St Patrick’s Day is most definitely a great day of celebration. If you love this holiday too, why not wear some nice new lucky green Men’s pajama pants tonight? Or how about a custom made St Patricks day tshirt ? Perhaps a set of men’s lounge pants splashed with green leprechauns? Guaranteed to keep the pinching down to a bare minimum. Then again, some of us guys like to be pinched – so I’ll leave that up to you.
This is a fun post with a little St Paddy’s Day history, plus a great, true Irish band, the Dubliners, singing "Whisky In The Jar" live in a video, just below. Finally, I’ve managed to locate some really excellent men’s pajama bottoms and lounge pants – all for less than $16. I give you my Top 5 Picks to save you some serious green. Pinch me now!
Enjoy and Happy St Patrick’s Day to you and your loved ones. – Brad M
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When is St Patricks Day? Shouldn’t I buy Some Green Pants Soon?
Whether you’re Irish or simply love Irish traditions and holidays, St. Patrick’s Day brings Irish cheer to many people around the world. St. Patrick’s Day is a celebration of all things Irish, commemorated on March 17 when many families gather and serve cabbage, corned beef, and delightful mint chocolate pies. Some cities even celebrate by changing entire bodies of water to the color green to remember the beloved St. Patrick.
The holiday also sparks a tradition of shopping for and wearing Irish t-shirts and St Patricks day apparel, usually the color green. People celebrate by wearing cute Irish accessories and fun clothing to create humor on the holiday.
A Brief History of St. Patrick’s Day
The holiday remembers St. Patrick, one of Ireland’s patron saints. St. Patrick was born to a family of aristocrats in Whales and was set on course to become a priest. He was captured at 16 years of age and taken to Ireland by Irish raiders. For six years, he was held captive, but was also able to grow spiritually during this time. He believed he heard the voice of God commanding him to leave Ireland, so he escaped to Britain after walking hundreds of miles.
He became a priest and returned to Ireland, knowing that many citizens of Ireland were pagans at the time. He created the famous Celtic Cross and used some of the Irish customs he had learned to celebrate Easter. Many people believe St. Patrick died on March 17 in 461 AD. His legend grew in Ireland and the UK as the man who single-handedly spread Christianity throughout Ireland during his day. Perhaps the most famous legendary story about St. Patrick is that he drove out snakes while in Ireland. Though this story is probably not true, many Irishmen claim that a snake cannot be found in Ireland!
The Celebrations Of St. Patrick’s Day
Today, St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated around the world. In Ireland, it was once a religious holiday, but is now used to draw millions of tourists each year with parades, fireworks, and live entertainment. In America, there are parades, Irish dances and jigs, Irish singing, wearing Leprechaun-themed outfits, clovers with three leaves, and more. The holiday is celebrated with a day of prayer by many Irish Catholic families. St. Patrick’s Day is often called by a nickname, St. Paddy’s Day. There are even products and icons designed specifically for the holiday such as Paddy the loveable Leprechaun, which can be bought in various themes like Cop Paddy, Firefighter Paddy, or Cowboy Paddy.
St. Patrick’s Day Online Shopping – Men’s Pajama Pants And More
Those wanting to celebrate "St. Paddy’s Day" can find great items online for the occasion. There are Leprechaun crafts and gifts. For work or school, lots of people wear Irish, St Patricks Day tshirts and apparel.
For the true fan, there are even St Patricks day boxers, Irish lounge pants, Paddy mugs, men’s pajama bottoms and sets, mouse pads, teddy bears, pillows, buttons, and tote bags. One custom is to wear green so you won’t get pinched. These items have plenty of green for protection! At night, you can slip into some men’s pajama bottoms with a St Patricks day shamrock print, leprechan or luck of the Irish clover.
Brad’s Top 5 Picks For Saint Patty’s Day Green Pajama Bottoms
Some of my personal favorites – under $16 – St Patricks Day Pajama Pants for Men (and women) Less than right now:
1) Kiss Me I’m Irish St. Patrick’s Day Pajama Pants for Men
2) Shrek Giant Mutant Leprechan Pajama Pants for Men
3) Snoopy Eat, Drink and Be Irish Pajama Pants for Men
4 )Green Beer St. Patrick’s Day Pajama Pants for Men
5) Green Pajama Pants for Men
** My Updated Bonus Pick! I just ordered one pair of these Mens Saint Patrick’s Day Get Lucky Boxers. Very cool. Even better is the fact that this company ships fast
St. Patrick’s Day offers a fun-filled holiday of remembrance for everyone, young or old. It’s a day focused on an important turning point in Irish history, but is celebrated by people of all descents.
The Dubliners Sing Whisky In The Jar Live
If you’re ready to really get into the energetic, fun and real Irish music I love this this song by the Dubliners. Enjoy
Make A Custom St. Patrick’s Day Tshirt
Design your own St Patricks Day T Shirt or hoodie. Very cool.
Saint Patricks Day Clothes: Save St. Patty’s Day
Ahh, the joys of St. Patrick’s Day. For those of us who do not own a selection of green clothing or face paint, who cannot make cupcakes that leak puddles of food coloring.
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A Cup of Jo: Men’s Pajama Pants
Men’s pajama pants. When I was in college at University of Michigan, we used to wear plaid pajama pants to class. This chic Parisian reminds me of those days.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade In Chicago 2009
St. Patrick’s day parade in Chicago 2009. This Saturday, March 14th, you can get ready for the Chicago’s annual St. Patrick’s Day.
Saint Patricks Day Parade Dublin, Ireland
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