Mar 17, 2010

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Top o' the mornin' to ya!

Because I'm of Irish descent,
and because I love all holidays and corney music that goes along with them
(thanks to being raised by a kindergarten teacher mother
who makes a big deal out of every holiday and season to this day),
I bring you another "festive cheestastic" video:

*Remember to pause the blog's background music (bottom of screen) before viewing.*

Does anyone else feel like dancin' a wee jig?

Blog reader, teetotally (aka: TygerMag) sent me this in response to the video.
(This is what would've happened if the Irish nabbed Lucas instead of the Russians. haha!)
Thanks for the laugh, T. :)

May the luck of the Irish be with you today.
(And I hope you're all wearing green, or consider yourself pinched!)


flandersdreamer said...

Sooo cute!
Happy Saint Patrick's day to all our Irish friends out there!

mulubinba said...

LOL - the St Patrick Day Lucas is wonderful!!!

Starheart said...

Oh break out the guinness and green cupcakes. All our irish work colleagues left early today and told us to expect them in very late tomorrow morning if at all. Have a good one, all!

tyme_4_t said...

Loving the pic of Irished up Lucas!
Proudly wearing green today!

tyme_4_t said...

and I think the RA Fanstravaganza is like a big international slumber party!!! Lots of giggles and secret crushes (or not so secret)and talking about boys...well one boy with many different "character" traits!

bZirk said...

That's a great description. Yeah, a slumber party. All I know is I'm havin' a blast with it, and I haven't spent a nickel. LOL! Yet.

@Rob said...

I often feel like we are in the HS cafeteria gossping about boys. I truly believe that no matter what your age a 16 year old girl still lives in your heart.

Now that I got my :) for the day, I can get to work.

Thanks Nat!!!

Sue said...

I agree with Ragtag Richard should be supping a pint of Guinness! Not sure about the cup cakes but perhaps a bit of Irish soda bread (which I love)wouldn't be amiss. I wonder what Lucas North's background is? Do you think he may have a touch of the Irish about him? Alas being of Welsh descent myself I'll have to make do with a Daffodil or a Leek (as opposed to leak I hasten to add!). I'd rather share Richard's pint of Guinness (or should that be Vodka?)

Avalon said...

Lol, cute

Anonymous said...

Lucas says at some point in season 7 that he's from Cumbria. Hmmm. Awfully close to Ireland. (At least from my perspective. If it's typical of how other Europeans see it, those two place are worlds apart).

Thanks for the whimsical contribution, Nat. Where did the picture at 0:44 come from?

bZirk said...

Oh, Sue, you have to drink some Penderyn Whiskey if you're Welsh. :D

BTW, I'm a quarter Welsh, so I'll drink a little with you.

But then I'm also a quarter Irish, so maybe I'll chase that with some Guinness. LOL!

Phylly3 said...

Great new video Nat! LOL!
Love Lucas wearing the green! That's a hilarious picture by teetotally!
My ancestors are Irish (husband's too!) although they've been in Canada since before the famine, so we're quite a mix now!

virginie said...

yeehawww green Richie !!! Hahaah love this !

DEZMOND said...

happy St.Patrick's Day to you as well :) Love the green hat pic!

MaryKwizMiz said...

gah, I've been singing that song all day, sometimes even half loud in public.. got some looks .. and some Guinness in the pub :D

Anonymous said...

Lol Nat, love the Lucas pic!