St. Patrick Was Not Irish (or a Patrick)

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Did you know St. Patrick wasn't Irish??? And wasn't a Patrick?

Also, did you know there weren't really any snakes in Ireland?

And St Patrick's original color wasn't green, it was blue.

And the U.S. has MORE Irish people than Ireland, yep it's true.

In modern celebrations of St. Patrick’s Day, revelers wear green, eat and drink green foods and turn everything they can dye green. This tradition is said to commemorate St. Patrick’s use of the shamrock in his religious teaching, but didn’t really become a part of his feast celebration until the 19th century. In reality, St. Patrick wore blue.

Read More: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About St. Patrick’s Day | http://thefw.com/things-you-didnt-know-about-st-patricks-day/?trackback=tsmclip
In modern celebrations of St. Patrick’s Day, revelers wear green, eat and drink green foods and turn everything they can dye green. This tradition is said to commemorate St. Patrick’s use of the shamrock in his religious teaching, but didn’t really become a part of his feast celebration until the 19th century. In reality, St. Patrick wore blue.

Read More: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About St. Patrick’s Day | http://thefw.com/things-you-didnt-know-about-st-patricks-day/?trackback=tsmclip

Here's a cool article about things you didn't know about St Patty's day:

http://thefw.com/things-you-didnt-know-about-st-patricks-day/