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11:50 AM on 03/17/2012
i have failed every Saint Patrick's Day
11:29 AM on 03/17/2012
I was thinking, "This isn't actually funny. These people are just drunk and boring." But then I had a realization. Maybe later tonight I'll think it's hilarious, and everybody will be rolling their eyes at how drunk and boring I am.
tcny
Fixing a hole where the rain gets in...
10:24 AM on 03/17/2012
"St. Patrick's Day Fail" is redundant.

St. Patrick's Day IS a Fail.
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leo moon
04:14 PM on 03/17/2012
You mean, "failure"... Right?
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08:03 AM on 03/17/2012
Go to Mass, wear a shamrock and leave the Guiness alone.
11:48 PM on 03/17/2012
I have no interest in visiting Massachusetts...
Can you recommend somewhere "greener" for a pint?
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02:32 PM on 03/18/2012
You mean a pint of the hard stuff? You won't have to go as far as Massachusetts.
01:07 AM on 03/17/2012
We don't do St Pats down here. Still hungover from Mardigras.
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samuraifrog37
Chicago Uptown
12:07 AM on 03/17/2012
Everybody must get stoned....
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12:03 PM on 03/17/2012
Bob Dylan.

Guess how many people on here DIDN'T know that.....

My guess.... at least 75%...maybe more.
12:07 PM on 03/17/2012
I knew. :) Fanned both of you for referencing that.
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Trampas Graham
Vermont, USA
10:11 PM on 03/16/2012
Since they refuse to include all Irish people, I hope they fail bigtime.
tcny
Fixing a hole where the rain gets in...
10:24 AM on 03/17/2012
Drunken homophobes... what could possibly go wrong?
11:33 AM on 03/17/2012
Are they still doing that in NYC? (I didn't even get the reference until I saw tcny's comment.) I honestly thought it was a thing of the past.
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mrjohnny212
01:25 PM on 03/17/2012
They still have the parade but zero tolerance for public drinking. Much less trouble now.
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La Elle
I might be deaf but I'm not dumb
08:49 PM on 03/16/2012
I had to chuckle at the dude with the green top and orange bottoms. My Irish Grandmother would flip if she caught us wearing orange on St. Patrick's day. According to her, orange meant you were anti-Irish.
06:59 AM on 03/17/2012
the flag of the republic of ireland is green, white and orange known as a tri-colour .green for the gaelic tradition white for peace and orange for the williamite north of which i am proudly one, it was given to thomas meagher in 1848 but was not used until the 1916 rising, thankfully we are moving on a leaving the bigotry behind us ,today in belfast there will be a cross community parade as well there will be one in downpatrick ,if you celebrate the day enjoy it take care and dont drink to much ,if you dont like the taste of guinness and some cola ,it takes the bitterness off it ,,faugh a ballagh
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La Elle
I might be deaf but I'm not dumb
11:32 AM on 03/17/2012
Thanks for that bit of info! I always wondered why she said that about orange. I enjoyed reading that, even looked up the history. Gran passed in the 1950s, so I am ashamed to say I know very little about my heritage. Unfortunately I did not inherit the Irish love of fermented grains, so I'll just toast with Coca cola. Erin Go Bragh!
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Joe Cass
Uh...Do What?
11:06 AM on 03/17/2012
due to the butcher, William of Orange.
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ManuOB1
A voice crying in the wilderness
12:43 PM on 03/17/2012
Really? I thought the butcher was Shlomo Lipschutz of Williamsburg.
05:41 PM on 03/17/2012
I doubt it. It is probably more personal and to do with how the Orange Lodge controlled who got which job, discriminating against the Catholics. Mind you at least those in the North missed out on the Irish Civil War (1922-1923) which killed more than the War for Independence. History is complex.
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AltoProfunda
when the going gets tough, the tough get weird.
08:47 PM on 03/16/2012
Amateur hour for amateur drunks.
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normankelley
Been there, done that.
07:23 PM on 03/16/2012
I've never been a fan of St. Patrick. I call it National Drunkards Day. Don't get me: I respect the Irish and their contribution to American society, and I like to drink. But St. Patrick's is one day of the year I tend not to look forward to. The only good thing about March 17th is my friend Julie Patton's Birthday.

Happy Birthday, Julie.
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jozie
Is war about who's right or who's left?
06:53 PM on 03/16/2012
Words/names to remove from HuffPo vocabulary: Fail, Viral, Pink Slime, Palin, Kardashian. Please!!! Life would go on...and be better. I promise.
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snommel
"Gravity always wins"
10:22 PM on 03/16/2012
You forgot "secret". ;)
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10:05 AM on 03/17/2012
Also shocking, provocative, and all synonyms.
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Oregonlib
Honey we're out of micro-bio
05:46 PM on 03/16/2012
Di I miss something, where was the video funny?
03:51 AM on 03/17/2012
It was a pot sticker. HP needed something for St Patrick's day a posted less than nothing.
02:08 PM on 03/16/2012
The problem with St. Patrick's day is all the pinching that goes on. Someone needs to put an end to that. I should not feel like I have to wear green to avoid physical harm.
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ETT
JAIL THE WALL STREET CROOKS
01:28 PM on 03/16/2012
HUFFPO: BIG FAIL!
01:00 AM on 03/17/2012
LMAO
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Dakotadude
giv a hoot don't shoot
12:33 PM on 03/16/2012
reminds me why i don't drink