st patricks day
Seeing students out for St. Patrick's Day in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic is like watching "an epidemiological horror movie," one expert said.
Day drinking in close quarters would be a prime virus transmission opportunity, but perhaps all revelers need is… the luck o’ the Irish.
The bouncer at the pop-up told people wearing green that the Irish were “lower-class citizens” who would “steal your jobs."
“People don't have the balls to say, ‘Fuck it, I'm Irish. I grew up eating it and I love it.’”
Dublin-born Oisín Rogers of The Guinea Grill, a longstanding pub in London’s Mayfair, starts his Paddy’s Day with oysters and Guinness, before moving onto stew and unexpected singing.
Talk about self-incriminating.
Show up with Mark Ruffalo and 20 camera guys, and I promise you we will not notice.
Let those among us who have not released ‘bodily emissions’ in public cast the first stone.
Because why not?
Some of these might come in handy.
Blow jobs! Party bus fights! Fake death! People told us the most drunken and deranged things they've done to honor Ol' Pat's life.