How To Celebrate St Patrick’s Day When You Don’t Drink…


You watch Boondock Saints of course!

It’s the cult classic starring The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus, Sean Patrick Flanery, Willem Dafoe and Billy Connelly.

It’s a movie of crap Irish accents, guns, and rosary beads. But man, Norman and Sean sure are cute.

Happy St Patrick’s Day, everyone. If you are hitting the Guinness, please do so responsibly.

5 thoughts on “How To Celebrate St Patrick’s Day When You Don’t Drink…

    1. You so should see the Boondock Saints. And the sequel. Yes, they made a sequel. The cool thing about this film is that it never made it to the cinemas!

      I’m not a drinker, Tom. I’ll have a glass to shut up Mr Thomas ( as a Welshman he finds it difficult to come to terms with the fact he’s married a non-drinker) and I don’t mind the odd gin and tonic. But it has to be a half measure because my tolerance for alcohol is very, very low. I’d probably, on average, have one or two glasses of drink per month. A part of me thinks I should not drink all together because it’s easier to say I don’t drink than, ‘I drink sometimes, rarely, and then only half a glass.’

      I don’t enjoy the sensation of alcohol and, yes, I’m gonna say it, I don’t really see the point. I’d rather have a cup of coffee. And more often then not, I do. The only time I ever get stick for my lack of drinking habit is when I’m in the UK every year. No one over there trusts me.


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