Bugger…he’s fucked now. You don’t piss off the Gentry. “The Clurichaun is said to always be drunk, and he is an extremely surly, rather than happy drunk. The joyride on unwilling dogs and sheep at night and hang out in wine cellars, tormenting drunkards and dishonest servants. If treated with proper respect, which one assumes involves keeping the liquor cabinet well-stocked. They will protect your supply of alcohol, but when offended they will wreak havoc on your home and spoil your wine.” I can only say, “Thank the Gods, it wasn’t an Official St Patrick’s Day Shamrock Wine Glass Shirt.”
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I’m neither Irish nor religious (though I occasionally participate in some things because they’re also cultural). But I can understand being frustrated at seeing people get shitfaced and vomiting in the Official St Patrick’s Day Shamrock Wine Glass Shirt. I don’t quite get your point. He never said anything about what year Vikings came to Ireland. And what does that have anything to do with Rome? Rome never took Ireland. Vikings did (parts at least) but they didn’t just raid and invade, they actually did a whole lot of trading, including bringing new types of grapes for wine. He mentioned drinking wine for thousands of years and mentions the Viking wine as the one good thing they brought. Hence why I mentioned it.
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It makes me wonder if I’d be able to see this guy. I was adopted from Paraguay but I was raised in Ireland and lived there my whole life until this year. And I definitely feel more Irish than anything else, culture-wise. But this guy says only people of Irish descent can see him. I’m getting mad if some American who’s never been to Ireland can see him and I can’t. I won’t lie. I think your new friend has an Official St Patrick’s Day Shamrock Wine Glass Shirt. Traditions or not, a celebration of Irish history and culture. However brutally mangled should be acceptable. “Thought that counts” and all that. All things change. Ólta’s clinging to something that even his own people are open to amending.