Happy St. Patrick`s Day, I-A-B: Bottom`s Up! [Pic]

Submitted by: littlemissqt 6 years ago in

Ah, so many stereotypes.
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Male 1,164
Pfft, I know I don`t have Irish in me. I have SCOTTISH. Way better.
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Female 1,743
@IrockYeah

My ancestors were French, but don`t tell anybody.
I don`t want people to think I`m a weeny.
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Male 2,553
>Kawawakaba
Welsh, no?
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Male 6,694
Nice.
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Male 1,678
@SarahofBorg Either that or they`re so ashamed of being American that they want to be another nationality. You wouldn`t get an Irishman claiming to be a Yank on thanksgiving day, just saying.
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Male 14,332
@supersassyk8 & Llowbear

I think she`s talking about the potato famine in the mid eighteenhundreds that caused a massive migration thereby making alot of people in the US now have some Irish heritage. Not saying currently starving & miserable.
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Male 33
@SarahofBorg: I dont think Ireland a "miserable nation", im from Ireland and we are getting on fine here. Obviously you have never been here so stop reading literature from the 1900`s and keep up with the world
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Male 1,360
I`m thirsty now, I`m a french guinness lover.
But Belgium beers are the best.
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Female 403
"poor starving miserable nation"? SarahofBorg take a long walk off a short cliff you idiot. Ireland might be a little bit short on money but it is not "starving" ir "miserable".
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Male 77
You don`t need to be from Ireland to love Guinness, just sayin`.
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Female 3,562
IRock, there are more Americans descended from Irish people than there are people in Ireland itself. They all got the hell out of that poor starving miserable nation, they all came here and one day out of the year they glorify the one thing that you come to depend on when you live someplace crappy: lots and lots of beer.
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Male 515
how fitting.
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Male 2,619
Its hilarious how every american is convinced they have irish blood
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Male 25,416
nice
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Male 1,610
[quote]I`m from Ireland and moved to Canada a year ago. I saw a poster at work for St Patricks Day that had a pic of a drunken leprechaun saying "Top o` da marnin` to yaw!". I told some Canadian colleagues that I was highly offended, as it was gross stereotyping if not blatant racism. I told them it was like, during Black History Month, having a special in the cafeteria on fried chicken and watermelon. They all went very quiet.

Maybe tomorrow I`ll tell them I was joking.[/quote]

Maybe you could take them out for a drink after work and wait for their reactions when you order a round of Irish Car Bombs.
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Male 440
Beannachtaí na féile! Happy St. Paddy`s Day! Connemara rules!!!!
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Male 147
bottoms up is a good song
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Female 4,039
There once was a man named O`Doole
Who found strange red spots on his tool
His doctor, McBright
Said, get out o` me sight
And wipe off that lipstick, you fool!
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Female 49
acutally you should be in dublin right now...CLASS..honestly...being iriah is amzing... drat ALL OF YOU WHO ARN`T... paddy;s day is only a small sample of the glorious life we live here hahahhahaaa... i actually dated the desented of arther guiness now i am with a directr he is way better i speakirish too so LÁ SHONA PADRAIG DUIBH AGUS MÁ TÁ SIBH ABAILTÁ É AEABH TÁIM AG PLICOGACH.... sorry about the spelling.. iam totally ratfaced
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Female 49
I am irish it is paddys day and i am as drunk as drat getting fcked
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Male 12,138
[quote]@davymid

Im just curious, my girlfriend lived in Ireland for about a year, and she said that they didn`t even celebrate St.Patty`s day and when she went to celebrate they didn`t even really kno what it was.
Im just curious if that was true or not, thanks[/quote]
No, that`s not true. St Patrick`s Day is a national holiday so almost everyone`s off work and generally head to the pub for a bit of "craic". And I`ve never met in Ireland anyone who doesn`t know who St Paddy is/was. But it`s certainly not the big carnival atmosphere of parades, green beer and oversized leprechaun hats that you get in the US and Canada.
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Female 1,148
Hooray for being German.
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Male 69
@davymid

Im just curious, my girlfriend lived in Ireland for about a year, and she said that they didn`t even celebrate St.Patty`s day and when she went to celebrate they didn`t even really kno what it was.
Im just curious if that was true or not, thanks
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Male 474
Sweet! It`s a truck of gold (aka, black, delicious, thick brew)
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Female 182
If a leprechaun is driving the truck, it will take some effort to trying to get it off of the greedy bastard
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Male 426
THIS IS AWESOME!!!!!
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Male 12,138
I`m from Ireland and moved to Canada a year ago. I saw a poster at work for St Patricks Day that had a pic of a drunken leprechaun saying "Top o` da marnin` to yaw!". I told some Canadian colleagues that I was highly offended, as it was gross stereotyping if not blatant racism. I told them it was like, during Black History Month, having a special in the cafeteria on fried chicken and watermelon. They all went very quiet.

Maybe tomorrow I`ll tell them I was joking.
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Male 2,159
I KNEW IT!!
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Male 423
Hey lad how `bout a nice warm lager?
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Female 2,027
what a good photo!!
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Male 1,287
Beats the hell out of the dyed green piss some American idiots drink today.
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Male 1,610
i loled
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Female 8,044
follow that truck!
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Female 1,435
awesome
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Male 842
BRILLIANT!
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Female 1,338
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