LesserEvil: ChrisDe: Truther: Anyone else notice their 10 reasons were only 9?Top reasons, not Ten reasons.FTFA: "This weekend millions of people around the world will celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Almost 40 million people in the U.S. claim Irish heritage, so there is no way of avoiding the March 17 celebrations. From a U.S prospective here are ten reasons why dislike St. Patrick's Day."Actually lists 8, since the first is really just an introduction to his list.As for "Patty" (and "Paddy"), I do believe Patty would be the nickname for Patrick, while "Paddy" would more likely be the nickname for Padraig, but let's not have logic and common sense confuse the issue.
WhoopAssWayne: Yeah, but the best part of St Patrick's Day is watching all the die hard atheist posers lining up to celebrate a religious holiday. It really shows how they stick to their principles.
Rent Party: Paddy, not Patty.
WTF Indeed: Pocket Ninja: So, some idiot blog is going to talk about how someone is farking something up by using a slide show of nothing but stock images.Blimey.10 Ways Bloggers Get Their Panties In a Twist over Mundane Things
HellRaisingHoosier: GhettoWinter:Possible it was just all Americans watching the parade. Didn't expect how many would be there. The bars in the main area of downtown felt like they could've been in an American college town that night. I did manage to find a bar with about 200 redheads in it though. In fact, i do remembering some jag off asking the irish bartender for an Irish Car Bomb...What do you call them there then?
LazerFish: Did anyone else notice that the holidays go "alcohol, then candy, then alcohol, then candy," and so on throughout the year? kind of odd lol
shotbyadam: The fact is, it was the 20-something GIRL who drank an ENTIRE BOTTLE OF WINE at dinner.
The Envoy: I have celebrated two St. Patrick's Days in NYC with a friend of mine and I had a great time. We used to go to Scruffy Duffy's on 8th Avenue. My memories, hazy as they are, consist of laughing almost continuously from 10am until 4am the next day. It was just a really good day out.shotbyadam: The fact is, it was the 20-something GIRL who drank an ENTIRE BOTTLE OF WINE at dinner.Maybe it's just me, but that doesn't strike me as being excessive.
shotbyadam: The fact is, it was the 20-something GIRL who drank an ENTIRE BOTTLE OF WINE at dinner. So when people tell me that drinking stereotypes are rude and insensitive, they are farking morons.
MikeyFuccon: Till then, God save Elizabeth, Queen of Canada, who's done much more for me than the Sean Bean Bocht ever did. Who knows? Maybe I'll live to toast her grandson William the Fifth, by the Grace of God restored to the throne of the Kingdom of Ireland.
12monkeys: [www.wikitree.com image 500x774]
MikeyFuccon: Rent Party: GhettoWinter: CSB/Was in Dublin for St. Patricks day in '08. The most interesting thing to me was the morning of st. pats you couldn't buy a beer anywhere, all the bars were closed and the convenience stores weren't allowed to sell it until after the parade. My assumption is they didn't want everyone shiat faced while the world was watching. After the parade though... shenanigans./CSBThey're all at Mass.My arse. Don't forget St. Patrick's is the national holiday, like July 4 in the States. The schools are closed too, along with government offices and most businesses.
s1ugg0: Reflections from an American who's grand parents stepped off the boat from Ireland.All Murphies are mud farmers and pig rapists. That's a fact.Most people who grew up with traditional Irish families do not throw up. We know how to drink and have a good time. Throwing up is a bad time and a waste of alcohol. Offer does not apply to speaking correctly or standing up straight.
s1ugg0: mjohnson71: Thanks Rick. You can also get better Red Stripe in Jamaica and Dos Equis/Sol/Corona in Mexico.I've had Red Stripes in Jamaica and didn't notice any discernible difference. However, it's been proven that Guinness tastes better in Ireland.
GungFu: FAIL:America = St. Patty's DayRest of the World = St. Paddy's Day.
CruJones: The_Sponge: drongozone: Don't mind St. Patrick's Day so much but I will NEVER drink a green beer. NEVEREveryone has their price...what is yours?Mine was $30. That's what they charged for an unsold keg of green beer the weekend after St. Patrick's day when we were having a crawfish boil one year. Don't care if it's green, $30 for a full keg is solid./green Shiner Bock Blonde Light for the record//you don't want heavy dark beer in the sun with spicy-ass crawfish
The_Sponge: drongozone: Don't mind St. Patrick's Day so much but I will NEVER drink a green beer. NEVEREveryone has their price...what is yours?
Because People in power are Stupid: I celebrate by going into the woods with a big wooden stick (shillelagh) and beat the crap out of some poor snake.
jaylectricity: [media.irishcentral.com image 419x279]
Truther: Anyone else notice their 10 reasons were only 9?
WAR ON ST. PATRICK'S DAY!!1!
Pocket Ninja: So, some idiot blog is going to talk about how someone is farking something up by using a slide show of nothing but stock images.Blimey.
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