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Lá Fhéile Pádraig shona daoibh!
Níl a fhios agam go bhfuil comhtharlú é nó d'aon ghnó (mar is ár lá saoire náisiúnta é), ach tá an lá seo i lár na tSeachtain na Gaeilge. Mar sin, sílim go bhfuil sé orm scríobh as Gaeilge.
Ach...níl aon duine in ann é a leabhrú, smaoiním...
(...yeah, I bet NOBODY has a clue what I'm saying... )
*edits topic title so people at least VAGUELY know what's going on*
So what do you celebrate on St. Patricksday? Like who's St. Patrick?
St. Patrick's Day? That was today? @_@
Darn, there goes my chance to wear my only green shirt.
What is St. Patrick's Day? Mine elaborating more on that?
It's the day everyone gets hammered on Guinness and wears massive tophats shaped like a shamrock
I did not know it was Saint Patricks day either till I went into work and saw it on my desk callender.
I do not really know all of the history behind it. But I know that it was at first largly celebrated by the Irish and today it mainly consists of wearing green, drinking green beer and seeing green shamrocks everywhere in celebration of being Irish.Originally Posted by eileenting88
I know that was a very bad description..gomen.
It's the national holiday of Ireland. St Patrick's our patron saint.
It's as important to the Irish as Thanksgiving or Independence Day would be to Americans.
Every kid over here learns his life story at least twice.
Even though the article's been vandalised somewhat (Drunken Leprechaun Day? Purple?), you can still see that apart from being the colour that represents Ireland, green actually has nothing to do with the day itself specifically.
LoL this St. Patrick's Day was AWESOME...
I bought a new cilt and some kickass shirts and stuff, got totally loaded and started doing typesetting for our Naruto chapter 299 at about 2AM my local time... See how caring I am? lol
Um...kilts are Scottish.
*Has folowed the 1st Wikipedia link and read the content therein*
So, Nigeria was "evangelized", not "converted to Christianity"...
On other news, what was that special day like, for you Paz?