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Some folk find it weird that I even find their eejitry. If your account isn’t private, we can see everything. Like Patrick Stewart in Extras
Running around, with a man on your back, like a train in the night. Like a train in the… night.
Notice #happypaddysday is trending. That'll do, Twitter. That'll do.
Wikipedia strives for objectivity, not correctness. It lists "St. Patty's Day" because eejits keep writing it, not because it's right.
If you're going out of your way to avoid orange on St. Patrick's Day, or to deck yourself head-to-toe in it, you are a feckin' bin lid.
Hank = Henry. Ted/Ned = Edward. Dick = Richard. Jack = John. Jim = James. Bobby = Robert. Chuck = Charles. Bill = William. Paddy = Patrick.
If there's an Irish beer worthy of green dye, it's surely Harp. Take that as you will.
It's that time of year again.
This might astound some Williams out there but Willy is… a rude word! Shocker! That’s rude too. Terribly confusing, this language business.
Do you know who could care less? Someone that doesn’t go to the bother of telling me that they couldn’t care less.
This @gawker article is actually quite brilliant. I didn't clench my jaw once: http://gawker.com/5990788/its-st-paddys-day-not-st-pattys-day …
The proper way to shorten St. Patrick’s Day is by drinking too much.
Happy St. Patrick's Day to Ireland and the rest of thonder. Everyone else: hauld yer horses.
…and if you were wondering at all the design this year was based on the Ulster Covenant. Gave me a laugh, anyway.
Cheers for all the help! The number of folk out there chasin’ away the Patties was truly overwhelming this year, to the dismay of many. Ha.
You know, during all this, I really do feel sorry for Patricias out there who have to put up with us ranting about their name.
Paddy-whacking the plastic Patty-snakes out of our Internets like a modern day Saint Patrick.