As a contestant on last night's cow milking contest, comedian Alison Spittle got to grips with the fine art of milking and from the looks of it, her investigation into the culchie lifestyle hasn't completely rubbed off on her yet!
Having set up her experience with milking as a "personal and moving" one, you could expect Alison to be a dab hand at it.
However, things get off to a rocky start before it even begins, with the cow giving the bucket a little kick. Not a problem for Alison, though, who laughs it away and gets stuck in.
"It feels like I'm holding a live animal's nipple in between my thumb and forefinger", she says - don't say we don't give you intimate access to life on the farm!"
When asked by presenter Áine Lawlor what it was like - "I can't speak for the cow, obviously!" she adds.
Alison says "I can't speak for the cow either but it's changed my life. Hopefully the cow's, too! I feel like we'd a mutual experience."
To find out how Alison ranked in the Pull the Udder One leaderboard, watch the clip above!
Keep in mind, the comedian faces some fierce competition including Aoibhín Garrihy, Anna Geary and Nathan Carter.
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