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RatFink 03-17-2013 05:13 PM

Happy St. Paddy's day!
 
I am happy we can all celebrate the day dedicated to the patron saint of the green members.











Title edited for DW's sanity...

PistolRogue 03-17-2013 06:30 PM

Paddy' s Day. I learned the hard way from my gf's family that the Irish are finicky about that. Something about the Gaelic version of Patrick being Paudrik or something like that. We've actually been to so many Paddy's Day events this year that today we're just staying home and making shepherds pie. Got the posting out of our system last weekend and the one before lol...

DashHopes 03-17-2013 06:36 PM

Happy St. Patties day! Its good to be green :)

Deathwish_DW 03-17-2013 06:55 PM

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Originally Posted by PistolRogue (Post 2657087)
Paddy' s Day.

This.

Not Patties. :s

Titus 03-17-2013 07:02 PM

Drinkin at home, never went out sadly. Worked on tractors and drank a few. God I need to get out more.

Murf425 03-17-2013 07:07 PM

Spent St. Paddy's in a dry-on-Sunday county at a wedding reception for a couple who believes alcohol is a sin.

Worst 3/17 EVER!

RAZRBAKK 03-17-2013 07:08 PM

I got grotesquely influenced with a couple friends last night for Paddy's. Feelin' it today...

Murf425 03-17-2013 07:09 PM

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Originally Posted by PistolRogue (Post 2657087)
...just staying home and making shepherds pie.

Well, if we're talking things us Irish are picky about, assuming you're making the usual dish that everyone does with ground beef, you're actually making cottage pie. Shepard's pie uses lamb.

Our annual dinner is my dad's lamb stew (with one of our own lambs), mom's soda bread, and boxtys.

BoBo 03-17-2013 07:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PistolRogue (Post 2657087)
Paddy' s Day. I learned the hard way from my gf's family that the Irish are finicky about that. Something about the Gaelic version of Patrick being Paudrik or something like that. We've actually been to so many Paddy's Day events this year that today we're just staying home and making shepherds pie. Got the posting out of our system last weekend and the one before lol...

Paddy's day - yes. Patty is a woman's name.

Podraig is what you are looking for. Pronounced porr-ick.

PistolRogue 03-17-2013 09:07 PM

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Originally Posted by Murf425 (Post 2657121)
Well, if we're talking things us Irish are picky about, assuming you're making the usual dish that everyone does with ground beef, you're actually making cottage pie. Shepard's pie uses lamb.

Our annual dinner is my dad's lamb stew (with one of our own lambs), mom's soda bread, and boxtys.

Did as close as we could lol, grocery stores around here don't have much in the way of lamb and we didn't plan in advance so no time to put in an order with the butcher.


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