As luck would have it, we are on the precipice of the most important drinking holiday of the year: St. Patrick's Day. Perhaps only the truly hardcore Irish around the world understand the important cultural history of this holiday, which is officially recognized and celebrated by Catholics and drunkards alike, but for the rest of us, it's just an excuse to party.
Legend has it St. Patrick, an extremely pious and devout Catholic, drove the "snakes" out of Ireland. However, research indicates that "snakes" is most likely a euphemism for those serpent-loving Druids. Essentially, St. Patrick is really recognized as the man who brought Catholicism to Ireland (and in fact is NOT the patron saint of beer). Which may or may not be a good thing depending on your political leanings.
Whatever the case may be, St. Patrick's Day has long been dedicated to an all-day long celebration of the green: green beer, green shirts, green faces (especially after too many green beers), songs of Ireland, kissing of the Blarney Stone, pinching, parade-going, pub-crawling, face-puking day of awesomeness. Remember, Ireland isn't called the Emerald Isle for nothing, and for one very special day out of the year, we're all a wee bit Irish!
What do you wear for such a magnificent celebration? Lazy people just pull out something green from their wardrobe and call it a day, but for those who really embrace the spirit of the day there are pins, t-shirts, hats, glasses, St. Patty's Day drinking accessories, green face paint, hilariously perverse slogans and anything having to do with shamrocks, leprechauns and drinking. But what about those folks who are truly want to make a statement. Like really, really want to stand out in the crowd?
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