As Clint Eastwood said in Dirty Harry: "You've got to ask yourself one question. Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya' punk?" Oklahoma could sure use a little luck of the Irish this St. Patrick's Day. A new survey from Zippa.com ranks Oklahoma as one of the unluckiest states in the U.S. As a matter of fact it's number 3 in the top 10 list of the unluckiest states according to the website. The survey ranks all 50 states and how they compare when it comes to pure dumb luck. The top and bottom of the list may surprise you.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! If you’re looking for a great way to celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day weekend, then why not try downtown OKC? There’s loads of fun to be had not just for adults, but for the entire family!
By: Megan Bell
St. Patrick was a priest who spent his life converting the Irish to Christianity. He used the three-leafed shamrock to describe the theory of the Trinity – the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Legend says he put the curse of God on all the venomous snakes in Ireland and led them to the water where they drowned.
St. Patrick's Day brings out the superstitious side in all of us. Though it doesn't get the same love in cinema that other high-profile holidays receive, Hollywood does have a rich tradition of crediting "Lady Luck" for certain milestones and achievements. Here are 10 "lucky" movie quotes that you can pull out on St. Patrick's Day.
Leprechauns, the faires of Irish folklore (no disrespect) are popular symbols this time of year. With St. Patrick's Day on the horizon, the little men with their hidden coins, pots of gold and ginger muttonchops are running rampant through the streets spreading their magical mischief...
For many, St. Patrick’s Day, celebrated on March 17, is a day to celebrate the patron saint of Ireland with some corned beef and a pint of Guinness. But some places have their own peculiar celebrations.
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McDonald's Shamrock Shake usually comes once a year around St. Patrick's Day, but as the holiday passes, so does the elusive tasty beverage. Now you don't have to be in March (or Irish) to enjoy one year round.
Everyone knows that St. Patrick’s Day is the one day out of the year when we’re all Irish. And, apparently that translates into wearing anything green and silly we can get our hands on and having as much to drink as we can carry at one time. But, there’s another strange tradition that has developed in celebration of this day. We can't explain it. Are Irish people really that into unnaturally green