Do you do anything to celebrate St. Patrick's Day?
Listen to old Irish drinking songs and drink Jameson and Guinness to excess with friends
I answered no but if wearing green counts I should have answered yes.
I'm Irish so duh
McDonald's shamrock shake lol so not healthy
I'm going to paint my nails green.
Well funny question, I'm American so why would I celebrate it?!? I've had a green beer or two. But seriously how do the Irish celebrate it??
They don't. It's a holiday that was created in America.
Really? I think not. :)
news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2009/03/090316-st-patricks-day-facts.html. ""St. Patrick's Day was basically invented in America by Irish-Americans," Freeman said."
as an Irish dancer, I'm very busy on march 17
I usually just get drunk and pass out...
Come to think of it, it's not that much different than my usual routine.
Celebrate my heritage by drinking Jameson
Drink get wasted and also on 5 de mayo.
yeah, i miss being an alcoholic.
A little something called my birthday, no big deal
To hell with cult known as Catholicism and all their dead idols/saints!
My son's Bday is St. Patricks day...so always celebrate!
Uhm, idk, wear green... ????
I drink everyday so I remain sober!
O, fiddle dee, diddle dee, catch and riddle me,
Quick or I'll be gone;
Fiddle dee, diddle dee, catch and riddle me,
I'm a leprechaun. I'm a leprechaun.
I'm Italian and Swedish not Irish. Plus it's just an excuse to get drunk anyway.
I avoid wearing green just so people can ask why I'm not.
Paint the dog green.
Look out Itchy, he's Irish!
Half to, I'm half Irish and it's my brothers birthday. Lucky boy.
It's 'have' to. Half describes the glass of water.
I'm Irish, will be wearing green, and thinking of the hard work my great-grand parents, and grand-parents went though to get here. Only morons make it an excuse to get drunk. Besides, its on a Monday. Celebrate the Irish by working hard to give your family just enough to live on.
It is Sunday. My bad. So go to Mass, if y'all want to act like you're Irish, instead of acting like fools.
Get drunk and pretend to be Irish!
Whiskey and guiness
Don't they call this "amateurs night".
100% Irish. So yes every year!!
What's the main difference between an Irish wedding and an Irish funeral?
1 less drunk at the party.
Corned beef and potatoes. Thank you Ireland!
throw in some cabbage and youve just created my 'last meal', should the coppers ever find me that is...
I spit on stupid drunks.
I also feel we celebrate things for the sake of celebrating.
I'm also so not a holiday person. I also sneer at tradition. So it really is just me. ;)
What is green and hangs out on the back deck of your house?
I get ready for my birthday the next day. :P
I think if you added a qualifier, "besides just drinking" less people would have said yes.
Once went to St. Patty's at University Missouri Rolla (Missouri University Science and Tech) back in the 80s
I get out my shillelagh and wave it at everybody while sipping my Guiness
Nope, but this year we're going to Bristol!
Prego, no beer for me. That's the whole point of the holiday right?
Sure. Drink some brews.
Get the green punch!!!
I just remind people that it's St. Patrick, not St. Padrick. Because I'm a smartarse.
St. Patrick's Day, at LEAST once, jus' gotta hear "I'm Shipping Up To Boston" by Dropkick Murphy's, while sluggin' Killian's Irish Red at my favorite Celtic bar!
St. Paddie's Day joke:
What's the difference between St. Patrick's Day and Cinco de Mayo?
On St. Paddies Day, EVERYone wants to be IRISH!
Yes, my friends birthday is the 18th so it falls somewhere around it!
Don't have the money to this year. And we aren't the government so we can't just spend the money we don't have.
Corned beef, cabbage, potatoes and Guinness beer. Guinness beer all year round, though.
Does wearing a green shirt count?
Or do I have to drive the snakes out of a pet store?
St. Patrick was English.