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Tink I loved that...enjoyed every bit! They are both athletic and artistic, very beautiful!

...and yes I had forgotten it was St. Patrick's Day, so now ima go out to our local tavern and ask 'em for some green beer...or something like that...actually preferring my gin, vodka, and rum to the beer...oh wait wait, maybe I will just settle for Irish whisky...

...such as :silly: Tullamore Dew -- I always liked their motto, "To every man his Dew." <3

Pin on Irish drinks

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I've sworn off vodka, at least for as long as Putin is in office.

Unless it comes from Poland or Ukraine, of course.

I've never tried Tullamore Dew... great suggestion, Virginia!   :)

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Happy St. Patrick's Day! Is it celebrated only in Ireland or all over the world?

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It is celebrated all over Canada, Britain, Australia, New Zealand and the US, and also to some extent in Mexico, mostly in honor of an Irish battalion that helped the Mexicans in the war between the US and Mexico. Also to some extent in Brazil and Argentina. Probably not so much in continental Europe or other parts of the world, except by expats.

https://splinternews.com/st-patrick-s-day-is-really-popular-in-mexico-and-the-1793855646

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Patrick%27s_Day

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Aye, Happy late St. Patrick's day.

Spent the day having a long talk about us. Only green I saw was what I brought to smoke! :D

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 :D

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He might have been born in what became Wales..not that anyone knows.

Northwest England also claims him

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Well I am convinced he was born in Wales-to-be, where else after all???  ;)

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