Happy St. Patrick's day

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I'm a Lithuanian with a Celtic (sometimes) first name and my workplace associated color is green, so maybe in some twisted way I have a trace of Irish in me, LOL??
 
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Quarter Irish, grandma's maiden name was Kelly. Family was from Derry County Ireland. Would love to get over there someday, although I don't think I would understand a darn word they said. Had to stop watching Peaky Blinders because it didn't have subtitles.
 
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Not to be a Paddy's Day downer but Gunniess Stout is a horrid pint!

Have a Mackeson's Triple then you'll know what a real stout is laddie!

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My wife is half Irish. We made our corned beef last weekend. She cooks it in the oven and adds extra spices. Comes out great! It was a really good corned beef this year. We're very picky about our corned beef. Hate when it's too fatty. Love a nice lean flat cut. We have it with Brussels sprouts instead of cabbage.

I talk to some folks in Ireland on a weekly basis through my work. They were excited to be off work today. Not so excited that the pubs are closed.
 
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^^^ The Deutschlander in me loves left over corned beef that has been refrigerated for a day or so then sliced for sandwiches, aka Reuben! (y)
 
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