1. "For th'last time. I am NOT Magically Delicious."
2. "Who wants to see my shillelagh and kiss me Blarney Stone?"
3. "That's right. Give to Sinn Fein and nothing will happen when you start your car tomorrow."
4. "Check out 'Erin Goes Bragh-less' in the second row over there."
5. Pepe thought a St. Patrick's Day Parade was the perfect place to hide from the INS. The sombrero was a dead giveaway though.
Three guesses as to why the Leprechaun is smiling and the Bishop has a green beard! - Cybrludite
"And over here, we have the Ulster wing of the gay parade." - David Simon (Where when Patrick says to Gerald, "Let's go blow some Protestants," it has a totally different meaning.) - V
From the looks of some of the participants, you can definitely see that the potato famine is over. - David Simon
And over here, a Tennessee Vol is getting the crap beat out of him with the traditional shillelagh. Next time back ND or BC, @$$wipe. - Submariner
David Simon said...
k.d. lang isn't Irish, but any excuse to dress up in drag will do. - David Simon
"I wish I would've remembered that this getup didn't have a zipper before I pounded all that Guiness." - - David Simon
"Well skin me shillelagh and take me pot 'o gold, Bishop! Look at the smelly pirate hookers we overlooked Thursday last..". . - Submariner
That ain't Waldo, Bishop! That's the long lost Prough91! - Submariner
The Boston Celtics hold the dubious distinction of having the queerest fans in professional sports. - David Simon
I think Irish prostitutes would get more action if they could figure out how to spell "lay." - David Simon
Nothing to see here folks; just Joseph Smith in a green suit and sombrero marching with a drunk Bishop - searching for "large American breasts" to give beads to. Move along, now... - Submariner
(I'm very tired and drained today, for various reasons, none of them particularly interesting. I'm just gonna caption light, and frequently update the Best of... I've also never been really into St. Patrick Day. Has anyone ever noticed there's a direct correlation between an ethnic group's stereotypical association with drunkenness and violence and the likelihood that they get their own parade-infested national holiday? Don't get me wrong, I think the Irish rock, I find them among the most lively, interesting, and physically attractive nationalities. I am just acknowledging that the stereotype exists. My ancestry is Swiss, but there are no annual parades for fancy knives and really accurate watches. Sorry for the rant, I'm just really tired. Photo: Brandy Baker. Detroit News Photoblog. I disclaim everything.