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Ireland.. Silly Americans thinking that because their family came from Ireland that they are Irish... Haha, Irish Americans are to Ireland what weeaboo's are to

Silly Americans thinking that because their family came from Ireland that they are Irish...
Haha, Irish Americans are to Ireland what weeaboo's are to Japan.

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#15 - anonymoose
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As an Irish man, I'm proud that other countries celebrate St. Patricks day. Stop being a prick.
As an Irish man, I'm proud that other countries celebrate St. Patricks day. Stop being a prick.
#135 to #15 - CXJokerXD
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As an non-irish man, I just wish that everyone would shut the **** up about nationalities, like they're so goddamn special when they're barley what they claim to be. Everyone wants to go around boasting about being Spanish, or Irish, or Norwegian, or Italian. It doesn't make you more desirable nor does it make you cool, it just makes you a pure ******* annoyance. We're all different, no need to rub in each others faces. Maybe we should focus on what makes us the same instead of fighting over differences.
As an non-irish man, I just wish that everyone would shut the **** up about nationalities, like they're so goddamn special when they're barley what they claim to be. Everyone wants to go around boasting about being Spanish, or Irish, or Norwegian, or Italian. It doesn't make you more desirable nor does it make you cool, it just makes you a pure ******* annoyance. We're all different, no need to rub in each others faces. Maybe we should focus on what makes us the same instead of fighting over differences.
#138 to #135 - anonymoose
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HOW DARE I ENJOY MY CULTURE!

ALL HAPPINESS SHOULD BE REMOVED FROM THE PLANET BECAUSE IT MIGHT ANNOY SENSITIVE SANDY VAGINA'S LIKE YOURSELF.
#150 to #138 - CXJokerXD
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I didn't say you can't enjoy yourself ********. I simply requested the end of unnecessary announcing and gloating of nationality when no one asks.
I didn't say you can't enjoy yourself ********. I simply requested the end of unnecessary announcing and gloating of nationality when no one asks.
#156 to #150 - anonymoose
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Because saying "As an Irish man" is gloating about my nationality.

Because mentioning the fact that I'm Irish on a post about St Patricks day that also mentions Irish and American people is irrelevant information

Because you mentioning the fact that you're non-Irish isn't doing the exact thing you're insulting me for doing, merely saying I am Irish.
User avatar #163 to #156 - CXJokerXD
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Who gives a **** what you post online? I'm talking about when you get off the keyboard and walk out of the door. If you even do. Although I don't even see a point in telling that to people online out of random when no one asked. What other reason would you have for posting it than for wanting to feel special? No one cares if you are or not.
#168 to #163 - anonymoose
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"Who gives a **** what you post online?"

Clearly you, if you're crying at me for posting my opinion on OP's description. Me being Irish was relevant information.
#186 to #168 - CXJokerXD
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Not really. Yet these dbz pictures are making it very hard to focus on this conversation.
Not really. Yet these dbz pictures are making it very hard to focus on this conversation.
#127 to #15 - anon id: 8ce33d7a
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proud? really?
So i presume you are the cause of st. patricks day being celebrated elsewhere?
User avatar #134 to #127 - anonymoose
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Pride: A feeling of pleasure from one's own achievements, the achievements of those with whom one is associated

I'm proud that my culture [of which I am associated with] is being celebrated so widely.

DAMMIT MEG!
#133 to #127 - anonymoose
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User avatar #166 to #15 - Rollerofdouble
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As a Northern Irish man, I agree with my Irish Brethren
User avatar #86 to #15 - ichbinzweijahrealt
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(03/18/2013) [-]
I stole a guinness glass after they charged me 5€ for a guinness pint and I didn't receive a funny hat
#90 to #15 - treborsivad
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(03/18/2013) [-]
That's haters for you!
#17 to #15 - kingarther
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(03/18/2013) [-]
IRISH POWER
#190 to #15 - thegreenmann
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Thats cool that you say that man cause this was me just yesterday on St. Patty's in the U.S, Georgia. Found these two Irish police officers celebrating St. Patricks day in America. They loved it.
User avatar #272 to #190 - ancano
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(03/19/2013) [-]
*Paddy's

Patty is a short-form of Patricia and a term for a shape of food.
#52 to #15 - moechler
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(03/18/2013) [-]
Nobody celebrates Führertag :(
User avatar #78 to #52 - amirblumenfeld
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(03/18/2013) [-]
Tag! You're Führer!
User avatar #34 to #15 - xkmarcus
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As an Irish man, I think it's a little odd...
User avatar #35 to #34 - anonymoose
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(03/18/2013) [-]
As an Irish woman, I have gender identity issue.
User avatar #37 to #35 - xkmarcus
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As an Irish woman, I identify with your identity issues.
User avatar #48 to #37 - twistedrider
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As a half-Irish man, I like to sit down in a bar and have a nice chat with the bartender over a glass of cold beer.
User avatar #41 - drainbramage
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(03/18/2013) [-]
As my Irish English teacher said this morning (An Irish man that teaches English, just in case there was confusion)

"When it comes to St. Patricks day, everybody is ******* Irish"
User avatar #50 - Tazdingo
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(03/18/2013) [-]
"I'm like one 9th Irish, maaan, this is my day"
User avatar #269 to #50 - roguetrooper
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2True
#124 - WolfRider
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youre going to hate on america for appreciating other cultures?
youre going to hate on america for appreciating other cultures?
User avatar #183 to #124 - mcfunkdaddy
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implying they are appreciating st.patrick and not just using it an an excuse to wear green and get wasted? yeh sure kid.
User avatar #189 to #183 - deadwillieguy
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Why do you keep repeating the same comment. You got nothing else better to do?
User avatar #191 to #189 - mcfunkdaddy
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because their are multiple idiots with the same stupid reasoning and I dont want to waste more time rewriting comments.
User avatar #270 to #124 - thatguywithpants
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Who says they appreciate Irish culture? I'm pretty sure most people are using it as an excuse to get drunk out of their minds
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User avatar #82 to #81 - lavitts
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Yep. Totally not celebrating anything.
User avatar #94 to #82 - dildoes
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Because Americans aren't celebrating in their picture.
User avatar #106 to #94 - lavitts
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OP's picture made it look like the Irish don't care about St. Paddy's day, when in fact they throw parade's like this one. I was making a connection between this picture and the implication made in the above one. It was about as sarcastic as possible.
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User avatar #198 - thatbleachfan
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So St.Patrick's day can only be celebrated by the Irish because he is their Patron saint?
It's not Ireland day, anyone can celebrate it. OP is a faggot
#164 - Laddie
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(03/18/2013) [-]
Yeah. God forbid people celebrate their heritage. What pricks.
User avatar #179 to #164 - mcfunkdaddy
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implying they are celebrating st.patrick and not just using it an an excuse to wear green and get wasted? yeh sure kid.
User avatar #200 to #179 - Laddie
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Why in the **** would you need an excuse to wear green?
User avatar #267 to #200 - mcfunkdaddy
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you know what I mean.
User avatar #204 to #179 - theepiclol
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I'm from Northern Ireland and most people here use it as an excuse to get hammered as well, but then again most Irish people will get wasted at any opportunity...
#59 - piximos
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(03/18/2013) [-]
A HOBBIT!!!
User avatar #230 to #59 - wolfmango
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is that a pint?
#74 to #59 - kerplunking
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(03/18/2013) [-]
*Leprechaun.
User avatar #10 - forbesydemon
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This is like saying non christians shouldn't celebrate christmas. They do it because it makes them happy and gives them an excuse to get together with normally busy friends and share some beers. Stop getting so flustered.
User avatar #84 to #10 - logicstrike
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not saying don't celebrate it just... well can't americans do anything in half measures?
User avatar #13 to #10 - killthebilly
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Christmas is a ************* pagan holiday! Not some stupid Christian tradition.
#45 to #13 - lordraine
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Found the Pagan.
User avatar #19 to #13 - toughactintinactin
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Exactly I want to celebrate the solstice. Just because this Jesus fellow was born around the same time doesn't mean I'm trying to celebrate that.
#20 to #19 - anon id: 1cba678a
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wasnt jesus actually born in like the summer or something? and then they changed it to fit in with the holiday?
User avatar #21 to #20 - toughactintinactin
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Yep, there were several saviours in the pagan traditions that were born around that time. They changed his birth date to make the conversion smoother.
User avatar #76 to #13 - herpesboy
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dude, dick
User avatar #53 to #13 - anonymoose
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It has origins in paganism, but Christmas as an event is Christian.
User avatar #49 to #13 - iggyblanco
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No its a Christian holiday. It's the celebration of the birth of Jesus. The date chosen was the same as a pagan holiday but that doesn't mean Christmas is pagan,
User avatar #66 to #49 - daentraya
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In Denmark, its called 'jul' after 'yule' which makes the line between pagan and christ very thin and odd. It's odd how people dont even seem to know about solstice anymore
User avatar #68 to #66 - iggyblanco
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I wouldn't mind celebrating it pagan style.
User avatar #70 to #68 - daentraya
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We celebrate it on the 21'st with some good food and a few presents. Since our presents has become more arbitrary, they are of lesser importance for the evening. And then i usually go visit some family for Christmas.
There is no set pagan style as far i know. Pagan is usually about doing whatever you feel like for the event, since it's a broad term
#26 to #13 - anon id: 701840a2
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You are an idiot, Christmas IS a Christian holiday.
From Wiki
Many popular customs associated with Christmas developed independently of the commemoration of Jesus' birth, with certain elements having origins in pre-Christian festivals that were celebrated around the winter solstice by pagan populations who were later converted to Christianity.

Basically what happened was the church wanted to spread Christianity but It's hard to take away old religions holidays So the started celebrating Christmas and other holidays During old pagan holidays.

L2History or at least take 3 min to look **** up on the web.
User avatar #271 to #26 - killthebilly
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yeaaaaa, because Wikipedia is the most trusted website on the internet, when ANYONE can go and change what is written.

Unless you can come up with something better than that, like some professor or University, i'm not gonna change any statement.
#63 - oottovann
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St. Patrick's Day Turned into an American Holiday...   
   
   
SHAMROCK SHAKE BITCHES
St. Patrick's Day Turned into an American Holiday...


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