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Eight terrible St. Patrick’s Day pickup lines.

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Eight terrible St. Patrick’s Day pickup lines:

8. “So, would you like a little more Irish in you? By that, I mean let’s get naked.”

7. “They say that green beer is an aphrodisiac. I think it just disguises the roofies better.”

6. “Good news, baby: The burning sensation I caught on Mardi Gras has cleared up.”

5. “Wanna go see the Young Dubliners?”

4. “Can I follow the rainbow to your pot of gold? By that, I mean let’s get naked.”

3. “I can see us going the distance. Like, all the way to Cinco de Mayo.”

2. “St. Patrick drove the snakes from Ireland … but I think you just brought one back.”

1. “Would you like to come over and eat my Lucky Charms? By that, I mean let’s get some delicious breakfast cereal.”

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