Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Your Turn

Under normal circumstances, do you like St. Patrick's Day or Cinco de Mayo better?

33 comments:

MyDogSmiles said...

St. Patrick's Day. Tequila makes me nuts lol

Trapped said...

Neither

Taika Naptiti said...

Cinco de Mayo. Too many drunk bros on Pattys Day.

Blaise said...

Both are just another day to me but I like seeing people celebrate life and take some joy in this wicked world.

sandybrook said...

I like cinco de mayo food better than Irish (real Irish) food. I can't stand Guinness and really don't like drinking tequila very much. I like mariachi bands over bagpipers

Tricia13 said...

This year Cinqo b/c it, at least happened. ST Pats is cancelled everywhere and that is sad (Half ☘️) because it’s truly an institution,especially in NYC.

Chippy Hick said...

Too many plastic paddys on St Pats Day. Also gets on my nerves that St George's day celebrations in UK are not half as big as St Pat's day in UK ... no national pride for Brits but no probs if your Great Great Great Great Granddaddy's brother from another lover came from the old country...put that shamrock tee on and drink like you never left Dublin...

Thia said...

St. Patrick's Day. Love the green hair, nails, beer, etc. Although, Cinco de Mayo does have tacos.

ElCartero said...

Cinco de Mayo, just because the food's better.

cheesegrater15 said...

This

Zebra Seasoning said...

St. Patrick's Day. I have Irish roots. ;)

Shaddup Mimsey said...

St Paddy's day. Love corned beef and cabbage.

Humor Me said...

St. Patrick's Day - my great grandmother's family is Irish.
I can eat tacos any time.....

Aquagirl said...

Cinco de Mayo!!!

Do Tell said...

St. Patty's. I don't pay any attention to Cinco de Mayo, I think that's largely observed by Latino/Hispanic communities. St. Patrick's is mainstream.

Vita said...

Both are fun now, but I grew up in an area where St. Patrick's Day was more celebrated.

incrediblegecko said...

St. Patrick's Day not even a contest. Sláinte

Flashy Vic said...

Never celebrated either. I'd never heard of the Mexican onr until a couple of years ago. And Mexicans are a tad thin on the ground around here anyway.

SeijnSei said...

Cinco de Mayo. Way better food (and I'm part Irish).

Todd said...

Cinco de Mayo

Unknown said...

Happy St. Pat's Day from a good Irish lass and "May you all live to comb gray hair". (Yeats)

ZZZedMaster said...

God knows I can't stand the micks. So I'll gladly take cinco de mayo over st dummy's day.

fionafab said...

For the first time in 258 years, there was NO St. Patrick's Day Parade today in New York City. There are echoes of Bagpipes along 5th Avenue. You hear the strains of the Irish songs when the winds blow. Believe me, Irish eyes aren't smiling today. All the Pubs are closed. Restaurants are open but it's take out only. Famous, beloved eating places are closing for good. NYC is now just a small town with no fun involved. The events that made people want to live here are temporarily gone. Will it ever return to normal? We can only pray for the hundreds of thousands of men and women who are now unemployed with no income. Since most are illegal aliens, there will be an exodus back to the Motherland very soon. Many are my personal friends. Pray!

Shazadelic said...

Please don't call it St Pattys.

T. W. said...

I’m black but I got Irish ancestry so I’m going with St. Paddy.

Ann said...

St Patrick's Day.

dix said...

St Patricks Day. They don't really celebrate Cinco de Mayo here in the south. At least not in the part I live in.

Brayson87 said...

You know what they say, drinking holidays are for amateurs, when the pros go drinking any day can be St Patrick's Day or Cinco de Mayo. I guess I like all the green stuff for St Patrick's Day.

Do Tell said...

I'll call it SPD instead then. Because less typing.

OKay said...

I really don't get involved in either.

Fifi LaRue said...

Funny! That's a reminder of the character on Ray Donovan who's black and Irish. Black Irish. Priceless!

VC said...

Definitely St. Patrick’s Day. But always celebrate on both!

Mrs Libnish said...

Cinco de Mayo, better food and drinks.

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