Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Accidental

Supporting Member
Where is it then? I've been looking for ages! :(
(The shamrock, not the day - before I get any sarky answers! :lol: )
 

Naomi McFadyen

New Member
Accidental, are you blonde? by any chance? ;-)
Look at the mouthpiece.com banner on the top of the screen!

Happy St. Patty's Day...
you just beat me by 2 mins on the thread Sam :lol:

:guiness :guiness :guiness :guiness
 

MRSH

Supporting Member
Accidental said:
Where is it then? I've been looking for ages! :(
(The shamrock, not the day - before I get any sarky answers! :lol: )
On "theMouthpiece.com" header at the top of the page



Edited: Beat me to it, Naomi
 

Accidental

Supporting Member
Yes guys I am blonde..... but honest to god there's no shamrock anywhere on my screen! :lol:

I didn't see the daffodil either - but never mentioned it cos thought I was being blonde/blind and stupid! :cry:
 

TheMusicMan

tMP Founder
Staff member
RE Shamrock... it is there honest... probably means you have to do a refresh of your page as all the tMP logo's are stored within the temporary internet files cache on your local machine. Try pressing Ctrl first then whilst holding that key down, press the F5 key. This forces your machine to re-read all the tMP files from the server and will update the logo..... to be sure, to be sure... :wink:
 

Lisa

Member
So what is St. Patrick's Day all about then?
(Hope thats not an offensive question if it's something I really should know! :roll: )
 

The Cornet King

Active Member
Happy St Patricks Day. I shall enjoy a few pints of my favourite Guinness tonight! :guiness

Hows about a few Irish jokes then. (all in good taste!):D

Did you hear about the Irish Kamikaze Pilot???


He's on his 10th mission! :lol:

What do you call an irishman who bounces off walls???


Rick O'Shea!!! :lol:
 

drummergurl

Active Member
The Cornet King said:
Happy St Patricks Day. I shall enjoy a few pints of my favourite Guinness tonight! :guiness

Hows about a few Irish jokes then. (all in good taste!):D

Did you hear about the Irish Kamimaze Pilot???


He's on his 10th mission! :lol:


What do you call an irishman who bounces off walls???


Rick O'Shea!!! :lol:

i dont get it
 

The Cornet King

Active Member
oh! :shock:

Right then...Kamikaze pilots were mostly used by the Japanese in World War II. They used their own planes as bombs, so they would fly their planes into ships etc to blow them up. The pilots would thus kill themselves in the process as their still in the planes. It was seen by the Japanese as honourable suicide.

Stereotype of an irishman is that they are a bit thick. So he is on his 10th Kamikaze mission, hence too thick to fly his plane and kill himself, or anything else for that matter!
 
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