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WATCH: Tadhg Fleming posts hilarious take on the gibberish challenge

By Sarah Finnan

April 20, 2020 at 3:53pm

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Tadhg Fleming has posted his take on the viral gibberish challenge filter on Instagram, and it's every bit as hilarious as you'd expect.

We don't know about you, but Instagram filters have proven to be a constant source of entertainment these past few weeks. We may have rolled our eyes at them before, but that was pre-quarantine when we weren't spending 90 per cent of our days online and in dire need of amusement.

Said Instagram filters have been around for a while now, with the latest being one titled 'guess the gibberish'... and as expected, it pretty much does what it says - giving users a random mish-mash of words and asking them to guess what is really being said before the time runs out.

There's something quite addictive about the whole thing - get one right and you want to keep up the winning streak, get it wrong and you want to redeem yourself. Like we said, a constant source of entertainment.

Another constant source of entertainment? Tadhg Fleming and his family. For anyone who may not be familiar with him (shame on you), he shot to fame when he posted of his father Derry trying to catch a bat in their kitchen. The video quickly went viral and well the Fleming five have been delighting with hilarious content ever since.

That was back in 2017... fast forward to now and Tadgh has posted his take on the gibberish challenge,  saying that it's "way harder than it looks".

If you're in need of a laugh, this will certainly do the trick.

Might be time to give it a go yourself. "Chest who wit", as Tadhg would say.

(Header image courtesy of Tadhg Fleming on Facebook)

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