It takes a lot for me to admit to the existence of St. Patrick’s Day; like virtually everybody else who can legitimately claim full-blooded Irish descent (15/16ths, in my case), I despise this holiday. Drunken non-Celtic buffoons with bad accents vomiting all over the place doesn’t appeal*. So, it requires something special to get me to even acknowledge the iconography.
*Don’t smirk, Latinos. Wait until the Anglos get finished adulterating Cinco de Mayo. We’re four, five years away from seeing it being moved to the nearest Friday and making Speedy Gonzales the mascot.
Don’t think that it won’t happen.
Crossposted to Moe Lane.
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