It's very well-known that although Ireland is a small island, there are more accents than there are people. You could drive for 20 minutes in any direction and hear a completely different accent. But what is the worst accent in Ireland? Some say a Dublin twang for sure, while others swear it's Dundalk. We found an old Reddit post that gives a few suggestions. So what do you think? Who's got the worst Irish accent?
"Southside accents ... make me want to drive a screwdriver into my ears" - Freewheelin
Inner city Dublin
"Even as a Dub, I think inner city skanger Dublin accent is the worst" - Yooklid
"The Dundalk accent has always been the worst, to me. I had to work with a few lads from there over the years and my head would be done in by the time the contract was over" - 0ffice_Zombie
"Shocked it hasn't come up yet, but the Cavan accent has always grated on my soul" - TheOnlyOne87
"Muhh-Lin-Gaaaaaaaarrr" - essjay71
"The Wexford townie accent" - niamhish
"Wicklow Town accent" - PeterWhite88
"I like them all, apart from my own! I'm from Belfast" - yerwoman
"North Cork, bai." - Azehrei
"Laois...- it's so flat" - TeletextPear
"Kerry does my head in, even that young child in the video from a while back frustrated me!" - fergalOC
"North Donegal is a tough one to understand. Once sat in the pub watching the masters with an aul lad from North Donegal, hadn't a breeze of anything he said to me. Seemed like a lovely bloke" - spungie
Let's do a poll, what do you reckon is the worst Irish accent?