Anyone Celebrating ST Patricks Day??

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    soda bread and beer??
     
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    I'm not Irish but once a year!!!
    :beer:
    (I'm actually Hungarian, Scottish, and Native American)
     
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    I celebrate this, however they don't know how to do it like the Germans who have a whole week celebration in which you get drunk. Oktoberfest is a magic time.
     
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    YOU GOT THAT RIGHT BROTHA.....

    I celebrate any drinking holliday
     
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    Yes... minus the soda and bread! :beer:
     
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    Just lotsa beer huh!!
     
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    Well St. Patrick's Day is celebrated here. Both sides of grandparents were Irish immigrants. Corned Beef and Cabbage, soda bread, but no beer! Probably do Friday, as Thursday I have class. :boohoo:
     
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    The bar I go to has an authentic Irish band from Ireland. Im only a little Irish, but this band is amazing!!
     
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    i'm american first and foremost but i do have irish, native american, and swedish bloodlines...i'm proud to say no french!

    because i am part irish AND native american, i get both ends of the drinking jokes at work.

    :alco: :cheers2:
     
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    You think you got it bad....
    Scotts, and Native Americans are known for being drunks.
    For Hungarians, hollidays are another excuse to drink, and to top it all
    off, I'm from a small town in Oklahoma and all there was to do is drink....
    I used to believe my DNA was constructed to be immune to alcohol.
     

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