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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by uriah1, Mar 17, 2020.
The Mrs' Aunt Lois loved St. Patrick's Day...she passed late last year. We ended up with a big box of decorations...may have to break them out next year and have a little memory time.
Finally, after 62 yrs of getting green/"St. Patrick's Day" birthday cakes...red velvet cake under all that.
May your days be many
And your troubles be few.
May all God’s blessings
Descend upon you.
May peace be within you
May your heart be strong.
May you find what you’re seeking
Wherever you roam.
Twenty years ago a nineteen year old kid I worked with introduced me to the Murpheys......they're GREAT! Thanks.
Nice seeing the Blessings
Here is another US vid I remember growing
up. Think my mom sang it to me.
Funny to read about "diminutive and insulting" in the beginning of this thread, as that has more to do with a certain Irish curse rather than blessing
May you never lie, steal, cheat or drink.
But if you must lie, lie in each other’s arms.
If you must steal, steal kisses.
If you must cheat, cheat death.
And if you must drink, drink with us, your friends.
My contribution. (Even though the group was founded in England.) I love this song!
With everthing else that is going on I forgot to put the flag out until almost lunchtime;
Swallowtail Jig by Katy Adelson
Thank gods you don't celebrate 'Saint Andy's day' in the USA. It would fetch even more Plastics out of the woodwork. wearing kilts, saying 'hoots mon' and 'och aye the noo' and singing what they fondly imagine are Scottish folk songs
I'm Polish and Irish...when I get drunk I walk backwards!
The one day a year I abandon my beloved Rye, Scotch and Bourbon for an Irish Whiskey! Hoping that some combination of that, Guinness and corned beef and cabbage will provide some internal anti-viral fortification!
Otherwise known as the best British proto-soul group that no one in the US knows as such. Searching for the Young Soul Rebels is a front to back jam!
and today everyone's Irish and a sad thing it is, more of the Irish live outside of their homeland
than those that remain, my name is not Michael Collins or Bobby Sands or Bernadette Devlin but I heard a thing or two
Denis Donoghue satirically notes: “Nationalism is a fine flower, so long as it grows in Israel, Tibet, Poland and Lithuania.”
Happy St. Patrick's Day to all, even though we don't have a parade today.
I've always liked Irish humor, and sayings. One of my favorites is: Beware the anger of a patient man. Look under C.
God bless all.
I'll be starting the corned beef and cabbage in a couple of hours. I don't like it, but the wife demands it.