Why do Americans celebrate St Patrick's Day, when none of them have any Irish bones in their bodies?
Americans are English and Welsh. Shouldn't they celebrate St George's Day or St David's Day or something?
Canadians (well the remaining white ones) are French and Scottish AND Irish. So if anything, white Canadians would celebrate that holiday.
Yes, if you pick up a history book, you'd learn that England colonized America (New England) and France Scotland and Ireland all colonized Canada. Also, America was founded by and named after a Welshman.
- GEORGE BLv 75 months agoFavorite Answer
"..... when none of them have any Irish bones in their bodies."
Your posting fails for that false assertion.
- Anonymous4 months ago
There are more people of IRISH decent in the US than there are in Ireland. Red Hair and freckles too.
- 5 months ago
Um the Irish immigrated to the U.S. as well? lol
- BlondeLv 75 months ago
It’s tradition. EVERYONE is Irish ☘️ on Saint Patrick’s Day. Just wear green and hush. Or else you run the risk of getting ‘pinched’. Stop fighting American holidays! CONFORM, DAMIT. *hands a shot of Baily’s
My family is Pennsyvania Dutch. Zero English or Irish. We are German/Swiss.
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- BrianLv 75 months ago
Gosh, why do we celebrate Cinco de Mayo? Maybe if you could connect St. George/David with alcohol, you'd have a winner.
- MarkLv 75 months ago
When are you to stop posting this drivel? 2050, maybe?
- The TaxpayerLv 75 months ago
And 'top o' the mornin' to you laddy" .....native american