Saint Paddy’s Day T-shirt

Saint Patricks Day T-shirt

March 17 marks the celebration of St Patrick’s Day. So to celebrate, I thought I would finally work on my St. Paddy’s t-shirt design that has been running in my head. Gone are my green beer days and feeling the need to stand in a crowd of 400 in a bar that usually holds 20. I guess when you are single, these things are more tempting.

Astute readers will notice something that I purposefully did wrong in my design. Can you point it out??

Do you celebrate the holiday and if so what do you do??

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51 Responses to “Saint Paddy’s Day T-shirt”

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  1. Bschooled says:

    You left some beer in his glass?

    Tell me, or I won’t be able to sleep tonight! (I’m not kidding.)

  2. Sheila Deeth says:

    Four-leafed clover? I like it.

  3. GrumpyGeek says:

    His shirt appears to be yellow near the lapels, but at the cuff it’s white.

  4. Friggin Loon says:

    Another excuse to drink…cheers πŸ™‚

  5. Georgr says:

    I really like this design, Bearman. Maybe it’s the vibrant colors. πŸ™‚

    My guess was that his mug needed refilling badly, but I see that wasn’t it.

  6. MidwestMom says:

    I will mix green food coloring into the pancake batter and make green pancakes for my kids. and then we make shamrock shaped cookies when they come home from school. But other than that we do nothing special.

  7. susispice says:

    i wouldve said the beer glass is nearly empty. a true irish man wouldve got a new beer by now lol

  8. jill says:

    great design! we’re having corned beef and cabbage tonight in celebration. I’ll also wear something green!

  9. lynn says:

    so i rish to have another is yours? cool, i love it! i didnt notice the 4 leaf clover until you mentioned it. guess the luck of the irish will be with you today! happy st patrick’s day bearman!

  10. Nate Fakes says:

    Nice!

    Just got back into town from Kansas, so I’m off for some kegs n’ eggs very soon!

  11. Bo Lumpkin says:

    I’m not Irish and I don’t drink so this is just another one of “those” days for me.
    You done real good on yer drawin’ though.

  12. Dan says:

    The only thing wrong with the shirt is that I’m not wearing it at a bar right now . . .

  13. Tracy Brady says:

    I celebrate by thanking my poor grandmother for taking a chance on that lone broke a$$ Irishman I have to call Granda. “Happy Saint Paddy’s Papa!”

  14. jynksie says:

    Now THATS clever!! Thats why you have merchandise and I don’t! You have the knack!!

  15. Finally, a motto I can take to heart.

  16. Tony says:

    Great design. I saw Sheila’s answer but wouldn’t have ever picked it. I only noticed that his glass wasn’t full enough

    • Bearman says:

      But was it almost empty or just not yet refilled? Optimist or Pessimist?

      • Tony says:

        It had been enjoyed to the max & he was awaiting a refill, see how optimistic I can be.
        However…
        Pessimists are less often disappointed when things go wrong because they expected the worst anyway…
        But, if something does go right for them it’s an unexpected bonus

  17. WriterDood says:

    Four leave clovers seem normal to me. We used to look for them in a field near my house and they were everywhere. In fact, it was hard to find a three leaf clover there.

    Anyway, I normally celebrate St. Patty’s day by getting completely trashed on green beer. But today I forget to even where something green. I hope my kids remembered. School sucks when you don’t wear green. Of course, half my son’s shirts are green anyway, so he’s got a fifty fifty chance of being okay.

    • Bearman says:

      Four leaf clovers are Rare here. I think the typical st paddys day clover is 3 (aka shamrock). Something to do with St Patrick using it to teach the trinity or something like that.

  18. danineteen says:

    It was the clover? I was thinking it was the “I-rish” :S

  19. Before I met my wife I had never even seen a real 4 leaf clover (despite having spent the majority of my youth and well beyond looking for one). Annabelle finds one just about every other day though. She doesn’t even have to try. I don’t get it. As usual. πŸ™‚



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