HAAPPY SAAINT PAATRICK’S DAAY!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! MARCH 17th is always St. Patrick’s Day!
“Wherever you go and whatever you do,
May the luck of the Irish be there with you.”
“Here’s to being single… Drinking doubles… And seeing triple!”
A Toast to Absent Friends!
First, a very important message for all my Friends:
PLEASE DRINK RESPONSIBLY!
GET HOME ALIVE, DO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE!
“KNOW WHEN TO SAY WHEN!”
“FRIENDS DON’T LET FRIENDS DRIVE DRUNK!”
“May the rocks in your field turn to gold.”
Saint Patrick’s Day is a cultural and religious holiday celebration held on March 17, the traditional death date of Saint Patrick (385–461), the patron saint of Ireland.
“May the sun shine warm upon your face and the rains fall soft upon your fields.”
Saint Patrick’s Day was made an official Christian feast holy day in the early 17th century and is celebrated in more countries than any other national festival!
“May the leprechauns be near you,
To spread luck along your way.
And may all the Irish angels,
Smile upon your St. Patrick’s Day.”
“Here’s to a sweetheart, a bottle, and a friend.
The first beautiful, the second full, the last ever faithful.”
“To all the days here and after
May they be filled with fond memories, happiness, love and laughter.”
Historically, religious restrictions (due to Lent) on eating and drinking alcohol were lifted for Saint Patrick’s Day, which led the holiday’s tradition of alcohol consumption.
Holiday celebrations involve going to church, public parades & festivals, parties known as cèilidhs, consumption of alcohol, drinking green beer and/or Irish whiskey with friends, prominent displays and “the wearing of the green” and/or shamrocks (three and four leaf clovers).
“May you taste the sweetest pleasures that fortune ere bestowed,
and may all your friends remember all the favors you are owed.”
“May the hinges of our friendship never grow rusty.”
“Four blessings upon you…
Older whiskey, Younger women, Faster horses, More money”
“It is better to spend money like there’s no tomorrow
than to spend tonight like there’s no money!”
Saint Patrick’s Day has become an International Holiday with parades and celebrations around the world. They get drunk in Tokyo, Japan too!
St. Patrick’s Day in Tokyo, Japan
St. Patrick’s Day in Tokyo, Japan
“May your mornings bring joy
and your evenings bring peace…
May your troubles grow less
as your blessings increase!”
We like Single Malt Scotch Whisky.
“I have known many and liked not a few,
I’ve loved only one and this toast’s to you.”
“Best while you have use of your breath
There is no drinking after death!”
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“May the winds of fortune sail you, May you sail a gentle sea.
May it always be the other guy who says ‘this drink’s on me’.”
“A bird with one wing can’t fly.” (So have another drink!)
7am St. Patrick’s Day
7pm St. Patrick’s Day
Fighting Irish! Put Up!
Fighting Irish! Shut Up!
The Notre Dame Leprechaun is the official mascot of the Fighting Irish sports club at the University of Notre Dame since 1965. It was designed by artist Theodore W. Drake for $50 in 1964.
The Fighting Irish logo is a side view of The Leprechaun with his fists up, ready to fight. The live version is a student dressed in a cutaway green suit and Irish country hat. He carries a shillelagh (a wooden club), leads cheers, interacts with the crowd and supposedly brings magical powers and good luck to the team. (“RUDY! RUDY! RUDY!”)
“Who’s the WILDMAN now?”
“May the luck of the Irish
Lead to the happiest heights
And the highway you travel
Be lined with green lights.”
“May the Four Winds Blow Them Safely Home”
“Merry met, and merry part,
I drink to thee with all my heart.”