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March 16, 2012 |
In: Awesome, Funny, Holidays
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Category: Awesome, Funny, Holidays
EAT MY POOP ALL OF YOU
Missouri S & T Best Ever. Glad they banned Alice though, a giant pit of filth doesn’t seem like it would be fun. Stop by the Phi Kapps house and have a paint can!
What just popped in there?!
What did you do Ray?!
#13 & #27
Why must people ruin beer with crap like that?
Pretty sure they're actually German but boobs so who cares!
Who cares, boobs!
To all the hot girls on this list, you have a little Irish in you? If not, I'm Irish, would you like some in you?
Or in my case, some BIG Irish!
I'll take a green waffle over a blue waffle any day.
St Patrick and his stupid stories can fuck away off!
Aye, that fucking welshman is the worst thing that ever happened to this country.
U of S Represent! Hahaha
Can we post some Irish racks!!
#32…on the right…that is tasty
I NEED AN HD VERSION OF #2
Happy st pattys day. I was out at a local bar yesterday and spotted a fellow chiver wearing a kcco shirt. I Immediately advised the bartender to put whatever drink he wants on my tab! His face lit up… chive on brother!
where can i buy this shirt in the internet?
#1 meet #35
#6 That aint Ireland idiots, looks like eastern europe.
#32 is nice – great boobs – but it’s a German beer garden.
#2 is very wrong. It’s a 4 leaf clover NOT A SHAMROCK. 4 leaf clovers have no relation to Irish culture. Shamrocks, by definition, have only 3 LEAVES. The 3 leaves we’re adopted as a symbol as it was this humble plant that was used by St. Patrick to explain the Holy Trinity to the heathen population of Ireland while converting them to Christianity. 3 leaves = Father, Son and Holy Spirit, three apparently separate entities that centrally combine to form one thing; God.
Also, all the garish, plastic Paddy green junk is looked down upon as a display of nailing ignorance.
Finally, all the depictions of low-class American drunkenness are a pejorative to most native Irish. A number of studies have confirmed that the Irish, as a nation, have a lower per-capita consumption of alcohol than other European countries. To a very large number of Irish, St. Patrick’s day is a holy celebration for church and family. The drunkenness is insulting.
And Americans wonder why they are held in such low regard by much of the world. What a shame.
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