|Quoting Cptkrell (Reply 12):|
BTW, I hear there were no snakes in Ireland, green is not a particularly favorite color in Ireland, and St. Patrick's name was even Patrick. ny truth to that? Regards...Jack
|Quoting AA61Hvy (Reply 9):|
Everyone is Irish on St. Patty's, but not everyone is Irish the rest of the year. DAMN PROUD TO BE IRISH.
|Quoting Banco (Reply 16):|
Says the English/French/South African.
|Quoting Gkirk (Reply 4):|
I shall (...) find as many Irish fools as I can and beat the crap out of them
|Quoting Pe@rson (Reply 20):|
I am staying in with my slippers and co-co.
|Quoting JGPH1A (Reply 21):|
no "a whole pint of shandy" binge-drinking sesh with your mates Bazza and Ade ?
|Quoting Pe@rson (Reply 26):|
This shade of green? ---> Funnily enough, that is the same shade of green and the same expression that JPG has when he sees a naked woman. After all, it's so rare nowadays...
|Quoting JGPH1A (Reply 28):|
Shame, the poor blighted puritanical Brits. I live in the South of France - in summer, the beach 100m from my house is wall to wall topless women (and round-eyed lobster-red peeling English yoof with they eyeballs on stalks). Even the shampoo ads on TV here have naked women - it's almost surprising to see a woman without her bizooms out between June and September.
|Quoting JGPH1A (Reply 25):|
It has to be green beer - otherwise it doesn't count.