The Truth Behind the St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun

Mar 17, 2011 No Comments by

St. Patrick’s Day is a special time of year for all alcoholics people, but the real question on every beer-drinker’s mind today is where’s the bathroom? what’s the story behind its beloved and sometimes controversial mascot, the Leprechaun?

Leprechauns are known as anything from joyous little Irish folk to gold mongerers who, concealed only by rainbows, traffic riches in a Colombian drug lord-esque guerrilla style campaign all over the world. However, all this defamation is completely false according to the Top Secret Leprechaun Awareness spokesman, the Lucky Charms Leprechaun.

“Go hifreann leat!” cried out Mr. Charms. Apparently it means “to hell with you”. This is his response to those Leprechauns who would give the tiny green-clad community a bad name.

We met in an enchanted forest and at first he was all smiles and Irish slang, “Mo sheacht mbeannacht ort!” (“My seven blessings on you!”) he exclaimed when I presented him with a green frothy brew common on St. Patrick’s Day.  But the more beer he consumed the more serious we got, and he began delving into the truth of St. Patrick’s Day’s most cherished symbol. Below is a translated excerpt from our interview:

Yeah…good luck with that one!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone!

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