With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, I decided to do a short post to showcase some of the ways people celebrate this great holiday in America and Ireland.
How St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated in Ireland.
How St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated in America.
P.S. The underwhelmer does not promote the pursuit and subsequent capture of little people, no matter how funny it may be.
P.P.S. Let’s all go get blasted, but we’ll at least do some research to know why we’re getting black-out drunk for a centuries-old dead guy. Now if you’ll excuse me, I must go. My fightin’ juice (whisky) won’t drink itself.
I think that sums it up very nicely!
I try. 😉
I actually didn’t know why people drink of St.Patrick’s day until I just looked it up right now. Woohoo for whiskey and the innkeeper!
Sounds like a good enough reason for me.
*CHUG, CHUG, CHUG*
last year I drank so much I married my Hamster… this year I bought parrot. St Patrick’s day!
Ha! Good luck with that. 🙂
awesome. i love the american’s eyes, so scheming…
One has to be crafty when plotting to capture little people.
I always thought it had something to do with chasing away snakes. I’m so confused.
I believe Wikipedia and Google over everything else… I mean, if it’s on the internet, it must be true right?
LoL! Me roots be sucking down some Smithwick’s tomorrow, no doubt!
Now don’t be too hard on those clever little green or red fellows.
Besides, ye know, ye have to be alone to see one. 😉
Cheerz to a happy St. Patrick’s Day! Uncle Tree
Hope you’re having a good one today.
As long as I don’t have to drink green beer. Plain beer, fine, green beer looks like pee.
or pea! ^_^
I never understood green beer, but oh well.
I wish my high fives had that kind of star power.
Don’t we all?
You guys need a reason to party? Sad. In Uganda we get Blasted everyday…and where’s part II of the migration?
Clearly I picked the wrong country to move to. 😛
Check back tomorrow. 🙂
Can’t help but notice your choice of words: blasted. Hm
And here in England we go thus: “Well, we’ve tried to opress and invade Ireland for as long as we can remember, that pretty much means we’re Irish, right? make mine a Guinness!”
Hmm… there’s an irrefutable and awful logic to that. 🙂
Ah, St. Patrick’s Day. Where the non-Irish pretend to be Irish and the Irish pretend not to be.
Incorrect stereotypes: highlighting our differences one preconceived notion at a time. 🙂
haha, very true. same with cinco de mayo…
Can’t argue with that. I think I prefer cinco de mayo a little more. It’s probably from the time I spent in Florida and Texas. 🙂
LOL So true, brilliant
representation. BLOGING AT IT’S BEST!
Thank you. I do what I can. 😉
That’s why I don’t approve of American St. Patrick’s Day.
Yeah, somehow it seems to have turned into a bigger holiday in America than anywhere else… go figure.