Well, St. Patrick's day is over now. I hope that all enjoyed it.
For some reason, I feel that this is a good time to ask - how do Unionists in general seem to reject all forms of Irishness, when they live on the same island as the "Natives"? Using the term "British Isles" to counter that doesn't work - it is common practise to name Island chains after the biggest geographical island in the chain, and that island is called "Britain", which is a different island. That's that island, this is this one.
Also, what would Unionists make of St. Patrick's day? Just wondering.