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St. Patrick’s Day In Malaysia

omawarisan:

Today my writing is over on the Long Awkward Pause site. Come on over for a story ripped from today’s headlines…last week’s headlines too.

Originally posted on Long Awkward Pause:

Today is March 17, St. Patrick’s Day. St. Pat’s is a holiday celebrated all over the world, even Malaysia.

(image by bkkbrad CCby 2.5)

St. Patrick is famed for, among other things, driving all the snakes out of Ireland.  The snake removal work of the patron saint of Ireland is partly responsible for the fact that over two hundred thousand people are employed by the Irish tourism industry. Scenery, a friendly populace and historic sites are probably also a little responsible for the popularity of Ireland with vacationers. But St. Patrick had the vision to see that snake covered scenery is popular with a very limited segment of vacationers.

Folks of Irish extraction celebrate St. Pat’s big day, but they aren’t the only ones. So do people who wish they were Irish, and snake haters around the world. While the annual Malaysian celebrations are set up by Irish…

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One Comment on “St. Patrick’s Day In Malaysia”

  1. lbwoodgate says:

    “Honeymooners could be lured with the tagline “No Snakes Here, And We’re Not Just Talkin’ About Your Creepy Ex.””

    I don’t fly anymore since I saw the movie Snakes on a Plane :-)


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