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Happy St. Patrick's Day

Postby jamesbond » March 17th, 2017, 2:53 pm

Happy St. Patrick's day everyone! :D


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Re: Happy St. Patrick's Day

Postby yick » March 17th, 2017, 3:01 pm

If you're not

Irish
Catholic
or preferably both...

The you're a bit of a twat for celebrating this...

Did you celebrate St Davids Day two weeks ago? Or St Georges Day next month? Or how about St Andrews day in Novermber.

With the amount of god botherers who fester in America, I am surprised they don't have a patron saint to get drunk on shitty beer whilst stuffing their gob on nachos... :roll:
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Re: Happy St. Patrick's Day

Postby MrMan » March 17th, 2017, 3:48 pm

St. Patrick was known for being a miracle-working evangelist. It's a shame the day of his death is used as an excuse to party and to get drunk on green beer.
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Re: Happy St. Patrick's Day

Postby Adama » March 17th, 2017, 4:06 pm

I'm not Irish or Catholic but I will be going to the parade today. ;-) No alcohol for me though. Just going to people watch.
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Re: Happy St. Patrick's Day

Postby Kradmelder » March 17th, 2017, 4:17 pm

MrMan wrote:St. Patrick was known for being a miracle-working evangelist. It's a shame the day of his death is used as an excuse to party and to get drunk on green beer.

Well Christmas is the day to remember and celebrate the birth of Christ and it has been turned into jewish coca cola father christmas and mass consumerism, victim of Jewish marketing.

St Nicholas of European tradition never wore a coca cola costume.

Just be grateful st Patrick's day hasn't been turned into a day to remember oppression of certain groups and you being flooded with hollow hoax propaganda and the reason for Israel.
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Re: Happy St. Patrick's Day

Postby Adama » March 17th, 2017, 10:33 pm

Huge parade. And you normally can't walk in the city, but this time it was ridiculous. I spoke to four women. They were pleasant while having short conversation with me, but they weren't interested in getting to know me. That's okay. I know better than to pick my own women. I took a photo of a couple of them, as they asked me to (not going to post it here seeing as how people are). Most of the women I saw weren't all that attractive. Literally thousands of women walking around, but not more than a handful that excited me.
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Re: Happy St. Patrick's Day

Postby Adama » March 17th, 2017, 10:46 pm

yick wrote:If you're not

Irish
Catholic
or preferably both...

The you're a bit of a twat for celebrating this...

Did you celebrate St Davids Day two weeks ago? Or St Georges Day next month? Or how about St Andrews day in Novermber.

..., I am surprised they don't have a patron saint to get drunk on shitty beer whilst stuffing their gob on nachos... :roll:


Dude, take it easy. It is not that serious.
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