Kiss Me Im Irish Shirts Have A Unique Vintage Appeal For St. Patty's Day
Head out this St. Patty's Day all decked out in your Irish finery.
Kiss Me I'm Irish is a great way to let everyone know that it's time to pucker up and pay the piper. There is a well known international law that states, "Any Irishman or Irish lass must be kissed by friends and strangers alike on St. Patrick's Day." And as you most likely know, on that miraculous day, we are ALL Irish!
Our Kiss Me Im Irish shirt design is as unique as it is full of the fun and excitement of St. Patty's Day itself. Rich green color Kiss Me Im Irish features a one-of-a-kind Celtic typography and in the center of all the love there's a rockin' shamrock. The design is treated in a vintage distressed look giving it even more appeal.
Our Kiss Me I'm Irish shirts come in all sorts of styles and colors for men, women and children and we have plenty of sizes to fit everyone! This St. Patty's Day, tell everyone to pour some sugar on you with our Kiss Me Im Irish shirts.
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Little known facts about St. Patrick's Day
Colonial New York City hosted the first official St. Patrick's Day parade in 1762, when Irish immigrants in the British colonial army marched down city streets. In subsequent years Irish fraternal organizations also held processions to St. Patrick's Cathedral. The various groups merged sometime around 1850 to form a single, grand parade.
Chicago is famous for dyeing the Chicago River green on St. Patrick's Day. The tradition began in 1962, when a pipe fitters union (with the permission of the mayor) poured a hundred pounds (45 kilograms) of green vegetable dye into the river. (On the job, the workers often use colored dyes to track illegal sewage dumping.) Today only 40 pounds (18 kilograms) of dye are used, enough to turn the river green for several hours.