Nothing is more fun than celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in an Irish Pub. Just remember there are rules:
The Bartender reserves the right to snicker at any personal matters disclosed.
ID’s will be checked for those who are unable to recall who they are.
All drinking is to be done with at least one hand on the glass and one foot on the floor…or vice versa.
Drinking between drinks is prohibited.
The bar does not serve one for the road, IF the road wants one, it can come in and get on.
Ice cube chewers will please confine themselves to the far corner of the room.
The bartender will explain on request to any nondrinker just what everyone else finds so hilarious.
Guests may try on lampshades, but under no circumstances are they to plug themselves in.
Those who drink for medical reasons may nurse their drinks, but they may not doctor them.
Any inhibitions lost here should be reported to the management.
Now go, wear somethings green, be Irish for one day and have fun. And if you are Irish every day, like my sweet husband, then you already knew all that.
Sláinte chuig na fir, agus go mairfidh na mná go deo
“Health to the men, and may the women live forever.”
Gosh, I love the Irish and their wisdom!