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3mily March 18th, 2015 4:46am

One of your closest friends is Irish. He/she tells you that St. Patrick's Day is an important cultural holiday for his/her family and is upset that it has been appropriated and commercialized by non-Irish people. Would this change how you celebrate?

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PresWK Minnesota
03/19/15 5:42 pm

I don't celebrate it in the first place

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PRoberts Pro Aris Et Focis
03/18/15 3:42 pm

Yes. Even though non-Christians treat Christmas the same way, I feel it's important to respect other people's cultures. I don't celebrate St. Paddys day like most people though anyway.

Happy239 Florida
03/18/15 4:16 am

I am Irish. Grand mothers maiden name is O'Grady. Look at how it's celebrated in Ireland. Every bar is packed and parades all over the Country. The US is mild in comparison and everyone is Irish on St Patrick's day.

cm8023
03/18/15 4:07 am

This guy sounds like a real piece of work. Everything is too commercialized these days. St. Patrick's day should be the least of his worries.

Ebola1 Florida
03/18/15 2:04 am

I'd have regular beer instead of green beer. But I don't celebrate it anyway.

susanr Colorado
03/17/15 10:34 pm

No, because I don't celebrate it.

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typetype level 2 pretty
03/17/15 10:02 pm

It would encourage me to take my whiney Irish friend out for some green beer.

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