Happy St. Patrick's Day

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  1. Mar 17, 2012 #1

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    Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone

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    i'm not Irish, but hope the irish forum members enjoy their day.
     
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    ... and those who are not Irish but are called Patrick enjoy too :cheers:
     
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    30-9, I think there might be a few sorrows to be drowned tonight :lol:
     
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    Had a great day with the family which it's all about really, my young lads first Paddy's day.
    Well done on the rugby England, better team won. And well done to Wales.
    I shall be having a few beverages this evening :cheers:
    Bru
     
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    Well done today England. If only you could play football as well :rofl:
     
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    So gracious in defeat!
     
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    That looks a nice pint!
     
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    How lucky are Guinness?! What other beer is drank heavily by tradition on a national day, celebrated internationally... It should be renamed Guinness Day! :drink:
     
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    You mean how lucky are we to have Guinness to celebrate with :D
     
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    If I were Irish, Christian or even called Patrick I still wouldnt have had a Guinness today! (Just spend 8 hours serving them however £3.35 a point! :shock: )
     
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    I met a SE10PAT for a drink on Tuesday in a pub by St Paul's - £3.90 a pint for the stuff! Shocking!
     
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    It's not luck, just damned good marketing.
     
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    I enjoyed a cracking evening in my local working mans club supping the liffey water! A St Patricks Day promotion with Guinness at £1.50 a pint, i have never seen so many people drinking the same drink before. :drink:
     
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    Apparently there are 10 million glasses of Guinness drunk every day. And there is 1,883,200,000 pints (1.8 billion) sold every year.
     
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    Absoloutly love guiness but my god its expensive. Went dublin last october and its even more expensive there. 5 euros a pint in the day and then at about 12 oclock at night they put the prices up to about 7 euros. Was a very expensive weekend lol. :D
     

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