Ireland is a small country with a hell of a lot of accents.
But which one is the sexiest of them all? We've asked for help on Twitter and these are the results we came up with.
Agree or disagree? Let us know!
Not too much going on here.
All 'cos of the elongaaaated voooowels, hai.
Ara, 'tis a bit soft.
Made famous by Niall Horan
How is it so culchie? It's not far from Dublin at all.
"WANCE YA FAIL DE FIRSHT FUCKIN TIME THATS THE SHTEART OF IT"
We'd enough of that when Brian Cowen was in power.
Controversial perhaps. But to some people it's just a bit neutral.
The 10 hours I spent traveling with dad today have undone the past 10 years of me trying to lose my Cavan accent, hai.
— Davey Reilly (@DaveyReilly) August 3, 2017
'Tis quare warm ain't ih?
Just a bit too serious for our liking.
Usually heard in the pubs around Croke Park on the first weekend of September.
An unusual blend of north and south
Everyone is just Gerry Adams.
Given that there's pretty much a different accent for every postcode we've decided to place the capital smack bang in the middle
Pretty inoffensive but when they talk you listen.
Increases in intensity as you move towards the city.
'Kirry' traditionally would have been higher but Danny Healy-Rae has it ruined.
Otherwise known as 'T'rone'.
The quintessential Irish accent. We can't make up our minds.
Girl in the office goes....I bet your from Mayo and I go "yaa? Howd ya guess that?".. "Youv an aul enda kenny accent on ya"....greattttt -.-
— Daniel (@lkbjrfucjh) June 6, 2014
Another big city with various accents. The more neutral west county version has nothing on Cark City, boi.
We could listen to their dulcet tones all day.
They've gone up in our estimations, the gowls.
Why is it that every time wee Seamie Coleman speaks we just want to give him a hug?
The most radio-friendly accent in the country.
Pull up a chair and just listen to them regale you with their entertaining tales in their softly-spoken lilt.
Who could forget this iconic moment?