IT'S Leaving Cert season once again, with hundreds of thousands of students across Ireland embarking on the final few weeks of their school lives.
Not only does this mean next week is guaranteed to be sunny, like every first Wednesday in June, it also means these hundreds of thousands of students are looking for anything to do except study.
Cue David Wallace, Grade A procrastinator.
One of the more lasting memories of a typical Irish Leaving Cert is taking the aural test for Gaeilge.
The line "Léigh anois go cúramach, ar do scrúdpháipéar, na treoracha agus na ceisteanna a ghabhann le Cuid A" is ingrained in the minds of generations of Irishmen and women and still causes many a sleepless night.
While this drags up dreaded memories for Irish people across the world, David is taking a tongue in cheek approach to his Irish aural by creating a dance remix of the tapes.
This is sure to become a classic in years to come.