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What is your favorite St. Patrick’s Day tradition?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on March 17, 2005

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Photo of Becky Valdois

“Pinching people.”

Photo of Rob Gillaspie

“Going to the bar when it opens and drinking until I forget that the whole holiday is about my ancestors being converted to Catholicism.”

Photo of Jake Angermeier

“Drinking whiskey on Mass. Street during the parade.”

Photo of Julie Alexander

“Green dye in the beer, because I love drinking beer, and the green makes it more festive.”

Comments

Redneckgal 9 years, 9 months ago

Hearing my kids holler when they ask whats for supper and I tell them corned beef and cabbage!

mr_daniels 9 years, 9 months ago

St. Patrick's Day. Will always remember when I was a little guy, 2nd grader and pinching this kid who had no obvious green insight anywhere and him pinching me back because he didi ndeed have green, but that it was in his nose! Memories! Have a great day all of you out there even if your only green is in your nose and only %5 Irish.

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Jayhawk226 9 years, 9 months ago

If your Irish...come into the parlor....

...there's a welcome there for you!

And if your name is Timothy or Pat, as long as you come from Ireland, there's a welcome on the mat!

5% Irish or less...Happy St. Patty's Day!!!!!!

italianprincess 9 years, 9 months ago

The parade was great and the Sandbar had another awesome float. They are one group that always puts time and effort into their creation to make a parade worth seeing.

I did take my son out of school at 1230 so he could enjoy the parade, but found out that he would be considered absent for a 1/2 day. Believe me when I say.......I'm not sure the parents who had taken their kids out of school to enjoy the parade have any clue of this. I do know that today is St. Patrick's Day, but maybe someone should rethink having it on a Saturday so all can enjoy it without some fall back or either work or school.

Happy St. Patrick's Day to all of you.........Kiss Me, I'm Irish

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