StevenToast Vor 8 Monate +24

    Good god rose byrne is a fantastic example of a female

  • Denis O Leary
    Denis O Leary Vor 8 Monate

    2:50 there also rugger huggers the girls that watch all the matches waiting for the players basically groupies

  • Mark Wright
    Mark Wright Vor 8 Monate +2

    Rose is a lovely looking woman

  • Erin
    Erin Vor 8 Monate +2

    Rose Byrne is a super Irish sounding name

  • Patrick Edgley
    Patrick Edgley Vor 8 Monate

    How are these aussie slang?

  • pebbs89
    pebbs89 Vor 8 Monate

    I miss Moone Boy. Would have been an excellent addition to Netflix.

  • ori !
    ori ! Vor 8 Monate

    ‘south dublin oh my god he’s such a rugger bugger’ help

  • audience2
    audience2 Vor 8 Monate +1

    Hot under the collar isn't uniquely Australian.

  • Níamh
    Níamh Vor 8 Monate

    Other people don’t use banjaxed what

  • meloD30
    meloD30 Vor 8 Monate +20

    The infinite darkness inside Rose Byrne's head just makes her delightfulness more delightful.

  • Mike Page
    Mike Page Vor 8 Monate

    Irish and Aussie cultures seem so accessible. Why have I never visited??

  • Timothy Munoz
    Timothy Munoz Vor 8 Monate

    Should have asked him what a "damp squib" was. Haha!

  • Kayla's Edits
    Kayla's Edits Vor 8 Monate +1

    I love being Irish🇮🇪✌🏻

  • Gary Spaghettini
    Gary Spaghettini Vor 8 Monate

    They cut out Yoke, it has a few meanings in Ireland. either as another word for "thing" to refer to some object you forgot the name of.
    It also refers to an ecstasy pill though.

  • David Murphy
    David Murphy Vor 8 Monate

    Irish slang is the best in the world.

  • David Murphy
    David Murphy Vor 8 Monate

    Oooh HEROIN!!! She was so happy when she said it😂😂😂😂

  • 31FilmTalk
    31FilmTalk Vor 8 Monate +8

    Have you tried turning it off and on again?

  • this hoe
    this hoe Vor 8 Monate

    I’m Irish and I’ve never even heard of rugger bugger ha

  • Steve S
    Steve S Vor 8 Monate

    Rose is SO adorable!! Chris cracks me up.

  • Celtic Gaelic Irish King

    Irish slang has influenced Australian slang since we first came there as prisoners.

    • 1983Silverfish
      1983Silverfish Vor 4 Monate

      And English slang - a lot of cockney stuff...

  • GT KL
    GT KL Vor 8 Monate +12

    Well Chris did spend time in Australia filming The Sapphires in 2012.

  • Jack Neilan
    Jack Neilan Vor 8 Monate

    I’m Irish and didn’t now most of these

  • Isabella Coelho
    Isabella Coelho Vor 8 Monate

    What's the crack? Those Irish slang tho...

  • ender mark
    ender mark Vor 8 Monate

    I think this is just like Dublin slang

  • Seán Darcy
    Seán Darcy Vor 8 Monate

    Listen to versatile-glossary
    You’ll understanf

  • Gryfinpuff 4life
    Gryfinpuff 4life Vor 8 Monate +2

    *_I’m Irish and I knew none of these. Why do I feel sad._*

  • Caoimhe Mc
    Caoimhe Mc Vor 8 Monate

    Didn’t know half the Irish slang

  • SD
    SD Vor 8 Monate +1

    Didn't know loads of the Irish slang, guess I'm not Irish enough

  • cas4pip
    cas4pip Vor 8 Monate

    I didn't know what rugger bugger meant lmao how does such a small country get so much slang !!

  • Bissrok
    Bissrok Vor 8 Monate

    I wish this was a regular, 30 minute, weekly show.

  • Amin Yashed
    Amin Yashed Vor 8 Monate +7

    How have I never heard of ‘rugger bugger’?

    • Aisling O'Leary
      Aisling O'Leary Vor 8 Monate


    • Bella517
      Bella517 Vor 8 Monate

      It’s pretty common in the graystones/Wicklow or around mayo you may hear it, that’s pretty much the only place in Ireland I’ve heard it

  • Brett D
    Brett D Vor 8 Monate

    She's so pretty.

  • mickyjoe97
    mickyjoe97 Vor 8 Monate

    Helen stole Annie's man! Just when they were starting to get along