Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Happy St. Patrick's Day



First a little drinking humor...

An unhappy man walks into a bar and orders six double vodkas.

The bartender lines up six shot glasses and pours six double vodkas.

The man drinks them one after the other. Then he orders six more.

The bartender pours the next round but feels sorry for the man and says, "Look, man, nothing can be so bad that it would cause you to drink like this."

The unhappy man starts throwing back one drink after the other and when he's done, he says, "Oh yeah. Well you'd drink too, if you had what I have."

Concerned and curious, the barterder asks, "What do you have?"

"A dollar twenty-nine." says the man.

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And I'll leave you with an Irist toast...

"May your heart be light and happy,
May your smile be big and wide,
And may your pockets always have
a coin or two inside!"

9 comments:

sue said...

We're not Irish but my husband and I enjoyed a nice lunch of corned beef and cabbage today at a neighborhood restaurant.

Ananda girl said...

Great big grin and lots of giggles!
Thanks cube. That was great.

nanc said...

"If you are lucky enough to be Irish, then you are lucky enough."

HAPPY ST. PADDY'S DAY, O'CUBE!

citizen of the world said...

A happy St. Patrick's Day to you, too!

jan said...

Love Irish humor and drinking jokes but I guess both are not politically correct any more. Which makes them even funnier.

dmarks said...

"And I'll leave you with an Irish toast..."

I'm guessing that the same principle as Irish coffee works here. But I am not sure if the bread is to be soaked in whiskey before or after it is toasted.

Chuck said...

I'm mostly a mutt but I am about half Irish.

I worked today and as the night shift was coming on we talked about the night they are likely to have. Good times.

Brooke said...

May the wind be always at your back and the sun shine sweetly on your face, Cube!

gecko said...

I'll try that next time I go to the pub,,lol!
A belated Happy St Paddy's Day to you all.