Stand-up comedy: Aisling Bea. Not viewable in UK/Ireland. Apr 2015

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  • *Contains strong language. *Not viewable in UK/Ireland.
    Comedy from Aisling Bea. Apr 2015
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  • Luis Lizard
    Luis Lizard 3 hours ago

    Even comedy sucks nowadays SMH

  • Ray okeedoki
    Ray okeedoki 14 hours ago

    Why NOT viewable in UK Ireland? Is it not funny to them? ;)

  • setphaser
    setphaser Day ago

    bloody genius.

  • MagashiSaizen
    MagashiSaizen 2 days ago +1

    She's pretty and funny, she's pretty funny hiyoooo.

  • yfelwulf
    yfelwulf 2 days ago

    1-30 and her vagina this is why females are unable to do comedy they're just pathetic at it.

  • TheScholar74
    TheScholar74 2 days ago

    She has a pretty hot body for a couch potato (Is that racist?). I know fat bitches who go to the gym regularly and aren't any thinner than when they started.

  • Jen Kaufmann
    Jen Kaufmann 4 days ago

    My god she’s brilliant

  • Si Wilson
    Si Wilson 4 days ago

    *Viewing in UK/Ireland*

  • Elizabeth Cember
    Elizabeth Cember 4 days ago

    So that's how that's pronounced.

  • TWIN FORD
    TWIN FORD 4 days ago

    What a babe!!!

  • StuTheBru me
    StuTheBru me 4 days ago

    different nice gig ,nice girl

  • aaronflameboy
    aaronflameboy 5 days ago

    The surprise baby joke is sadly stolen from Kathy Griffin

  • Impatief
    Impatief 5 days ago +8

    Asked for directions in Ireland, what I got was: if I was trying to get to there I wouldn't be starting from here

  • Shroomstep
    Shroomstep 5 days ago

    This is highly cut & edited, where is the original full legnth sketch?
    There are jokes missing. Too offensive perhaps? Too on the mark "politically" perhaps?

  • Janice Granville
    Janice Granville 6 days ago

    One day they will get someone who is funny at the Apollo.

  • Samarpan Bose
    Samarpan Bose 6 days ago

    Does "I can't be arsed" mean she can't be analed? I'm confused

    • Impatief
      Impatief 5 days ago +2

      Irish for "can't be bothered/don't care/couldn't give a shite.

  • Man Of Beard
    Man Of Beard 6 days ago +1

    I can’t be arsed is a real illness. Why do people laugh. I’ve been afflicted all my life 😂

    • Man Of Beard
      Man Of Beard 4 days ago

      Zil Fariza basically you’re not interested in doing anything of purpose.

    • Zil Fariza
      Zil Fariza 4 days ago

      Man Of Beard What does it mean?

  • Philip Leworthy
    Philip Leworthy 6 days ago

    It says not viewable in the UK, but I am in the UK and I just watched it all.
    SMASH THE SYSTEM.

  • Ib Erik Söderblom
    Ib Erik Söderblom 7 days ago

    Wonderful voicesound.
    And she is so beatiful !

  • Steve Ross
    Steve Ross 7 days ago

    Aisling Bea. I wants one, Precious!

  • Ohlreit
    Ohlreit 7 days ago +1

    1:01 Her Scouse accent is amazing!

  • Unknownx
    Unknownx 8 days ago

    I love her

  • Jim Nickles
    Jim Nickles 8 days ago

    Where's the 'Strong Language'?

  • Mark Hoey
    Mark Hoey 9 days ago

    So, an Irish comedienne in an English venue but "not viewable in UK/Ireland"??
    Sounds legit.

  • Foodie Eats
    Foodie Eats 9 days ago +7

    Aisling: I've got a serious condition, it's very debilitating


    me: oh...oh damn


    Aisling: _I just can't be arsed_

  • Bryan Ryan
    Bryan Ryan 9 days ago

    Not really funny.

  • Immy Hill Norris
    Immy Hill Norris 9 days ago +1

    the ending is the best answer to why we need feminism i may have ever heard ??

  • kieranh2005
    kieranh2005 10 days ago +3

    Can't be arsed.
    Known in medical terms as 'Osteo-Coital Atrophy'

  • zeeba3999
    zeeba3999 10 days ago

    Anyone else ready to propose after watching this?

  • jomic75
    jomic75 10 days ago

    False advertisement to get views
    "can't be viewed in UK /Ireland"......
    It shows BBC top left corner of the video still
    BBC is a UK broadcaster of course

  • Saylor Cassady
    Saylor Cassady 10 days ago

    I think you talk fast ‘cause you’re Irish

  • wmfivethree
    wmfivethree 10 days ago

    She was rushed to A&E? I didn't know the Arts & Entertainment cable network offered emergency healthcare services...

  • Brian Murphy
    Brian Murphy 10 days ago

    She’s awesome lol

  • Angus Gibson
    Angus Gibson 12 days ago +4

    "OUT! MY! TINY! HOOOOOLE!"

  • Aoibheann Doyle
    Aoibheann Doyle 12 days ago +1

    Hilarious! 😂

  • Eric Taylor
    Eric Taylor 12 days ago

    I was thinking she talks very slowly. Especially compared to other Irish people I've known.

  • Larry Walsh
    Larry Walsh 12 days ago +8

    I would TOTALLY marry that woman in HEARTBEAT, if only she had no standards.

  • Annony mous
    Annony mous 12 days ago

    Each to their own but in my opinion she is not funny in the slightest.

  • Jo
    Jo 13 days ago +1

    New Zealanders talk at the same speed. I notice how sloooow other countries talk.
    Just get in with it!
    This is normal

  • Tommy Kreitz
    Tommy Kreitz 13 days ago +1

    How is she so rapid-fire?!
    I am so impressed

  • Tommy Kreitz
    Tommy Kreitz 13 days ago +1

    "our clothes were made of mud"

  • Jonathan Cook
    Jonathan Cook 13 days ago

    I can see this and im in the UK

  • team fishbowl
    team fishbowl 13 days ago

    Kayne West of Ireland .... Can we please have this? even if we have to genetically modify someone to make it.. please..

  • hi how are you
    hi how are you 13 days ago

    Yeah, she should stick to acting in my opinion. Sorry..

  • tanquard
    tanquard 13 days ago

    made in the UK, not viewable in the UK... wha?

  • Mikey
    Mikey 13 days ago

    She's very pretty

  • color Sgt pennywhistlepete

    💖💞💓❤️💖💗💓❤️💕😍

  • Patrick Ryan
    Patrick Ryan 14 days ago

    Shove it up your flupe mother.. "Flupe".. I'd love it if the expression "I will in my flupe" became popular..
    "Can you make me a cup of tea?".
    "I will in my flupe".
    Obviously only women can say it.

  • Fonzie
    Fonzie 14 days ago +1

    Shes a lesbian pretending to be straight, whats funny about that ?

  • Lightzy
    Lightzy 14 days ago

    Women aren't really funny. Dunno why. Nobody's fault really.

  • Angelica Schuyler
    Angelica Schuyler 14 days ago +5

    Why does she remind me of Millie O'Connell?

  • Gary Tyndall
    Gary Tyndall 15 days ago

    Yep as expected, not funny

  • Lua
    Lua 15 days ago

    Actually it is viewable because thousands of people in the UK are viewing it.

  • d22matt
    d22matt 15 days ago

    Absolutely love this woman! 👍 My favourite female comedian.

  • Christopher Matthews
    Christopher Matthews 15 days ago +2

    Think I have a weird thing for this lass, might be the Celtic charm!

  • David Reynolds
    David Reynolds 15 days ago +2

    The crow thing is totally true. Sometimes you feel...sort of.....compelled... or something. To...um...you know....do something.....well....ah.....terrible that you resolve to never speak of again 😐

  • Tash Hashimi
    Tash Hashimi 15 days ago +1

    I watched this when I was drunk. You should too

  • Andrew Gutmann
    Andrew Gutmann 15 days ago +55

    *Irish people:* The English have oppressed us for centuries. How can we get revenge?
    *Aisling, Caoimhe, Niamh, Sioban, and Saoirse:* I have an idea.

    • brycly
      brycly 8 days ago

      @SvenTviking people from south Britain did the same, one of St Patrick's 2 surviving books is all about condemning a British king for being too aggressive in enslaving Irish people, since we are trying to tell little known facts why not point out that both coasts raided each other so their slaves would not be of their own. And since we are revealing hidden truths about slavery, why not talk about the fact that slavery in some form was widely accepted in most cultures at the time, why not talk about the fact that slavery in Gaelic Ireland stopped spontaneously by the 13th century. Why don't we also talk about how the Irish enslavement of the Welsh St Patrick and the resulting introduction of the Latin alphabet to Ireland resulted in the preservation and reproduction of countless Roman texts that would have been lost to time, Ireland being the only stable literate society in western Europe after Rome collapsed.

    • Psychokitty1239
      Psychokitty1239 12 days ago +1

      SvenTviking did you miss the joke bro?

    • John Roscoe
      John Roscoe 14 days ago

      @SvenTviking Good for them. Maybe the Welsh and the South West Englanders should have fought harder.

  • Ace Hardy
    Ace Hardy 16 days ago

    🔥💯

  • Chilli-Ice Olive-Abode

    Watch this in 1.5x speed. Sounds great! And then the 'fast' talking parts actually seem fast!