Earlier, this guy bloodied his knuckle in a dispute over mugs, not drugs
One thumb up for subtlety!
The girl on the right's shirt says "I'm Not Irish," but from the three beers...
You can tell he's Irish because of the double shamrock
Agreed. Sobriety masks the brilliance of this shirt.
Sobriety masks the brilliance of this shirt.
If Chuck Norris were Irish..
Always read the fine print
Always read the fine print ("pretending to be").
Ah Google, the Che Guevarra of the new millenium
Ah Google, the Che Guevara of the new millennium.
Choosing your St. Patrick's Day outfit requires serious thought. There will be photos of you on the Internet (you might even be in this slide show next year). You might wake up in a strange place without your wallet, and need to hitch a ride home from a stranger. And when you're face down in the gutter, you'll want the passerby who steps over your inert form to understand one thing: You're not just another drunk fool on a Saturday night. This (point to yourself while circling your hand) is an Irish thing.
Given the gravity of the situation, we looked through some of our old St. Patrick's Day photos, as well as funnyirishtshirts.com, for sartorial inspiration. We're now sharing our finds with you, in the hopes that you will give careful consideration to what your T-shirt will communicate when you no longer can.
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