Friday, 17 March 2017

Happy St. Patrick's Day!


Sure, an' tis a grand day for to be gettin' drunk and havin' that tattoo done what ye've always been hankerin' for. Ye know that St. Pat hisself would approve, now. Faith, an' ye should have seen what HE had tattooed on his arse, the old divil what was. Go now -- the Guinness awaits ye.


[Reposted from 2010. So sue me, I was busy this week and didn't have time to write anything new. I figured a Blast From The Past would suffice!]

[Also, just to be clear, I can use Irish stereotypes because I have Irish heritage myself *hic* so feck off!]

34 comments:

Lynn said...

Ha! I thought I was all Scottish and English until my DNA test came back and showed a little Irish, too. Happy St. Patty's Day, Debra!

anne marie in philly said...

no irish here (czech, austrian, british), but you have a nice holiday!

Miss Val's Creations said...

Happy St Patty's Day! Being 75% Irish I get away with those stereotypes too. When I am being difficult, it gets blamed on my Irish stubbornness.

Mark said...

Happy St Patrick's Day. Don't forget to put something green on today and wake up tomorrow.

DEZMOND said...

The Irish people really hate it when people get drunk on St Patricks!

Snap said...

Yee-Haw! Happy St.Patrick's Day!

Melancholy and Menace said...

Happy St Patrick's Day ♥

Leeanna Henderson said...

I want to get a tattoo of St. Patrick's Face on my ass so I can sit on his face everyday. BWAAAHAHAHAAAHAHAAAA! Gawd I'm so terrible.

Toni said...

My father's father was full Irish. In his honor (rogue that he was) I am making 'feck off' my phrase of the day. At least until the corned beef is ready.

Going to pass on the Guiness and go right for a six-pack of 805! (To honor the other 75% of my heritage!)

Linda Wildenstein said...

Happy St. Paddy's to you as well. Servin' my Irish grandmother's recipe for Chicken and Dumplings, by way of the South, don't ya know.

e said...

Happy Irish American Day! Applies to all of North America, btw.

mistress maddie said...

Top O the Morn' Debs.......and have my share of the greenin beer!!! Tonight ill make a corned beef and cabbage dinner, even though that's not technically Irish

MrsDuncanMahogany said...

Top o'the mornin to ya! I myself have only Scottish heritage but I did marry an Irishman so by default I am an honorary Irish person today. :) I am listening to the Champion Christy Moore today and planning on a big Irish feast tonight. :) *hic*

Susan said...

Oooooo, nice tattoo! I have nary an Irish gene in me, but fake it on St. Patty's Day. Being mostly of British/Welsh/Scottish/French stock may make that sacrilegious, however.... More reason to do it!

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

That's right, Debra. If you have Irish heritage, you are free to do this. Happy St. Patty's Day.

Sylvie D said...

Happy St-Patrick's Day. I am Irish by association. My husband is Irish and my son is part Irish, French Canadian, and part Brit LOL!

brewella deville said...

Irish by association as well, and on St. Patrick's Day we'll celebrate by eating corned beef Reubens and not talking about our feelings.

Vanessa Morgan said...

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

JACKIESUE said...

St. Patrick can kiss my pagan ass.

The Captain said...

My wife is part Irish but I'm a Viking!

Janie Junebug said...

It is (was) my dad's birthday. His nickname was . . . wait for it . . . Pat! The tallest, darkest-skinned Pat ever, and not one bit Irish.

Love,
Janie

Rain said...

Happy St-Patty's to you too :) I have a zest of Irish in my Scottish-Canadian blood :)). We'll be having some lovely Irish Coffees later. No more tattoos for me though, I got a few done in my salad days and my pain threshold has disappeared!! Enjoy your day!

bill lisleman said...

This was very nice compared to the pictures of drunken people in green. Happy St. Patrick's Day

Fundy Blue said...

You'll get no lawsuit from me, Debra! We all do what we have to do to get by. Love the Celtic tattoo. "Top of the morning'" to ye!

Marie Smith said...

Hope you have a great Paddy's Day, Debra.

klahanie said...

Hey Debra,

What's the craic, eh? Hope you had a good St. Patrick's Day. Time to go listen to the Irish Rovers, methinks.

Gary

Magic Love Crow said...

Happy St. Patrick's Day Debra!!!

Adam said...

Being genetically half (or 52 percent to be exact) Irish, I decided to relive Irish history by having half of me beat up the other half.

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Happiest St. Patrick's Day - new or old - love the post.

LL Cool Joe said...

I hope you had a fun day!! I had a fun night dj-ing.

Missy George said...

Yer alys good fer a laugh!! A blast from the past is always welcome..Who remembers?? Alto some of your stuff is pretty memorable!!

Jim said...

You Irish are all alike!!....from a fella whose Hebrew male ancestors landed in what is now Ireland, married the local women, eventually added a Mac to their last name of Isaac....pesto! MacIsaac Irish!! Go figure!

Magaly Guerrero said...

Hope your holiday was yummy. Now, I shall look around my friends' profiles to see if anyone got a tattoo on her forehead.

Guillaume said...

Belated happy St Paddy's Day! The Irish don't mind if you joke about them: they are cool like this.