Melanie has given us a cool st. patricks day share your world prompt for this week, so, since I am irish, lets see what I know! Ha! And if you think thats much, your sadly mistaken! Lol!
Saint Patricks actual color was not green. Was it red, orange or blue?
I’m gonna guess red, but it could’ve been any of them I suppose!
Was Saint Patrick born in Ireland, Britain, or France?
I’m guessing he was born in ireland, but then something says britain also!
How old was Saint Patrick when he was taken as a slave? 10, 13, or 16?
16! My intuition tells me he was 16!
Why is Saint Patricks Day celebrated on the 17th? Was it the day he was born, the day he died, or the day he got the title Saint?
The day he got the title of saint!
Is Saint Patricks Day always, usually, or never held on the same date?
Always! I do know this one! Lol!
What did Saint Patrick use to symbolize something for Christianity? Was it a stick, a shamrock, or a bird?
What city turns a river green every year to celebrate? Is it Detroit, Chicago, or Green Bay, U.S.A.?
Chicago! I know this one too lol!
Which year was the first St. Patricks Day parade (in America) held?
1910 ha! I have no clue!
Which US president was of Irish descent and forgot it was Saint Patricks Day?
Is corned beef and cabbage is a traditional Saint Patricks Day dish?
True or False: The shamrock is the national flower of Ireland.
True! I know something about ireland! Lol!
Where was Saint Patrick buried after he died? Britain, Ireland, or France?
Two of the three colors on the Irish flag are green and white. What is the third one?
Red I think? I never saw an irish flag ha but I forget what I learned in school!
True or False: Saint Patrick was not actually a Saint.
True, he was cannonised later on!
What do leprechauns use their sticks, called shillelagh for? Accessing their rainbow, turning invisible, or making their magic pot of gold appear?
Making their magic pot of gold appear!
Which is not true
- Lent restrictions are dropped on Saint Patricks Day.
- Irish soap was invented in Ireland.
- Saint Patricks real name was Maewyn Succat.
- The one about lent? Maybe? Dont know ha!
Whats the traditional occupation of a leprechaun? Thief, shoemaker, or banker?