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How Will You Spend St. Patrick’s Day?

As I mentioned last week, I’m having a completely different take on St. Patty’s Day this year. I plan to rock my green, pinch the rebels that aren’t rocking green, drink some green brew, and party. I found this pretty cool site that a lists of all St. Patrick’s Day parades and events, so I won’t miss a thing. Find out what’s going on in your city!

Yea, it might seem a little young or a little lame to some to partake in the festivities, but it can be done right and can be tons of fun! Here are few things I’m thinking:

  1. Green-themed St. Patrick’s Day house party: complete with Irish recipes, green and gold balloons, hats, beads, necklaces, etc.
  2. St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl: Ladies, rock a green boa, green pumps & for the guys we have the sweatbands for you and if you’re smart you’ll don a “Kiss Me I’m Irish” shirt.

Send a comment and share how you party!

St. Patrick's Day
St. Patricks Day Shamrock Irish Sweatbands – 2 Piece Set
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The St. Patrick’s Day Rules

I read this morning in an article something completely new to me. Apparently, if someone pinches you and you are wearing green, you have the right to pinch them back 10 times. All these years I have been mis-pinched and had no idea! I won’t make the same mistake this year.

3rd Power is a great atmosphere and I can wear whatever I like. I could come in dressed as Hulk Hogan if I wanted. Some companies aren’t as flexible, so you may have to throw on a green tie, some green cuff links, or rock out some other neat green accessories. Whatever you do, make sure you have on your green so you don’t have pinched. The great thing about this holiday is you are free to go as subtle or as wild as you like.

For those of you curious about the pinching tradition:
“One tradition is that the pinching started in the early 1700s, about the time that awareness of St. Patrick’s as a holiday came to the fore, too, in Boston (in the Massachusetts colony). If you wore green it made you invisible to the Leprechauns – else they were out to pinch anyone they could see. So the pinching was to warn you about the Leprechauns.”


Republic Of Ireland Flag 3′ x 5′ Irish (91.4 cm x 152.4 cm)
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3rd Power Outlet Goes Green