St. Paddy’s Day Trivia and Car Decorations
Many people sport green to celebrate March 17th, like this festive dude.
ran 2 the next subway car so I didn't have to ride with st patricks day hooligans and then this guy got on pic.twitter.com/SssEnPJflx
— quebeck loser (@tammyampersand) March 20, 2016
Some people also deck out their vehicles in holiday-themed decorations.
In honor of this early springtime tribute to St. Patrick himself, and to the color green, here are some random facts about the saint as well as some ideas for outfitting your own car for the 17th.
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Interesting Facts About St. Patrick
- St. Patrick’s color was actually blue. He only became associated with green in the late 18th century, because of the Irish independence movement.
- It’s only a myth that this saint drove snakes out of Ireland. This region was too chilly for reptiles during the Ice Age, as the fossil record evidences.
- St. Patrick wasn’t actually Irish; he was born to Roman parents in Wales or Scotland in the late fourth century.
- His original name was Maewyn Succat but he changed it to Patricius once he took up the priesthood.
— St Patrick's day (@Thefirdaydeals) March 10, 2018
Not sure what this vehicle is smoking but hey! It’s a cheerful leprechaun.
Festoon your ride with a few tinsel garlands and shamrock decorations this holiday.
Wrap it Up
Happy St. Patrick’s Day from all of us here at The News Wheel!
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