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22 thoughts on “Send me something!

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  2. Jerry

    Hey just wanted to give you a shout out. Saw your Ireland purge video, couldn’t tell with the audio I think it was my device. But I was intrigued so I looked at your video “long drive last Saturday”. 1. Props on being able to drive a manual. Video was pretty awesome had to like it. Which is a feat I don’t ever feel the need to like anything on YouTube. 2 saw your other video about britian leaving, quit making to much sense people will not understand you ha. Well wish you the best and good time.


  3. Jack

    I now know that I’m REALLY old after viewing your videos- I don’t ‘get’ your humor (the younger generation style of humor, that is.) Don’t get me wrong- you’re incredibly talented, entertaining and your video productions have intriguing story lines- which I intend to continue to watch in your ‘weeklys.’ I suspect that I may not be as sophisticated as I thought I was. Continue to be that person which you are and continue to pursue all of the horizons you wish to creatively explore. You have a calling for something great, I’m sure. Perhaps then, it will take me by surprise and jolt me back to a younger frame of mind, at some point, when I finally ‘get your stuff.’ I’ll probably smile and laugh at myself- I’m taking on the challenge!

  4. curtis hutto

    I’m an American marine stationed in Japan it get boring but I watch you on YouTube I follow your Facebook your page cracks me up and makes me smile thanks for the entertainment 😀

  5. Bob

    Have thoughts of doing more videos with Orna? She seems like a load of fun to have as a friend and your chemistry in the 2 in car videos you did a while back was awesome. She is also got a great laugh. Love you work keep it up.

  6. Kendall

    Hey Clisare!
    I only have just very recently figured out that I want to learn Gaeilge or, obviously, Irish Gaelic. And I stumbled upon your video on how to swear in Irish Gaelic. And, I was just wondering, what are some tips on being able to speak this language and what books or websites would really help with speaking this language
    Please help!
    Thank you!!!


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