Irish government has put a bit of a twist to this years video, perhaps it’s better suited in international politics…regardless, Lá fhéile Pádraig sona daoibh go léir!
Nice ! Hope you get some nice food and drinks.
None of the convenience stores sell Guinness at the moment. I’m terribly vexed.
You can do it Taiwan style with Taiwan Beer or what ever you fancy in your favorite shop.
I do that everyday. Albeit not with Taiwan beer.
Great video! happy @afterspivak’s day everyone
I wish I could take credit for the wonderfulness of Irish culture, but alas I cannot. This will not however stop me from claiming an Irish great grandmother on my father’s side!
Great grand mother’s and not making excuses for pointless war. These are good things to focus on
Happy Paddy’s Day!
Unfortunately I have had too much work to enjoy it.
Will have to find a Guinness now. It seems they have gone missing .
2023 going to be @crusher day
Retune the banjo and come back to us crusher. We need you
Was that Return of the Jedi or the other one ? Right off to Carrefour to find something that resembles the black stuff
Star wars is so epic. Crusher dabbling with the dark side. It happens, restoring balance to the Galaxy is no small task
I’ll have you know that I committed to memory that song you posted last year.
It really helped me own up my pipes, and the rest of my repertoire has seen some benefit.
I was expecting that at this time we’d be looking back at 2021 as “crazy”, but oh well.
Ghost of a tree is one that stays with me too I think it’s great. And pipes, if you are able to represent ghost of a tree feeling whilst untangling the octopus you are hitting it
My grandparents on my dad’s side are from Ireland. I have a very Irish last name. Happy St. Patrick’s Day. I’m enjoying some scotch. I should have bought some of this:
And it was off to foreign climes
On the Piccadilly line
We were standing underneath the Wrigley’s sign
So far away from home
Well I know I’ve got to roam
That’s what makes the Irish heart beat
(from Van Morrison’s “What Makes the Irish Heart Beat”)
Parklife has Guinness. Also James Joyce.
Just had one at Parklife poured properly with a shamrock on top.
You will have a four day weekend to enjoy it late