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AnyDogWillSuffice415 karma

I've been told St P's is more of an American drinking holiday, and isn't celebrated the same way in Ireland. Elsewhere here you answered that the bar is 80% tourists today.

What do the Irish do to celebrate the day then, if the revelry is mostly an American thing? Or have I got it wrong somehow?

AnyDogWillSuffice291 karma

Why do you only order the water drop if you know the bartender?

AnyDogWillSuffice169 karma

You mentioned in one of your other answers that you usually deal with minor rejection once a year, and you've been up to stage 3 in the past.

Will there be a time when there is no longer a risk of rejection, or will this always be a risk no matter how long you've been healing?

AnyDogWillSuffice126 karma

It'd be cool if that judge doesn't go another day of his life without receiving letters of shame.

AnyDogWillSuffice50 karma

Good call. There's only one whiskey bar in my town that offers a pipette as standard (that i know of). But then you get to do the water yourself, which is always how it should be, and the droppers are just available on the bar, so it's not a hassle for the server.