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Submitted by: fancylad 6 years ago in Weird

It"s the drunken Irish Saint Patrick"s Day stereotype edition! [A St. Paddy"s Day Classic Post from last year.]
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Male 7
Granted, I`m a HUGE American mutt... my family dates back to John Smith, on of the first folks over here (and yes he scored Pocahantas too)... so years of familial sexual relations over hundreds of years here in this nation has made me total Martini, shaken not stirred.

My last name is Dutch, First name another family name from great grandparents and so is my middle name (I`m uber proud of my full name so here goes: Marshall Rohling Van Stone--yes I need to publish cuz it`s the best author name around.

Anyway, I`m Dutch, English, French, Germanic, a tiny bit Cherokee (why my beard sucks and my body as no hair on it... I kinda dig that), a few other cultures I`m unaware of, but Irish is up there too. I`m a brunette, but my beard is orange-ish and lots of freckles. Talk about a melting pot of mutt-dome. And yet I STILL never act like this. Sure some green beers and car bombs, but I`m always crazy about SPD for some reason, no matter my kick ass blood line.
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Male 2
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Male 307
I spy: Dr.Richard Kimble
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Female 500
@ Fehz...
it says so in the description. good job.
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Male 579
I have a feeling that if I go back a year from today (+/- a day or two), I`ll find this exact same post.
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Male 1,067
I personally hate drunken girls regardless of their nationality.
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Male 256
Chicago is such an awesome city! The riverfront is gorgeous! (in an urban architectural sense as opposed to a naturalistic aesthetic)
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Male 487
i swear i know the broad in #2
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Male 25
woo chicago!
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Male 515
Go Chicago!!
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Female 17
Taylor stone: You forget about St Louis. Half the freaking city (and the entire Irish neighborhood) is barricaded for the drunken debauchery going on right now.
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Male 12,365
[quote]@Madduck.
Are you drating Kidding me? more than half of Americans are of Irish Heritage.[/quote]

Along with various other heritages...so why pick that one and exaggerate it way past people who are actually Irish, so far that it becomes a caricature?

Saint Patrick was born in Britain, i.e. not Ireland. When he settled in Ireland, he became Irish. So you`re celebrating his day by doing the opposite of what he did.

Rather strange, really.
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Male 2,688
I don;t know about the rest of the country, but we celebrate St Patrick`s Day here because the cities were BUILT by Irish immigrants during the Industrial Revolution. Everything in most areas of Massachusetts has the blood, sweat, and tears of an Irishman embedded into its foundation... We celebrate it to honor our history.

And ignore part of my previous post... That is the Chicago River, though it looks very much like an area of Boston.
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Male 2,688
#1 - That dog is such a fkin LIGHTWEIGHT... And he wonders why we don`t bring him to the pub with us...

#4 - That would be Boston... True American home of the Irish...

Actually, I wouldn`t be shocked if just about all of these cane from Boston. We rock St Pats pretty hardcore here. It a week long party filled with drunkenness and debauchery, and if you say you remember it, you weren`t really there.
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Male 25,416
green haired man is awesome
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Female 1,324
everyone is Irish today.

though I prefer the "Kiss me, I`m Irish-ish shirt", much more truthful >> lol
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Male 770
#8 way to keep classy ol chap.

@TR-Wolf: We just needed another excuse to drink ourselves stupid.
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Male 577
We celebrate St. Patrick`s day, because we like green beer.

As for people that claim it`s because of their Irish heritage, I don`t know. I am, in descending order of percentage, English, Native American, German, Polish, Russian, French and Scottish. Which means, that I am none of those things. I`m an American. I also like drinking holidays.

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Male 2,121
There`s a theme here but I can`t work out what...
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Male 32
T-R Wolf: It`s just a reason for people to get drunk and celebrate. Although most of the people who get wild about it get drunk every weekend anyway, Saint Patty`s day along with Cinco De Mayo and a few other minor holidays is an opportunity for people to get even more drunk than usual.
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Female 8,056
Irish heritage-------- oh lord-------yeah right.
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Male 1,557
Why are the Americans so insane about St Patrick`s? Even the Irish don`t celebrate it that much. Here in the UK it might spawn some special nights in pubs or whatever, but its nowhere near the scale it gets to in the US.
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Male 120
The Chicago river is usually green anyways, they really don`t have to dye it
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Female 171
DracObi Or in other words "Americans who think they`re Irish" as they`re known here. The woman in davymids story is the perfect example of this.
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Female 182
Ah come on everyone it doesn`t matter where you are from just enjoy getting wasted for the day!!! Happy paddys day from the emerald isle
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Male 7,834
St. Patricks day is not celebrated as highly in Ireland at all. every year many Irish come to the states to celebrate, because this is where the St. Patty`s day parties are. Also, when your Irish, you usually drink for free today.
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Male 430
Who cares about St. Patrick`s Day?
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Male 39,935

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Male 289
@Madduck.
Are you drating Kidding me? more than half of Americans are of Irish Heritage.
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Male 12,138
Yeah, I`m gonna guess that not one of these pics is in Ireland.

My Bookface feed is full of Americans and Canadians posting pics of leprechauns, shamrocks, and pints of green beer. Not one single Irish friend from back home has posted anything. Because they`re all in the pub, where they should be.

Heck, I met an American lady last week who`s desperately Irish (even though she`s 5th-generation American). She was telling me how she loved Ireland so much that she named the love of her life, her golden retriever, after the heroine in the Irish mythology story or Tír na nóg. The heroine`s name is Niamh. She went and called the f*cking dog Niamh, pronounced "Ni-am".

I didn`t have the heart to tell her it`s pronounced "Neeve".

/headdesk
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Male 513
@madduck

The same reason we celebrate Cinco De Mayo: it`s an excuse to party! Plus there are plenty of people in the U.S. who are Irish decent.
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Female 515
@madduck; it`s an excuse to get wasted.
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Female 60
I still enjoy St. Patrick`s day with my hubby. He loooves it because he`s Irish, and I`m eh about it because I`m a witch. But I shut the hell up about it, there`s only so many days a year you have an excuse to party right?
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Female 8,056
You mean that water is actually green? why do you celebrate St Patricks day in the states anyway- you`re not Irish?
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Male 14,331

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Male 423
Kiss me I`m poo-faced
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Male 7,834
today sucks, i have to work tonight, so i cant drink today.
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Male 724
@DixxyRarr - Shaddap and have a pint, will ya?
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Female 2,674
I hate that they dye the CHI river green. Pisses me off every year. It`s wasteful and destructive (yes, they use some organic vegetable dye blah blah, don`t give me that sh*t). Chicago is broke, corrupt and has the worst water quality of any large city in the US. It makes me ashamed to live here.
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Male 1,312
If you don`t know the meaning of St. Patricks day, just google it. It`s amazing how many people I tell the meaning to each year but alas, it`s still a good excuse to take off work and get sloshed. Slainte!
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Male 101
@enolamron and @JDplaysFF
fair enough. i live in england, so much closer to ireland than america and yet i only saw one pub decorated in green today, so that`s why i was wondering.
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Male 197
@AaronianKen - It`s for the same reason Cinco de Mayo is popular in the US...

Another excuse to get shwastered!
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Male 625
Aaronianken - As an american, I have absolutely no idea. Maybe it`s because its a day drunken idiots can be drunken idiots with a little less guilt?

I can at least tell you it has absolutely nothing to do with what the holiday actually is.
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Male 2,220
Tonight I`ll be raising a glass to the patron saint of alkies with this..



A damn fine whisky.
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Female 1,427
If they just poured food coloring in, the worst that could happen is a bunch of green fish.
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Female 74
USF? That`s not Irish... Their colors are just green and gold.
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Male 197
Oh yeah, @fungsho...that too...
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Male 197
@AaronianKen - It`s for the same reason Cinco de Mayo is popular in the US...

Another excuse to get shwastered!
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Male 20
@aronianken reference the mid to late 1800`s immigration records. they will show an overwhelming Irish majority, and it was mostly Irish that built most major cities during the industrial revolution.
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Male 721
aint #9 Nick Frost?

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Male 409
The green river is Chicago, they do this every year.
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Male 101
out of interest, can anyone explain to me why st patrick`s day is so popular in the US?
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Male 452
stormtroopers fit every occasion.
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Female 9,572
Chicago River ftw. And Aww, drunk puppy.
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Male 586
I hate how they dye the river. but then again nothing is alive in that river, it`s been polluted for eons.
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Male 724
Nothing wrong with #4. Doesn`t one country turn their river green annually to celebrate St. Patrick`s day?
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Male 39,935

#09 - French chick is funny with that hat on
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Male 6,693
Can you say hangover ?
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Female 11
SCOTTISH-IRISH PRIDE!!!! LET`S GO GET BEER!!! XD
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Male 177
@ alfietoon. You spelled their wrong, idiot. Twice.
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Male 6
#8 FTW
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Male 881
@alfietoon, I had figured you could extrapolate the meaning of that many Irish immigrants, but you seem to be too dense. There are over 40 million descendants of those Irish immigrants here in America, but the population of Ireland is only 4.5 million. Sorry, it`s ours now. We will own Cinco de Mayo someday as well.

Yes, St. Patrick was and Englishman, but it was also the English that drove the Irish to America, so what`s your point?
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Male 1,164
Nottaspy you are either very stupid or a troll but, that would mean that there are more people of irish heritage in america than there is irish people in Ireland, because its very unlikely that all the people who moved over in the 1820s to 1920 will be alive today unless there irish whiskey fueled blood is keping them alive so no st paddys day doesnt belong to America it doesnt belong to Ireland either its a celebration of the irish saint St Patrick who btw was an Englishman, you do just use it as an excuse to get drunk and celebrate Irish pride, it belongs to nobody but if it belonged to anybody it would belong to the Irish as it is there Saint
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Male 1,351
#8 for the absolute win!
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Female 635
hahahaha my teacher took the day off yesterday

this morning i asked he if she had fun last night and she said that she a has a migraine and if she doesn`t get to drink her chai latte while watching our friend take off his pants then she`ll kill my pokemon game

gotta love her
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Male 649
"Because Americans see it as an excuse to get drunk, and we love that. We don`t even know what it`s really about."

@Jasonbobdude: I`m from New Orleans, we don`t need excuses to get drunk, its a way of life here lol
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Male 881
"Sod off st Patrick`s day and most of the Americans that celebrate it. If you weren`t born in Ireland why celebrate it."

You do realize that more Irish immigrated to the U.S. between 1820 and 1920 than currently live in Ireland? That means there are more Irish in America than there are in Ireland. Looks like St. Patrick`s Day is ours now. Besides, look at our politicians, we have plenty of snakes to keep Patty busy.
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Female 474
that`s def a sink not a urinal and that`s a very ugly girl ass
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Male 277
@wateva_x If people aren`t Christian, why do they celebrate Chrristmas or Easter?
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Female 691
"Because Americans see it as an excuse to get drunk, and we love that. We don`t even know what it`s really about."

Excuses are for pussies. Just get slammed.
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Male 1,598
"Sod off st Patrick`s day and most of the Americans that celebrate it. If you weren`t born in Ireland why celebrate it."

Because Americans see it as an excuse to get drunk, and we love that. We don`t even know what it`s really about.
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Male 1,629
i love how everyone sidestepped the explanation/rant :P
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Female 691
Sod off st Patrick`s day and most of the Americans that celebrate it. If you weren`t born in Ireland why celebrate it.
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Male 690
Erin go Bragh!
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Male 881
@h0ax_d3m0n, brilliant deduction. Do you find many urinals to be waist high? Or do you believe that person to be 3 feet tall? Do you also wear REALLY tight underwear? I doubt that any man, who hasn`t suffered a traumatic groin injury, could last 5 seconds in that underwear. It`s a woman, case closed.
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Female 570
wow americans really take st patrcs day seriously. why are the cups shaped like that?
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Female 21
YAAAYYYYY CHICAGO RIVER! i live there i see it every year! love it! they use biodegradable dye now so it doesnt hurt the animals and plants.
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Male 734
Yes, the green river is for real. They`ve been dying the Chicago River on St. Patrick`s Day like this for almost 50 years now.
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Male 2,510
let me solve number 10 for you people who can`t tell the difference between a man and a women. He`s pissing in a urinal, case closed.
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Male 41
color of the day: green. i want to know if that green river is for real..
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Male 13,630
10 I say is a guy, looking at lack of hips
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Male 5,626
#10 What man wears that belt? That is a chick that drinks too much but needs to eat a steak.
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Male 13,630
TR-Wolf - Blame the government, you wave a english flag here, your racist, damn sad times
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Male 1,557
I wonder why people dont celebrate St George`s day... you know, the England day... plenty of English beers to get drunk on ;)
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Male 34
Yep, #10 definitely a guy.
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Female 32
#10 is totally a guy
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Male 1,081
#10 looks like a man ass. (mass?)
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Male 192
im way down with number 10! flippin hot she is well her ass at least.
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Male 535
Happy St Pattys everyone, even though I`m an American with French and Spanish blood.

Any holiday that is about drinking is good for me. I`ll see you all on the fifth of may as well :)
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Male 15,832
What`s Irish and stays out all night?


Patty O`Furniture. :-D
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Male 47
The last one is either a guy or an unlucky girl.
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Female 56
@ JJanadu

aw don`t deny it!;)...lol
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Male 485
lol "pinch me im irish"
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Male 3,310
Yeah, #2, when you are at a party where it doesn`t matter how wet, dirty, ruffled or unkempt you become, you are doing it right.
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Male 2,748
oh, i`ll pinch you :D
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Male 378
what a BOSS gramps
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Male 516
"world wide national holiday"

Wait... what?
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Male 721
"These aren`t leprechauns we`re looking for"
Phahaha.. wow... star wars... That was a good one Cajun247
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Male 806
wow this was really a crap-diddly-ap list. nothing semi-nsfw. happy drinking day
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Male 36
#4: They didn`t have to dye anything, the Chicago river always looks like that!
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Male 27
@TR-Wolf
It`s the Chicago river, it has been died green annually for over 40 years now. Boats go out and spread the dye early in the morning.
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Female 56
a tiny island and we inspire a world wide national holiday...we rock!lol!
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Male 10,855
Oh no it`s the Irish stormtroopers!


"These aren`t leprechauns we`re looking for"
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Male 181
I`m sure it`s been said already, but what are the odds that 10 random pix off the hard drive would all be St. Patrick`s Day themed the day before St. Patrick`s Day?

Someone should play the lottery tonight...
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Male 500
But is Ireland really magically delicious?
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Male 19
#9: If Edward Cullen had been a leprechaun
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Male 3,755
I`m part Irish, as well.
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Male 500
"Saskuel @ Steve17

I`m part Irish, a lot of people are, might be a reason why... Think of that?"

My grandparents were Irish, I`m English, thank f*ck. My nasal hair is more Irish than you can ever hope to be, but I`m definately English.
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Male 3,755
"Why do the Americans go so nuts for St Patrick`s Day?"

It`s a way for Irish-Americans to display their pride, and because drinking`s involved, we all participate. I don`t think they have Puerto Rican Pride Day in Puerto Rico like they do here.
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Male 651
As an Irishman, I`m happy enough with the "loud, foul mouthed drunk" stereotype, as long as you also remember that the Irish pretty much saved western civilisation. We may be drunkards, but we`re cultured drunkards.
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Male 98
Ah what a day for us Irish. I love Paddy`s day! ;-)
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Male 566
steve17, We celebrate simply because we can. "No Snakes in Ireland? Well I believe that calls for a drink, woohoo!" And tho we`ve not been born there, we`ve heard nice things about Ireland and have always wanted to go there.
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Male 1,557
How did they dye the river green? That`s not a good look.

Why do the Americans go so nuts for St Patrick`s Day? I`m in the UK, and even we don`t quite so go crazy for it... I dont think the Irish do either!
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Male 418
i was trying to be funny about the storm troopers guys, jeez. i apologize for the insult on the irish loud mouth thing. i am irish catholic ya know
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Male 601
steve17, Americans celebrate the holiday because a pooload of Irish came to the US during the potato famine in the 1800s. Some of the Irish culture mixed in over the decades.
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Male 1,256
Ah, the good ol` Chicago River. I love this town.
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Male 14,331
@Steve17
Never been to Boston have ya. I have a friend whos parents are straight from Ireland and this family has been there many times.
@fknloser
You just tried to swear in your post and your profile says drinking twice WTF are you talking about.
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Male 17,511
Not so "Random" there Fancy. Hehehe
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Male 392
#9... USF fans whoop whoop!
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Male 122
the dude with the green beard is my hero, im going to do that when i get older and hairier
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Female 1
It`s a great day to be Irish! £1 Guinness here I come...
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Male 12,138
Sometimes it`s good to be Irish. I`m taking the day off work tomorrow. Pub opens at 9am, I intend to be firmly ensconced by 9:30. Let the good times roll.

@steve17, here, have a Guinness and chill the f*ck out.

@fknloser, we most certainly are not a bunch of loud, foul-mouthed drunks. We`re often quiet and polite.

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Male 36
St patrick was born in GBR and escaped back here before deciding to go back and spread the word of god to the savages
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Male 25,416
Irish stormtroopers! awesome!
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Female 343
Haha i LOVE the guy with the green-dyed hair, `stache and beard. xD
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Female 37
lol @ saskuel

"Also, this is the one time of year the hulk fits in."
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Male 1,629
americans celebrate "patricks day" because it is NOT an irish holiday it is a christian one. personally i refuse to, it should be a day or mourning... patrick was an evil man who did horrible things in ireland all in the name of the church. celebrating this holiday is like celebrating the roman colosseum for the fact that christians were eaten by lions or celebrating the holocaust because jews died... although most dont know why they celebrate "patricks day" they are convinced it is an irish holiday or even a good holiday at that...
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steve17
Male, 13-17, Europe
68 Posts Tuesday, March 16, 2010 11:59:35 AM
why the hell do American`s celebrate saint Patricks day? none of them were born in or have ever visited Ireland


Read a damn history book.

plus we turned it into a day for college kids to get drunk legally at 7am in a bar.
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Female 37
@ steve17

because we american`s like any day where it is socially acceptable be arsefaced at 9 o`clock in the morning.

CAN`T WAIT!!!
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Female 2,352
Everyone is Irish on St. Paddy`s day. Just have a drink and go with it. .
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Female 2,352
Awww #1! And #5 is an oddly specific group. :3
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Male 343
@ Steve17

I`m part Irish, a lot of people are, might be a reason why... Think of that?

Also, this the one time of year the hulk fits in.

Also again, don`t question fancy`s pics... you either don`t really want the answer, or need to learn to laugh and accept that there are some things that don`t need to be questioned.
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Male 4,680
"why the hell do American`s celebrate saint Patricks day? none of them were born in or have ever visited Ireland "
You are wrong.

That is a fact, not an opinion.
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Female 15,763
Who knew there were so many Chicagoans on I-A-B?

Whooooooo. :D
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Female 682
happy saint patricks day! :D
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Male 964
@fknloser and steve17

Don`t bitch,don`t complain, just get drunk and get laid!
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Male 450
*spoiler alert*
the river is always green we just play it off like its for st.paddys
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Male 155
why the hell do American`s celebrate saint Patricks day? none of them were born in or have ever visited Ireland
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Male 586
"#4 CHI-TOWNE BIOTCH" ! WOOO!
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Male 418
why the hell are storm troopers celebrating f-ing st. patty`s day ?? they are frikin clones from like 300 galaxys away ! did they just happen to swing by earth and land on Ireland? wtf? that was their first mistake! hah! Ireland! Now they are gonna think us earthlings are just a bunch of loud, foul-mouthed drunks !! :/
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Male 1,485
you gotta love the irish!!
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Male 7,834
arent you a day early fancy?
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Female 15,763
"#4 CHI-TOWNE BIOTCH"

And dontcha just love her. :D
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Male 120
#4 CHI-TOWNE BIOTCH
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Female 961
hmm guinness...sounds so good right now
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Male 964
First post i can fully enjoy in a long time!
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Male 2,056
alright, so we got the Catholics, now where are the Protestants
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Female 4,039
Yay! St. Patrick`s is the best holiday! Those were awesome!
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Female 15,763
I that an Irish Wolfhound? God I love them so much. They`re like 3 times bigger than me and I want one soooooo baaaad.
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Male 4,807
Davy`s favorite day of the year, no doubt!
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Male 40
from Ireland, Happy Paddys day all
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Male 20,917
Link: 10 More Random Semi-NSFW Pics Off Fancy`s C: Drive [Rate Link] - It`s the drunken Irish Saint Patrick`s Day stereotype edition! [A St. Paddy`s Day Classic Post from last year.]
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