I stumbled across Ann Again... And Again's Virtual Night Out - St. Patrick's Day Edition when I was over at I Am Harriet. Since I am Irish and it's likely we won't be doing anything 'social' for St. Patrick's Day, I thought this would be fun.
Party Game! From Virtual Night Out - St. Patrick's Day Edition
The Shamrock 3
Name 3 Places You Would Rather Be Right Now:
1.) A date anywhere with Anastasia, without the kids. (We love them, but because of visitation issues they have been with us all the time since July 4th, save for 1 weekend when my son was at his Dad's. And prior to that we could never make plans because there were always problems with the visitation.) Anastasia and I figured out a few weeks ago when the last time was we had a date with no children. It was when we went to see "Wicked" in Chicago and ate dinner at Big Bowl after the show. That was February 2007!
3.) Vegas baby! Maybe Anastasia and I would get lucky and win a few bucks!
Name 3 Things You Will NEVER Drink Again:
1.) Spoiled Soy milk in coffee. In fact when I go to a coffee shop I can't bring myself to order it since the last time I ordered Soy milk in my coffee it was spoiled.
2.) Any of those weird Mountain Dew flavors. What's wrong with regular Mountain Dew? Why do they have to funk it up with those other colors and flavors?
3.) I can't really think of a third. But I know what number 1 on Anastasia's list would be. Chocolate Martini...with nachos. Beer with nachos Yes!, Chocolate Martini with nachos, let's just say it wasn't pretty. Oh I just thought of something else I won't drink. I don't know if they have it all over the United States, or just in the Chicagoland area, but there is this green soda that you can get at the grocery stores here called Green River. It's green and it's nasty! It tastes like a green safety pop. Blech!
3 People You Would Like To Pinch (for not wearing green of course!):
1.) My neighbor from across the street when I was a kid. She was Polish and always wore ALL orange and made sure she came out of the house so my Dad (who of course was wearing all green) could see her. She flaunted the orange. To this day no one I have mentioned this to gets the significance of orange on St. Patrick's Day. I don't either, but my Dad took it as an insult. So, this would be a mean pinch, not an 'I think you're hot pinch", just to be clear.
I think I'm good with just the 1.
I wonder what your Shamrock 3 will be?
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