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    Happy St. Patties day for all you green wearing people.

    I am not Irish but it is a big day in our house, my daughters birthday, I think we are going out for green drinks tonight, whatever that means.

    A few years ago she had Patty O'Green tattooed on her shoulder

    Not this exact image but close.
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    Carl - give her a big ole warm hug from me for her B DAY. and be careful on the green drinks they make you see green elephants. lol


    • #3
      Green drinks

      Carl...first let me wish your daughter a very happy birthday!!! Now I have two things to celebrate today. I forgot it's St. Paddy's day so now I have a good reason to go have a couple and shoot a little pool with the guys.
      If it don't fit, don't force it....get a bigger hammer!!


      • #4
        St Patrick's Day was yesterday for us folks. We all done the green hair bit at the school where I work. Great fun! Thank goodness there's no photos!
        Cheers. Teresa .


        • #5
          Tell her Happy Birthday!!!
          It's my 27th Wedding Anniversary also! Turns out to be a Great Day!

          Best of Wishes!
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