Happy St. Patrick's Day

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  1. IrishRover

    IrishRover Active Member

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    I just wanted to wish everyone a HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY !!

    May your bowl always be full!
    Slainte!
     
  2. Cobra

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    And a Happy St. Patrick's Day to you sir. I'm on my first bowl of the day, some Erinmore Flake in a Peterson Kinsale XL24 as I type this. After breakfast, I'm off to the store for some Bailey's Irish Cream for later this evening. Everyone have a great day. :bing:
     
  3. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Feliz Navidad!

    Mmmm....warm Guinness, The Quiet Man on the tube, and Irish Flake in a Pete. Sounds like a plan!
     
  4. Mister Moo

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    Good day, Matt. May we all meet again in Tir na nÓg.
     
  5. Puff The Magic

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    Happy Leprechaun day to every "Irishman/Irishwoman"..............we're all Irish today aren't we??? :)

    Peterson show this Fri & Sat, so I'll be hitting the show one of the days.

    Plan on smoking some Pete Sherlock Holmes and maybe some Connoisseur's Choice and Sunset Breeze........may even get to burning some 3P. Have a grand day everyone!

    :velho:
    Ed Puff!
    cogito ergo puff
     
  6. Mington

    Mington Well-Known Member

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    Happy St. Patty's Day all.
    Be safe.
    Are you wearing green?
    ;)
    The (new) wife is making me corned beef and cabbage for din. Yum! My fav.
    (The old wife could barely make Kraft mac and cheese. Hence the word "old").
    Oh..I am picking up some Guiness Stout on the way home.
    Screw green beer! :beerhat:
     
  7. MakDragon

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    Happy St Patrick's Day to all as well! Got my new Peterson St Patrick's Day 2011 pipe and ready for some Fr Dempsey's Toby from Kramer's Tobacco, having a "few" Guiness this evening and a possible "sick day" tomorrow! Remember.....March the 17th.... sleep the 18th....
     
  8. t-bear

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    And a very happy Saint Paddy's Day to y'all!
    This from Just For Him in Springfield (I get their news letter):

    Peterson Pipe Show!!
    Thursday, March 17th on St. Patrick's Day from noon 'til 7PM we will be having a Peterson Pipe Show! All Peterson Pipes will be 20% off and all Peterson Tin Tobaccos will be 10% off. We will also be having Corned Beef & Cabbage and beer!

    I wish I could attend! Big family get-together today...heading down to the river and a visit to the old mill. Will be taking plenty of tobacco and a few pipes....and wearin' me green! (the grandkids pinch).....
     
  9. daveinlax

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    Bah Humbug! Just another day here. I don't even plan on having cabbage soup and green beer. :bling:
     
  10. jhe888

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    I could kick myself for not putting my Peterson St. Patrick's Day bulldog in my pocket today. It is an ordinary Pete bulldog with orange, white and green spacers at the end of the shank.

    Slainte!
     
  11. Schmitz Bitz

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    Happy St. Pattys to you all!

    Just loaded up my first attempt at breathing new life into an estate - an "Irish Bent", that, as far as I can tell, is a Pete 303 System second with a bowl of Irish Flake to celebrate.
    Can't wait for the clock to pass noon, so I can start in on this bottle of Jamesons staring at me from across the room. Perhaps just a nip in my coffee...
     
  12. ChrisD

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    Happy St. Paddy's day everyone!!! :cheers:

    My Peterson 303 will get a go later, but not sure what to pack, got unopened tins of Irish Flake and Old Dublin so it's a tough choice !
     
  13. MakDragon

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    Hey! It's 2:07pm here in Pennsylvania.... since your post reached here, then by association it is after noon! Drink up and Slainte! Besides, to quote a famous Parrot head....."It's 5 o'clock somewhere"
     
  14. jayf

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    Back at you,
    Jayf
     
  15. Strongirish

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    I am smoking my St Pat's day Pete, Petersons Irish Flake and drinking Irish Barry's tea so I guess I am celebrating it right this morning. Top of the Day mates!
     
  16. Wicklow

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    Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone!

    And remember - Friends don't let friends drink green beer, they hand them a Guinness Draught instead! Be well my friends :cheers:
     
  17. David L

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    My wife and I just got back from Dublin.....beautiful place and lovely people! I would love to be there today! :alc: Cheers!
     
  18. Cobra

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    I'm jealous. :bigyellowgrin: :bigyellowgrin:
     
  19. yinyang

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    Me too! I'd go for the scenery and stay because I'd be too damned drunk to remember how to leave!
     
  20. Jay

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    smoking a grabow dublin. Does that count. Me thinks YES! But wearing red shirt and blue jeans oh well. I'm not Irish anyway. the wife made corned beef (good) and Cabbage (bad).

    Cheers all
     
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