Thank you, St. Patrick, for gingers. That’s how this works, right?
— Andy Mientus (@andymientus) March 17, 2017
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 🍀🌈 – Carrie 💚 pic.twitter.com/ADGAkD8Lz7
— OutlanderHeadquarter (@OutlanderHQ) March 17, 2017
St. Patrick’s Day is the one day a year Patricks can dress like a total slut and no other Patricks can say anything about it
— “Sarah Schauer” (@SJSchauer) March 17, 2017
Ugh I’m the only one who showed up to work drunk this office has no St. Patrick’s Day spirit.
— SardonicTart (@SardonicTart) March 17, 2017
St. Patrick’s day??? More like “i swear if someone tries to pinch me, I’m gonna go off” tweet day
— Kay Mansell (@MansellKaylee) March 17, 2017
— Irish Archaeology (@irarchaeology) March 17, 2017
Have kids so instead of drinking green beer on St. Patrick’s day you can chaperone a 5th grade field trip and get drunk on learning.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) March 17, 2017
For St Patrick’s Day I’m gonna play that Irish drinking game where you start drinking and don’t stop until you feel the way Nick Nolte looks
— American Gent (@AmericanGent69) March 16, 2017
Bruce Banner: Don’t make me angry.
Me: But It’s St Patrick’s day and *pinches* you’re not wearing any green-
Me: -Oh never mind.
— Kiv Turloch (@kivtur) March 16, 2017
St. Patrick’s day is like the Valentine’s Day for people who love whiskey and bad decisions.
— Ben Viator (@benviator) March 16, 2017
Happy St Patrick’s Day, when we honor the patron saint of totally amateur alcoholics.
— John Fugelsang (@JohnFugelsang) March 17, 2017
— Ryan Bradley (@iamRyanBradley) March 17, 2017
“We have always found the Irish a bit odd. They refuse to be English.” – Winston Churchill#StPatricksDay
— Crimes of Britain (@crimesofbrits) March 17, 2017
Pres wanted Spicer to dress up as a leprechaun for #StPatricksDay & do WH briefing in costume. Advisors said no.
— Rogue WH Snr Advisor (@RogueSNRadvisor) March 17, 2017
#StPatricksDay May you be half an hour In heaven before the devil knows you’re dead & half an hour in the bar before they know ya left work
— Mark Critch (@markcritch) March 17, 2017