Tuesday, March 3, 2009

You're always after me lucky charms!

In honor of St. Patrick's Day (which isn't until March 17th I know, but I wanted to get a head start), I'm making a little post of the Irish! I even decided to change my background for the month. And now is where I admit how retarded I am. After I went to the website and picked out what I deemed to be a rather cute "Kiss Me, I'm Irish" style, emphasis on the "IRISH" part of it, I thought to myself, "Now I need to get some pictures of other things Scotland has brought us besides St. Patrick's Day!" and proceeded to Google images of the few Scottish things I could think of. I didn't put it together until I decided to add a picture of a leprechaun and I thought, "Wait a second, leprechauns are Irish, not Scottish." Duh. So it is now your opportunity to enjoy not only a few pictures of things from Ireland, the true originator of St. Patty's Day, but of dear Scotland as well, because I already found these 3 pictures and wanted to post them.

Ireland has brought us many wonderful things, including:

(1) Assured good luck if you can but find the elusive 4 leaf clover

(2) Irish Wolfhounds, a dog that could easily double as a pony

(3) Adorable little leprechauns and their pots of magical gold

Scotland has also brought many wonders to the world, including:

(1) Kilts and bagpipes, a brave and CLEARLY sexy fashion combo

(2) Adorable, silly little Highland cows

(3) And who could forget Nessie, the fabulous Lady of Loch Ness


Hollie said...

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA! That my dear friend was hecka funny!!!! I loved it! Two things...Austin Powers could have been mention for Scotland and Ireland! One yer always after me lucky charms. And two...Fat B in a kilt! Hmm!

Britney said...

I could not be happier right now! Finally a post after 3 and a half months! Good thing I am your neighbor or I would have wondered if you were alive! But I love the Irish/Scotish themed post. I also love Lucky Charms!

Alyssa Gunter said...

Um why are those silly children looking up that man's kilt is what I want to know?! Your post was definitely worth the wait! Go Ireland! And Scotland I guess.