St. Patrick's Day
Raise your hand if you have an Aunt Mary or an Uncle John.
Friends who don't get a bite will be ~green with envy~!
Green beer? For St. Paddy's Day? Groundbreaking.
Warning: Watching this may cause actual physical pain.
Haters gonna hate, potatoes gonna potate.
Nothing to see here, just the most adorable leprechauns to walk the face of the earth.
Go home. You're drunk.
Don't touch me.
I managed to ignore it for the past 17 years. So I decided to finally give it a try in honour of St Patrick's Day.
A public service announcement for you this St. Patrick's Day.
Do these words belong in a dictionary or a James Joyce novel?
It's Patrick or Paddy. NEVER Patty.
We see a lot of Guinness in your future.
Because green beer is actually kinda gross.
May the wind always be at your back. And the shade thrown elsewhere.
St. Patrick's Day: a day for children everywhere to ask for everything they didn't get for Christmas.
Why just drink your booze when you can eat it too?
Get lucky with one of these sweet treats on March 17.
One of the best ad campaigns of all time. Happy St. Patrick's Day, fellow Irish (and fake-Irish) drinkers.
You think you're the only one getting psyched for St. Paddy's day? You got nothing on these cats.
But can you blame them? Saint Patrick supposedly drove all the snakes from Ireland, after all. The holiday is imbued with horrifyingly speciesist, anti-snake sentiment. IMBUED.
The correct way to steel yourself for day drinking.
Because a little extra whiskey never hurt anyone.
Made with Cashel blue — Ireland's first farmhouse blue cheese. YUM.
Eventually you'll end up soaked in Guinness. Start the day off on a slightly more ambitious note.
This one's for you, Jamie. Thanks for all you've done.
Come on, people! Green bacon!?