…..and this glass of Guinness.
I still save the tiny marshmallows for last, whenever I have a bowl of Lucky Charms….
I’ll have to pull out my orange shirt.
On Saint Paddy’s Day, we’re ALL Irish! LOL
No Irish blood, but I still celebrate it because it’s my birth day.
He’s not the only one thinking about cereal. https://www.comicskingdom.com/hi-and-lois
M’lady dont’cha know that on St. Patty’s Day, EVERYONE’S just a wee bit Irish? ;d
Any excuse to find a reason feed his face.
Our parish priest would tell Ralph “His name is Patrick”.
None of the Irish pubs here will deliver corned beer and cabbage via Door Dash, Uber Eats, and other delivery services.
In school we had to wear green or suffer the consequences. Now that my wife and I are working from home, I wonder if we still have to wear green to work.
by golly…you’ll be bouncing off the walls like a leprechaun if you eat all of that…
He has an Irish stomach, and that’s enough.
Should just eat it straight out of the box, Ralph!
If you celebrate someone else’s birthday as if it was your own (Christmas) then you can celebrate St Patrick’s day even if you’re not Irish. So there.
Everyone has a bit of Irish on st.pattys day
They’re magically delicious.
Ralph has no Irish ancestry? That’s a surprise.
Yep, all it takes is a bowl of Lucky Charms and a……………glass of green beer!
There are only two kinds of people today. Those who are green and those who are green with envy.
Everybody is Irish on St Patrick’s Day. “Erin go bragh”……..
My family are all Irish, So I am too. Begora!!
We celebrate for the Irish, Because of the Irish, With the Irish and because if we don’t that little Leprechaun will get mad at you and that wouldn’t be nice.
They`re magically delicious!
But EVERYBODY is Irish one day a year!
You mean entire box of Lucky Charms, don’t you, Ralph?
And for the full experience, he’s usin’ Irish whiskey instead of milk.
I’ve got about 9% Irish genes. Hey, it counts.
Cause they’re magically delicious
My daughter loves that we’re Irish. Green is her favorite color. She was so disappointed when I informed her my family comes from the ORANGE side of the island. We’re all still under “John Bull’s tyranny”.
I’ve never had corned beef and cabbage. But I’ve had Guinness.
Shamrocks have 3 leaves.
No Irish blood, but I bought a green t-shirt that says “Who needs luck, I have charm!”
My known ancestry is 3% Norman French, 97% Swedish. I claim that at least one of my Viking ancestors visited Ireland and brought home a two-legged souvenir.
Everyone is Irish on St. Paddy’s Day!!!
When they came out, I tried Lucky Charms. YUCK!
June 19, 2015