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    I completely forgot it was St Patricks day today! Then I noticed all the green outside.......my necklace has a bit of green in it, does that count?

    Happy St Patricks Day to you all!












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    I'm sure I read somewhere the other day that St Patrick's Day bearly gets a nod in Ireland. Whether that is true or not I have no idea!





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    Corned Beef and Cabbage with carrots, potatoes and onions in the crockpot. Will smell great when I get home. Also added a bottle of Guinness to the liquid. Have Harp to drink.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Claire, post: 197102
    I'm sure I read somewhere the other day that St Patrick's Day bearly gets a nod in Ireland. Whether that is true or not I have no idea!
    Really?!?! I would love to know if this is true

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    Well according to good old Wikipedia it is a feasting day in Ireland, a break during Lent where alcohol could be consumed!





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    HAPPY ST PATRICKS DAY !!!

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    Dublin has quite a party, with a parade, etc.

    Ireland is more religious, or was more religious and although it was allowed to feast (meaning eat meat) on St. Patrick's day during lent, it was still a more religion based holiday, whereas in the good old USA it's another reason for a party, eh? Like we need a reason!






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