#4 Posted on 17.3.05 0919.35 Reposted on: 17.3.12 0923.27
Originally posted by The GoonToday, we're all a little bit Irish.
The plan is to cut out from work early and hit the Seanachie, a gorgeous Irish pub near my house. Not within stumbling distance, sadly.
I'm missing all the good parties today thanks to work...including running karaoke at the most non-Irish bar I can think of (while the rest of my ACW-NWA WI buddies drink out of a keg in their poolside hotel room at the local HoJo's w/ a kickass Irish bar)...and then going back to work 2 1/2 hours later.
Sometimes it sucks to be me...but only on days that end in "Y."
Since: 12.1.02 From: Indianapolis, IN; now residing in Suffolk, VA
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#10 Posted on 20.3.05 0213.08 Reposted on: 20.3.12 0217.07
Heehee, St. Patrick's Day. The day that my boss (a former Marine) says is one of two holidays in which he's legally entitled to drink (the other being the Marine Corps Birthday). Not that he doesn't drink during the other 363 days of the year, God love him.
#11 Posted on 20.3.05 1523.33 Reposted on: 20.3.12 1523.45
Originally posted by ekedolphinHeehee, St. Patrick's Day. The day that my boss (a former Marine) says is one of two holidays in which he's legally entitled to drink (the other being the Marine Corps Birthday). Not that he doesn't drink during the other 363 days of the year, God love him.
Okay, I finally figured it out. Being the only guy to post in the St. Patrick's Day thread three days later - or ANY day that isn't St. Patrick's Day - combined with your most recent set of replies is a *lot* like wearing a sign saying "LOOK AT ME, IT'S LATE SATURDAY NIGHT AND WHERE AM I? I'M *HERE*! I'M POSTING IN SIX DAY OLD THREADS!" I'm sure you don't even need ME to bring you to the obvious conclusion. ;-) Aaaaaaaand I'm closing THIS thread.
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