8 Ways American’s Offend the Irish on St. Patrick’s Day

8 Ways American’s Offend the Irish on St. Patrick’s Day


Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone!

Most American’s will find one way or another to celebrate (and drink to) this widely social holiday, but is your method pissing off the Irish folk? Take a look at this list of 8 Insulting Ways People Act “Irish” on St. Patrick’s Day.

Okay, now tell us…who’s guilty?


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  1. Profile photo of Aunt Deb

    Hmmmmmmmm, I read his article.. and was offended by IT. The way Luke McKinney describes Catholics is extremely offensive.. and his history lesson on St Patrick is more than a little skewed. In Ireland St Patrick’s Day isn’t a day spent drinking & carousing, it’s a day spent going to church and celebrating your faith. The drunken pub-crawling celebrating is an Irish-American tradition.. as is that nasty green beer ~ the only point I agree with Luke on.

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