Friday, March 17, 2006

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!



Bless your little Irish heart…
and every other Irish part.


Cheers from all your Irish friends …



Double Trouble! - Keith Duffy (our Ciaran McCarthy) and Colin Farrell




The Oirish Girl – Louise Hazel




Fair Play - Jim McDonald




And MJ. Here’s to my ancestors who immigrated to Canada from Tipperary, Ireland in 1840.

And here's to all of you!

15 comments:

John said...

Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone!

I'm wearing my somewhat green cardigan that I bought, well, Scotland.

John said...

"bought" = "bought in"

Need to finish my Tim Horton's before commenting.

Jacqueline said...

My Dutch/French/Scottish self toasts all you Irish Corrie Canucks!

Jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimm!!! Jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmm!!!

Pamer said...

Here's to women's kisses,
and to whiskey, amber clear;
Not as sweet as a woman's kiss,
but a darn sight more sincere!

Sláinte

Pamer said...

My Irish/Dutch/German/Belgian self toasts you lot...now I'm orf fer sum sweet water o' life (uisce beatha)

Jacqueline said...

Fun fact about Glacia...the first two Mr. Glacias (yeah, we're on Mr.Glacia III now) were from the Emerald Isle.

GoBetty said...

I am almost 100% Irish but can't stands the Guinness. Maybe one of these days I'll get the hang of it. And ladies, don't sleep with Colin Farrell unless you want a disease.

Pamer said...

GB: Maybe try Guiness as a Black and Tan or a Half and Half to try and ease your way into it.

For me it's more of a social drink. If I am out to get boosted then it's Labatt 50 or something similar. know what I mean Vern?

Jacqueline said...

I used to drink Guiness just to prove I could.

Now I stick to germany pilsners and stongbow.

John said...

I must be weird. I love stouts.

MJ said...

John: That makes two of us.

Pamer said...

I love the stouts too. Especially around xmas time when the LCBO brings out a whole slew of different ones from England...OAtmeal stouts, chocolate stouts...mmmm yummy

GoBetty said...

My neighbour works for Diageo - the company that manages the brand of Guinness in Canada. Her job, today, is to be in bars drinking Guinesses and encouraging others to do so. Today is like Chrismtas for Guinness and all those related to it.

Jacqueline said...

Betty.

no.

that is NOT a real job.

mare said...

I am wearing all manner of green. Socks and undies, t-shirt and emerald green velour track pants and hoodie. I was a hit at work.

I thought brand infiltration and guerilla marketing stuff like that was more the stuff of sitcoms.