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    How will you celebrate St. Patrick's Day?

    alligirl
    Fri Mar 15, 2013 9:04 am
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    There's a little Irish in everyone, which is what makes St. Patrick's Day such a great holiday!

    Here are some of the fabulous drinks I found to share with you; which will you make?

    To tickle your taste buds!
    Everyone's fave! Copycat Mcdonald's Shamrock Shake #113457


    Another classic - Bailey's Irish Coffee #212682


    Or this - Lucky Leprechaun #57684


    Is it warm in your region? These may be appropriate - Frozen Grasshopper #55384


    Lucky Leprechaun Lime Drink #160060


    Something a little different for you? This is IT! Irish Margarita #290151


    Hope that gives you some ideas! Here are all St. Patrick's Day drink recipes



    May you alway walk in sunshine.
    May you never want for more.
    May Irish angels rest their wings right beside your door.
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