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March 18, 2009

THE DAY AFTER ST. PATRICK'S DAY

I hear Ireland's beautiful. Irish accents certainly are. I don't like St. Patrick's Day though. Yes, I have Irish ancestors. What white person in America doesn't? I think St. Patrick's Day is an excuse to get drunk. If you own a kilt, you can celebrate St. Patrick's Day. If you have family still living in Ireland, you can celebrate St. Patrick's Day. If you have red hair and your last name is O'Malley, you can celebrate St. Patrick's Day. If you wear green and point it out to everyone, you're a loser. If you don't wear green in hopes of getting pinched, you're an even bigger loser.

To sum up, I'm not down on Ireland or Irish people. I'm down on losers.

How about some hot Irishmen to brighten your day?



5 comments

[mz. azul] said...

You crack me up. And I wholeheartedly agree.

Natalie said...

Oh my...

Lindylou said...

I have always tried to find a way to celebrate the holidays that would be meaningful for my family. Ever since my children were young, I read them the story of St. Patrick, the Christian missionary that the holiday is named after. In this story, which is a true story, he used the common clover to teach about God (Father, Son and Spirit). The best missionaries learn to use something common to the culture they visit to discover how God linked His Story of Eternity into their hearts. You might just look at it a different way, more positive and worth celebrating.

Natalie said...

Still love this post & the yummy Irishmen.

Stefanie Zucker said...

Thanks for making the last thing I see before I close my eyes and drift off to sleep so absolutely irresistible :-)

I will now have very different thoughts in my head every time St Patricks Day rolls around.

Thanks :)