Twitter has revealed what Irish people have been talking about online this year.
Its top trends saw users react as Hurricane Ophelia swept through the country, engage in the ongoing political and constitutional debates on Brexit and Repeal The 8th.
We also celebrated and speculated on sporting occasions like the Womens Rugby World Cup.
'COYBIG' ranked high again as our boys in green got within one match of a trip to Russia.
Meanwhile, TV viewers said goodbye to larger than life character Vincent Browne and his Twitter 'machine'.
Classic Irish wit and humour was also seen as key events happened.
When the true meaning of sport was shared.
When a chance motorway meeting captured the nation's humour around hurricane warnings.
When Irish sports fans celebrated a memorable win against England.
And let's not forget when #BatDad happened -Tadhg Fleming and his dad became overnight internet sensations as Tadgh captured the chaos in his family home when a bat came to visit one night in Kerry.
And @JustineStafford stole the show on Twitter, with one of the most Retweeted Irish Tweets of the year, with her hilarious lyrical pun: