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  • 76 66
    Submitted by pennygirl on Mar 19, 10 at 11:14am

    Can you people GET A LIFE??? The post is HILARIOUS!

  • 71 63
    Submitted by HupYaBoyo on Mar 18, 10 at 6:21pm

    "Patty" is not commonly used as a shortened version of Patrick (at least, I've never heard of it used in Ireland), sometimes "Pat" is used, but it's usually "Paddy" which comes from the Irish for Patrick - "Padraic". Also, us Irish are refered to around the world as "Paddies", so it makes more sense for it to be known as Paddy's day. And by God, it was a fine one this year!!

  • 66 59
    Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 19, 10 at 1:37am

    I had one too!!!!

  • 69 70
    Submitted by greasynig on Mar 18, 10 at 10:44pm

    Wowww enough with the lame St pattys day texts. Irish suck as bad as nlggers !!! Blah

  • 66 64
    Submitted by timtim on Mar 18, 10 at 1:56pm

    firzt

  • 63 61
    Submitted by glowxworm on Mar 19, 10 at 6:32am

    sean? lmao why do i know this has to be you.

  • 74 85
    Submitted by johnolz on Mar 18, 10 at 2:02pm

    Oh dear god seriously!!!! St pattys day?!? PADDYS!!! You dumb yank!

  • 61 68
    Submitted by OMGIamhere on Mar 18, 10 at 3:37pm

    Well, it's Saint PATRICK'S day. Notice there is no "D" in the word Patrick.

  • 48 78
    Submitted by OMGIamhere on Mar 18, 10 at 3:39pm

    Also, 817 is in the South. Get your geography straight, darling.

    • 65 86
      Submitted by glowxworm on Mar 19, 10 at 6:33am

      it's the dallas/fort worth area.