May you not get so drunk,
That you act like a punk,
Turn into a dick,
And get violently sick,
May you not get so shitty,
You’re unable to stand,
And if ye be English,
Get the fuck off my land!
Posted by Bill McMorrow on March 15, 2012 in Comedy, Humor and tagged Comedy, Drinking prayer, England out of Ireland, Humor, Irish, Irish Toast, St. Patricks Day, Toasts.
Thanks Ma. As always, mothers love is not only appreciated but perhaps subconciously sought after. I actually almost ended it with “Get the feck off my land”, Hahaha.. Congratulations on the new gig, again. Well deserved.
aw, your welcome. and i see clowny’s here. so, all is well in the land! and thank you for those very kind words, good sir.
True story. St. Patrick’s Parade. 2009.
My son is 4.5. We thought it’d be nice for him to see… Until he kept asked me why people acted funny the way I was acting funny at night (back in the days when I used to drink).
It was his last St.Patty’s Parade… Kids see everything.
They really do.. I remember going to the parade in South Boston when I was about 5 or 6 and saw 2 drunk guys beat the the shit out of another drunk guy with a glass cane or pole from across the street.At least I remember it as a glass cane. Blood everywhere, it scared the hell out of me. I’ve never gone to another one. My wife is all pumped and jacked for the parade this Sunday though. That bitch. Hahaha, thanks clown.
Bill, truer words were ne’er said,
and if I lie, may God Strike me dead.
And now with time can pause to think
upon the havoc that comes with drink.
I hope, my friend, that you’re stalked up on comet,
‘Cause your bathroom tile I’ve adorned with vomit.
Hahaha, nice Smak. Except for the vomit. My wife shan’t be happy about that.
Reblogged this on Bill McMorrow and commented:
The great thing about writing a post about a specific day is you’ll never have to write another one. Just keep reblogging it. You’ll thank me next year. Happy Saint Patricks Day weekend to all the Drunky McStumblefucks out there.
Thank you. Or as the Irish would say , gracias.
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