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User avatar #256 - ImsoObvious (03/18/2013) [-]
Yeah, americans do something non-selfish and celebrate a country other than theirself and we get **** from it from you potato munching alcoholics
User avatar #234 - drainbramage (03/18/2013) [-]
St.Patrick is celebrated because he brought Christianity to Ireland, which hundreds of years down the line caused a civil-mosh pit, and we celebrate him by getting ********* .

Ah, Ireland.
#216 - popesoybean (03/18/2013) [-]
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User avatar #170 - zzonked (03/18/2013) [+] (17 replies)
>implying St. Patricks day has anything to do with being Irish

It's about wearing green and getting ****** up now. It's like you're bitching about Christmas because non-Christians celebrate it.
User avatar #196 to #175 - zzonked (03/18/2013) [-]
Point being it isn't about where it started, it's about what it practically is now. I don't really care how Christmas started but it certainly isn't here for the same reasons as then.
User avatar #107 - tomnash (03/18/2013) [+] (2 replies)
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 (03/18/2013) [-]
Born and bread, soz for bad grammer
#23 - drtennant (03/18/2013) [+] (7 replies)
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.
#65 to #56 - hellfiazz (03/18/2013) [-]
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.
User avatar #276 - missorangejews (12/19/2014) [-]
I like St. Paddys day in the US. Gives us another reason to party.
#275 - elSpadgeo (03/23/2013) [-]
I KNOW THE 3 PEOPLE ONTHE LEFT!!!!! funnily enough they'rebrewers from the west kerry brewery. google that **** . lol
#265 - nitsuan (03/18/2013) [+] (1 reply)
OP, if you have Irish heritage and you are and American then that does make you an Irish American. It's the same reason we call Americans from Africa African Americans, which i'm sure you probably had no problem with. I have been to Ireland before and the people treated me well and did not give two ***** that I claimed to be an Irish American because most of my heritage came from Ireland. I would suggest you get that stick out of your ass and stop being such a prick, OP.
User avatar #255 - jinjo (03/18/2013) [-]
Who gives a **** ?
User avatar #210 - amaleplatypus (03/18/2013) [-]
I probably listen to more Irish/Gaelic Uillean pipe flute music than most people living in Ireland do.
User avatar #209 - smokerocks (03/18/2013) [-]
Really? I've got some good friends in Ireland, and they really don't give a flying **** . Besides, thats retard Americans (redundant I know) that overdo it. Americans with actual Irish heritage just go to church and then drink Guiness/Jameson. We don't take it that seriously.
User avatar #206 - RyanTheLeet (03/18/2013) [-]
Great, now all I can think about is waffles thanks to the two morph suit guys.
#178 - crazypat (03/18/2013) [-]
my dog died on st patricks day.

good bye fluffy little princess
User avatar #118 - haveagoodone (03/18/2013) [-]
The streets get full of drunk people in ireland, I walked on sick this morning outside my school.
#116 - trickytrickster ONLINE (03/18/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I don't think I'm Irish-American, just like I don't think I'm an Italian-American. The thing is, in America our ancestors all recently came from different countries(usually). We know where they came from, and we are proud of our heritage.
User avatar #115 - milthyfoustache (03/18/2013) [-]
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 - anonexplains (03/18/2013) [+] (1 reply)
that's because we always look for something to celebrate. and it gives us a reason to drink a ******* .
User avatar #60 - foreverfitch (03/18/2013) [-]
Saw this on Reddit on St. Patrick's Day, yayyy reposts
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