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Centrally Located

Pen_alias on 17. Mar, 2019 — Lang: English

Centrally Located
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    To be fair, Saint Patrick was born in Britain, not Ireland. He was the first Primate of Ireland and he had no prehensile tail.

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    Everyone is Irish on Saint Patrick’s Day.

    And, since in order to be Irish you have to have been born in Ireland, it stands to reason that everywhere is Ireland on Saint Patrick’s Day.

    It doesn’t look anything like in the brochures.

    Tags:
    nothing of importance, St. Patricks Day
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Comments

  • MrTerrorKiller 22.3.2019
    Try being Irish in the desert.
  • cirkuz 19.3.2019
    I AM THE PRODUCT OF GENETIC ENGINERING....
  • NeoChomik 18.3.2019
    The travelling brochure is misleading i want a full refund
  • craigdragon 18.3.2019
    My father was Irish and born on St. Patricks day, talk about original on the part of my grand parents
  • MadameCercle 17.3.2019
    * * *
  • Quag54 17.3.2019
    I wasn't born in Ireland, but have Irish roots.
    My mum's mom came from Ireland when she was a teenager. My mom was born on St. Paddy's Day, too.

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