#1
Actually, I don't like St. Patrick's day. A lot of people just use it as an excuse to act retarded, and its really annoying. Honestly, non-Irish folk make 10x a bigger deal out of it than (we) Irish people do, and usually the actual Irish kids you DO see running around wearing green this and using green that, forget for the rest of the year where their ancestors come from. So how do u think about St. Patrick's day?
#2
No!
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#9
Everyone is suddenly Irish on this day for some reason.
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#11
I think it's retarded to be honest
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#13
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Everyone is suddenly Irish on this day for some reason.

I'm more Scottish than Irish, I think.

Maybe there should be a William Wallace day where everyone wears their favourite tartan pattern and drinks scotch
#19
I've never heard of the green beer and pinching thing in Ireland. Never saw green beer in my life.

Over here it's mainly just a fun parade and a day off. Lots of people however get really drunk far too early in the day, there are also a lot of drunk underage kids, and the city is jammed with tourists so I've learned to stay out of town for the most part on Paddy's day. The night before is generally far better. That or having a house party, which I may do.
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#22
I have no problem with Paddy's day. I have a problem with how everyone becomes a retard on it. And how it becomes "an excuse to drink" as if you ever need one, you can get drunk any day of the week.

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#23
It's both fun and stupid. People are always cheerier than usual (not just because they're drunk) and I enjoy some of the random festivities.

It is a little scary how Guinness practically run the entire dam night though.
#24
can't enjoy it cause I have a concussion and the neurologist said no booze. fuck st. patricks day
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#25
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It's both fun and stupid. People are always cheerier than usual (not just because they're drunk) and I enjoy some of the random festivities.

It is a little scary how Guinness practically run the entire dam night though.

yup, I have to admit, it's fun to some extent.
#26
I like it, because I actually AM a little bit Irish. Although I'm not old enough to drink.

And I have to work a double shift on Thursday
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#28
An excuse to get smammered and party. I for one am a fan (im a quarter Irish).
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#29
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And how it becomes "an excuse to drink" as if you ever need one, you can get drunk any day of the week.

I don't know if you've noticed, but it's more fun to drink with other people.
#30
I don't necessarily hate the holiday, just the majority of people who celebrate it.

GTFO my lineage, non-Irish assholes!
#32
What the **** is an Irish?
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