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Why St. Pat’s Day is the BEST holiday
Why St. Pat’s Day is the BEST holiday

Is St. Patrick’s Day the BEST holiday…ever?

Buzzfeed.com thinks so…here’s why:

You can drink Irish coffee for breakfast and no one will judge you.

You can have bountiful meat and potatoes all day long.

It’s a holiday where religion, ethnicity, hell, even appropriateness are thrown out the window:¬† Non-Irish people can freely celebrate.

When you’re a bartender on St. Patrick’s Day, you’ve won the drunken lottery.

This is the one night of the year where grandmas will drink you under the table.

The beer is green!

(Did we mention the beer is GREEN?)

Even Disneyland goes Irish and paints the downtown area green!

St. Patrick’s Day means Shamrock Shakes for everyone!

Parades filled with Irish step dancing! Just try not to smile when you see those feet jig about!

If you’re a redhead, you’ll be crowned a god (or goddess) and score free drinks all day.

You can get away with calling anything your pot of gold…just be ready to accept the¬†consequences!

What are YOU doing for St. Patrick’s Day weekend?

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