Here's what the Map of Stereotypes had to say about Ireland
A 17-year-old artist has produced a fantastic world map, made up of all the national stereotypes.
Martin Vargic has released an entire book of maps, called Vargic's Miscellany of Curious Maps, and the one that is taking the internet by storm today is the Map of Stereotypes.
Every country in the world, as well as the oceans, seas and even the frozen poles gets a dig or too here, with the worst national stereotypes filling the map with over 5,000 pieces of text.
Of course, we went to see what he had to say about Ireland first and it was no surprise to see drinking, leprechauns and the Titanic feature under an overall banner 'GINGERS'.
In fairness, it could be worse, France is covered in the rather stark phrase 'PUBES'.