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Sunday, February 19, 2017

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435 comments:

  1. We usually go to a local Irish eatery and they have corned beef and bagpipers.

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  2. I fix corned beef and cabbage, and have a couple Guinness beers. It makes me smile every year. I am irish, so it is extra fun.

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  3. My favorite St Patrick's day tradition is eating corned beef and cabbage for good luck.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  4. There is a local parade that we go to.

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  5. We don't have an St. Patrick's Day traditions - the only one I can remember from childhood is wear green or get pinched.

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  6. Pretty simple-I wear green, drink a few beers and have a corned beef sandwich.

    alyce poalillo

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  7. I like to wear a funky green outfit on St. Patrick's Day!

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  8. My favorite St. Patrick's Day tradition is making corned beef and cabbage for my family.

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  9. I love doing the annual pub crawls!

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  10. I love to display 13 kinds of round fruits on the table and eat dinner together with my parents.

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  11. Going to our local Irish Pub Festival

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  12. If I remember, I wear green for St Patrick's day.

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  13. We get a designated driver and hit all the local Irish bars!

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  14. Our family does not have any St. Patty's day traditions. We do not celebrate it.

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  15. Going to the corner bar and drinking green draft beer

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  16. Because, I am Irish I love to cook corned beef and cabbage for my family. They all look forward to this holiday every year.

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  17. My moms birthday is on St Patricks' Day, so my family always goes out to dinner to celebrate.

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  18. My favourite tradition is baking clover cookies with my daughters

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  19. My favorite tradition is going to a St. Patrick's Day party at my VERY Irish friends house.

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  20. Our favorite St. Patrick's Day tradition is corned beef and cabbage and watch the annual parade.

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  21. My favorite St Patrick's day tradition is eating corned beef and cabbage for good luck.

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  22. I'm not Irish, so I don't bother celebrating St Patrick's Day.

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  23. I like to make the traditional food corned beef and cabbage yummm

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  24. We dont really celebrate St Pats day except maybe wear green!

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  25. My favorite St. Patrick's Day tradition is our town's St. Paddy's Day Pickle Parade!

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  26. Love to go to O'Charley's for green beer and bratz on Saint Paddy's. No big celebrations in our area, sadly.

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  27. I like to have corned beef and cabbage on St. Patrick's Day. I also will wear green! :)

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  28. I don't have a St.Patrick's Day traditon.

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  29. pinching people is my fave tradition!! lol

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  30. One thing is wearing green. Gotta wear green

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  31. Since we LOVE corned beef, we always make corned beef and cabbage and boiled potato dinner. Irish Soda Bread too. And the hubby loves Killians Irish Red Beer! LOL

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  32. If the weathers good I'll go to the parade.

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  33. My favorite St Patrick's day tradition is eating corned beef and cabbage.

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  34. The local parade is always fun and a great way to celebrate with family.

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  35. What is your favorite St. Patty's Day tradition? Comment daily for 5 bonus entries!

    MOSTLY I JUST WEAR GREEN..NOT MUCH ELSE MOSTLY

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  36. We host a party and have green gift goodie bags to take home.

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  37. Hi! We don't live in any Irish town but we love this celebration. My favorite St Patrick's day tradition is going to an Irish pub and listen to Irish music. Thank you!
    Marta

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  38. When we were kids, we'd look for four-leaf-clovers! My brother was almost always the one to find one; I never did.

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  39. Wearing all green is my favorite tradition.

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  40. We wear green or risk getting a pinch on St patty's day. No one really gets pinched, but back when I was a kid we sure did!

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  41. I love the full on Irish dinner! YUMMY!!!

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  42. I also make sure to wear a lot of green on St. Patrick's Day. Otherwise ya get pinched, and in my house it is a really hard pinch.

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  43. I put out some decorations and wear something green on St. Pat's Day!

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  44. Wearing of the green and a good pint!

    alyce poalillo

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  45. At night watching the local news to see if there are any riots in Philly

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  46. My favorite St. Patty's Day tradition is pinching friends and family who are not wearing green.

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  47. i cook corned beef and cabbage

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  48. My favorite St. Patrick Day's tradition is pinching anyone who is not wearing green. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  49. It starts with the traditional eating of corned beef and cabbage, with a nice pint of Guinness for a chaser.

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  50. I don't have a St. Patrick Day tradition.

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  51. My family always wears green.

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  52. corned beef and cabbage...and green beer!

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  53. I don't celebrate St Pattys Day but my fave tradition growing up was wearing green

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  54. What is your favorite St. Patty's Day tradition? Comment daily for 5 bonus entries!

    as i said yesterday...i wear green ,and mostly nothing else...i'm going to hold back so i have something to post tomorrrow

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  55. i like doing raffles,and this is a good one,but omg it's just too much work...good luck to one that wins...ive been weeded out!

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  56. We have an office tradition which is to wear Green on St. Pattys day!

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  57. I like going out with friends have having some green beer. :)

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  58. I don't follow any traditions, but I do like the color green. :-)

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  59. Most years we go to a local Irish bar and have a few pints.

    alyce poalillo

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  60. some of my favorite traditions is the st pattys day colored food like green eggs and green beer and watching parades and looking in the grass for a four leaf clover

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  61. One of my favorite colors is green, so I always enjoy wearing green on St. Patty's Day
    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  62. MY FAVE TRADITION IS GOING TO THE ST PAT'S PARADE IN DOG TOWN (STL MO)

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  63. The food of course, nothing like a good Reuben.

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  64. baking shamrock cookies and eating them

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  65. Eating corned beef and cabbage
    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  66. We usually take the kids to the parade

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  67. We wear green in our house for St. Patty's Day.

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  68. We wear green and give each other green carnations

    (alyce poalillo)

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  69. Go to my favorite Irish Pub and have a Jameson and Guinness.

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  70. wearing green and think of my grandpa who loved to sing old Irish songs.

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  71. Wearing green and listening to some Irish music :)

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  72. We always watch the story of St. Patrick on the Veggie Tales Sumo of the Opera DVD... well, now we usually watch it on YouTube.

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  73. having Irish soda bread.Well making it as well.

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  74. Occasionally I'll get a mint shake from McD's
    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  75. I like listening to Irish music.

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  76. I love reading some of the other traditions that your readers have. So much fun. The one day everyone is Irish :) Another tradition we have is to go to the cemetary and decorate our loved ones headstones in green flowers.

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  77. My mother makes here amazing Irish soda bread every year.

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  78. Corned beef and cabbage, Guinness chocolate cake for desert

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  79. Wear green and read themed kids books to kids

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  80. Wear green and read themed kids books to kids

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  81. My favorite St. Patty's Day tradition is pinching anyone who is not wearing green. Thanks for the giveaway! (Daily comment 2/23)

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  82. Cabbage and noodles and pinching those who do not wear geeen!

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  83. I always do green makeup on St Patrick's Day

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  84. I get together with my family and do St Patrick's day paintings

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  85. Wearing green is always on the list

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  86. I don't have any real traditions.

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  87. wearing green
    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  88. This year I am going to make St. Patrick's Day brownies for all the neighbors. I am really excited.

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  89. I have no St. Patrick Day tradition.

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  90. We try to wear something green.

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  91. I don't really celebrate St. Patty's Day.

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  92. I have no St. Patrick's Day traditions whatsoever.

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  93. I don't have any, I'm not Irish!

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  94. corned beef and cabbage
    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  95. I just saw that McDonald's Shamrock Shakes are back, so I am thinking that is a great tradition, going to go get one tomorrow :)

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  96. Dark Beer, Guinness, not any cheap green beer!

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  97. I don't have any St. Patty's Day traditions, but I love the color green. :-)

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  98. i love to pinch folks who forget their green!

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  99. I don't have any St. Patrick Day traditions.

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  100. My favorite St. Patrick Day's tradition is pinching anyone who is not wearing green. Thanks for the giveaway! (2/26 daily comment)

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  101. I love everything green
    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  102. I try to wear something with green on it

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  103. Our favorite tradition is corned beef and cabbage

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  104. I like to put green in our food is some way or another.

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  105. We celebrate our youngest sons birthday!

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  106. This year we are having friends over for a full St.Patty's Day feast. It will be so much fun. Not a yearly tradition but a new exciting one. I am in charge of Irish Soda Bread. Yummy.

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  107. Drink some good Irish beers and sing some Irish songs.

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  108. Wearing green, I like to go all out and do green makeup too.

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  109. i love to pinch ppl who forget to wear green!

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  110. I make green eggs and ham for breakfast.

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  111. My favorite St. Patty's Day tradition is pinching anyone who is not wearing green. Thanks for the giveaway! (Daily comment 2/27)

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  112. I'm hungry, so eating corned beef and cabbage!
    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  113. I have a green hat raincoat I love!

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  114. Wearing green clothing is my favorite tradition.

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  115. I just bought some Guinness. That is my favorite tradition. Having at least one good beer.

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  116. Wear green and eat corned beef, cabbage and fried potatoes.

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  117. Going to the local Irish Pub and enjoying the festivities.

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  120. We love making a big Irish dinner with cornedbeef, potatoes, cabbage and soda bread.?

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  122. My favorite is to go out with my friends!

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  123. I love the green confetti that our little ones love to throw around.

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  124. I'm craving the corned beef and cabbage
    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  125. My favorite St. Patrick Day's tradition is pinching anyone who is not wearing green. Thanks for the giveaway! (2/28 daily comment)

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  126. I love to decorate my home inside and out for ST Patty's Day!

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  127. I like wearing a huge green hat

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  128. My favorite St. Patrick Day's tradition is pinching anyone who is not wearing green. Thanks for the giveaway! (3/1 daily comment)

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  129. the mint green shakes at Mcdonalds
    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  130. We always make soda bread for ourselves and the neighbors. It is a great way to share our heritage.

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  131. It starts with the traditional eating of corned beef and cabbage, with a nice pint of Guinness.

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  132. we all wear green socks and a green hat.... seriously

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  133. Finding somebody not wearing green to pinch

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