Re: A Toast to the Irish

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Posted by Clabert on March 16, 2000 at 08:53:48:

In Reply to: Re: A Toast to the Irish posted by Goody Sandy on March 16, 2000 at 06:22:11:

: : : Top o’ the mornin’ to ya:

: : : Here are a few Irish toasts to share with your friends and family on St. Pat’s day.

: : : May your glass be ever full.
: : : May the roof over your head be always strong.
: : : And may you be in Heaven half an hour before the devil knows you’re dead.

: : :
: : : Here’s to me, and here’s to you,
: : : And here’s to love and laughter,
: : : I’ll be true as long as you,
: : : And not one moment after.

: : :
: : : Here’s to a long life and a merry one.
: : : A quick death and an easy one.
: : : A roasted gnome and stewed one.
: : : A cold beer – and another one!

: : :
: : : May the roof about us never fall in
: : : And may we friends gathered below it never fall out.

: : :
: : : May you be poor in misfortune
: : : Rich in blessings
: : : Slow to make enemies
: : : Quick to make friends
: : : But rich or poor
: : : Quick or slow
: : : May you know nothing but happiness
: : : From this day forth.

: : : Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

: : : Best wishes,
: : : O’Goody McSandy

: : ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

: : Oooooooooo! Those are cool, McSandy. I can smell the Gnome stew now.............

: : Dana McS.

: Hi Dana McS:

: My mouth is watering thinking about a big bowl of Gnome stew and a mug of green tea.

: O'Goody McSandy
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All you good people will have to enjoy St. Pat`s Day without me. I have to be at the plant at 4:30am and I`ll be working all weekend. Oh, I can hear the music warmimg up at my favorite Pub in Houston now.

Clabert

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