Happy St. Patrick's Day to everyone.
In the time honored tradition dating back well over 20 years, annually, we normally gather around on St. Patrick's Day and drink ourselves retarded.
In order to shed some light on other traditions that are also normally observed (because you're got to do other stuff other than drink apparently) on St. Patrick's Day, here are some other oft forgotten traditions.
Singing. Traditional Irish melodies are best, such as "Danny Boy" heard here.
Traditional irish food.
This can include stuff like potato stew, french fries, or a bottle of Baileys (as mass media has led me to believe) but the most traditional St. Patrick's Day foodstuff is of course...
The Shamrock Shake.
The McDonald's Shamrock Shake was introduced in the mid 18th century as a way to disguise soured milk by adding mint flavoring and feeding it to children who were already quite ill.
They would chill the milk down to freezing, scrape off the darker colored elements of the frozen treat, and serve the frosted treat to sick children in hospitals. Naturally, we progressed foodstuffs that are horrible for people to our modern version of fast food and McDonalds co-opted the Shamrock Shake as a seasonal treat since then.
The monkey chose to not wear green, so he suffers the dreaded "titty twister".
Lacking any images of men in leprechaun hats in drunken brawls, I present the next closest thing, though I get the feeling the Japanese have missed the point.
Enjoy your day!