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#216 - popesoybean
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#141 - capnwetnipples
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stay classy ireland
#129 - ofmiceandmen
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St. Patrick's Day has evolved from celebrating Irish heritage, to being a day where people just go out and get drunk. That's what I did. I went out with my girlfriend and a few friends to a local bar and drank green beer and guiness all night. Never did I, nor anyone else claim to be Irish though. I don't think anyone actually does that.
#123 - royrogersmcfreely ONLINE
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**royrogersmcfreely rolled a random image posted in comment #1144094 at Friendly ** what i did for patrick`s day
#107 - tomnash
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This has always got me, why do people feel the need to cling on to anything like this? My parents are originally from Sweden, I'm English, this is because I am and English citizen and was born and bread in England, I have never once refereed to myself as Swedish. Why does this irish american **** even exist? Why does everybody have to have different titles and labels..
#110 to #107 - tomnash
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Born and bread, soz for bad grammer
#121 to #110 - JHDog
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you don't know, he could be born and bread
#23 - drtennant
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As an Irish american, i'm not proud of anything. Pride comes before the fall, and second, who are you to judge anybody about what they do? The Irish americans left Ireland because your entire country was starving from a potato famine, or was so under a british thumb they couldn't make a living. You just made yourself sound like a retarded british lapdog. Good job.
#25 to #23 - drtennant
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Oh and before you say "heerrr derr you posted a british TV show stupid american" The 10th incarnation of the doctor was actually Scottish, and they had enough ******* balls to fight for their freedom and win it, just like every Irish American did everything in their power to obtain theirs.
#56 to #25 - anon
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**** me you're retarded.

Do you even understand the Concept of 'Britain'?

I guess not judging by your ******* spastic comment. Britain is England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the rest of the Commonwealth, understand what you're gonna talk about before you do.

Also, Scotland isn't going to last long by itself, think what you like, you're American, I'm English, I've a funny feeling I know a little bit more about current affairs here than you do.
#65 to #56 - hellfiazz
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What you defined as Britain is actually the UK. Britain in the general sense is the main island of the British Isles, the one that encompasses England, Scotland and Wales.
#87 to #65 - drtennant
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and none of these ******* retards have any idea of their own history. I love it. Thats enough funnyjunk for me today.
and none of these ******* retards have any idea of their own history. I love it. Thats enough funnyjunk for me today.
#120 to #87 - drtennant
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*cough* wiki.answers.com/ Q/Whydidthe Irishcome_ toAmerica

*wheeze* http:// You need to login to view this link of
Scotland
#89 to #56 - drtennant
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Actually I understand the concept of the United Kingdom, Scotland joined it willingly, Ireland did not, but grew dependent over time.
#69 to #25 - peggscott
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I'm Scottish... we don't have freedom... and a lot of us don't want it
#276 - missorangejews
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I like St. Paddys day in the US. Gives us another reason to party.
#275 - elSpadgeo
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I KNOW THE 3 PEOPLE ONTHE LEFT!!!!! funnily enough they'rebrewers from the west kerry brewery. google that ****. lol
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#218 - dovahnon
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The guy above the word Ireland in the second picture looks like the world's most interesting man
#217 - Heaney
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He's not saying only Ireland can celebrate it, he is saying other countries celebrate it it better than we do. Clearly he hasn't been to Ireland for st paddy's day.
#211 - ragingheterosexual
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Or most of them just use it at as an excuse to go drink in public and act a fool...
#173 - drumtastic
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Spent all day yesterday listening to Dropkick Murphys. My St. Patty's day was pretty successful.
#169 - anon
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"Silly Americans thinking that because their family came from Ireland that they are Irish..."


Yeah, that actually kind of makes them Irish.
#162 - freepaint
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I admire the Irish and their love of drink.
#160 - bananassasin
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I'm half irish, so I feel obligated to comment on this post :)
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#115 - milthyfoustache
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I can't comment because a lot of English people celebrate it whether they are of Irish decent or not. It's because we like to use anything as an excuse to get drunk. Best thing about it is the Irish hate us.
#80 - anon
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that's because we always look for something to celebrate. and it gives us a reason to drink a *******.
#100 to #80 - caplocker
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man, holidays are when all the amateurs come out to drink and the pros stay home.
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