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Discussion in 'General Off Topic Discussion' started by Jezza, Mar 14, 2019.
Sunday 17th. Any plans?
I'll be watching the football.
No, I'm not irish.
I'll read Translations by Brian Friel and have a good ol' chuckle.
Might eat a jacket potato actually.
Its the day when everyone pretends to be Irish though. For good reason to be fair
Pub all day. Monday off.
Fought all week to work Monday and got it. Double time, dosey ****s
Never understood why so many English people go out, nevermind just go out, but dress in shitty green clothes and pretend to be Irish for the day...never ever been out for Paddys Day...well I've been out when its been Paddys day, but not specifically for it.
I’ll probably be dead somewhere if we win the day before.
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I'll wait until the 17th of April to celebrate being English.
No I’m English.
Are you's allowed to? Without causing offence, ofcourse
We're not really into turning our culture into a gimmick which people associate with alcohol.
it's perfectly acceptable here in NZ to celebrate your nationality and pride in your country's achievements (of which England has many) despite the current political/social nonsense, so as usual, I'll pick a red rose from the garden and put it on the lapel of my jacket and take the wife to the local pub for a roast beef lunch where we'll share a bottle of red, raise a glass to the fictional St George, lie back and think of England!
Great day ruined by the chavs. It's basically the twelfth for "the other side". Will go to a pub where they can't get in, and watch football all day. Off Monday.
No, I hate all that plastic paddy crap. Anyway my birthday is the day before so I'll have a hangover.
Odd - St George's Day is on the 23rd.
It is just used as a reason for Non Irish people to get drunk. Pointless.