75 St Patrick’s Day Quotes

Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! So, it’s time to arm yourself with some Irish knowledge and deep thoughts. This list will provide a glimpse into the rich heart of the Irish and a chance for you to spread some wisdom as you raise a glass and toast to the best March has to offer.  Don your greenest greens, your spot for a fantastic parade and settle in to celebrate the Irish in all of us. “May you have all the happiness and luck that life can hold. And at the end of your rainbows, may you find the pot-o-gold.” Cheers to you and yours!

 

— Best St Patrick’s Day Quotes and Blessings

May your home always be too small to hold all your friends.

May you always to walk in sunshine. May you never want for more. May Irish angels rest their wings right beside your door.

May your neighbors respect you; troubles neglect you; the angels protect you and heaven accepts you.

For each petal on the Shamrock, this brings a wish your way: good health, good luck, and happiness for today and every day.

A good friend is like a four-leaf clover, hard to find and lucky to have.

Luck is believing you’re lucky.

May the dreams you hold dearest be those which come true, and the kindness you spread keep returning to you.

Your feet will take you where your heart is.

There’s nothing so bad that it couldn’t be worse.

Do not resent growing old, many are denied the privilege.

May you have the hindsight to know where you’ve been, the foresight to know where you are going, and the insight to know when you have gone too far.

Don’t become broke trying to look rich.

May the best day of your past be the worst day of your future.

Face the sun but turn your back to the storm.

An old broom knows the dirty corners best.

If you lie down with dogs, you’ll rise with fleas.

A lock is better than suspicion.

It is better to a coward for a minute than to be dead the rest of your life.

There is no wise man without fault.

Time is a good storyteller.

May you have walls for the wind, and a roof for the rain, and drinks beside the fire. Laughter to cheer you, and those you love near you, and all that your heart may desire.

May your thoughts be as glad as the shamrocks. May your heart be as light as a song. May each day bring you bright, happy hours. That stay with you all the yearlong.

May you never forget what is worth remembering or remember what is best forgotten. 

May you live as long as you want, and never want as long as you live.

Bless you and yours, as well as the cottage you live in. May the roof overhead be well thatched, and those inside well matched.

Lose an hour in the morning, and you’ll be looking for it all day.

Everything will be alright in the end. If it’s not alright, it’s not the end.

May your blessings outnumber the shamrocks that grow and may trouble avoid you wherever you go.

A kind word never broke anyone’s mouth.

A wise man takes advice.

May your day be touched with a bit of Irish luck, brightened by a song in your heart and warmed with smiles by the people you love.

May your pockets be heavy, and your heart be light. May good luck pursue you each morning and night.

A good laugh and a long sleep are the two best cures for anything.

It’s no use carrying an umbrella if your shoes are leaking.

May you never forget what is worth remembering, nor remembering what is best forgotten.

The longest road out is the shortest road home.

It is in the shelter of each other that people live.

A companion shortens the road.

You’ll never plough a field by turning it over in your mind.

A tune is more lasting than the song of the birds, and a word more lasting than the wealth of the world.

Life is like a cup of tea; it’s all in how you make it.

Laziness is a heavy burden.

Many hands make light work.

Be kind to those that meet you as you rise, you may pass them again as you fall.

Do not give cherries to pigs or advice to fools.

You have to do your own growing, no matter how tall your grandfather was.

Its not a secret after three people know.

Both your friend and your enemy think you will never die.

If is drowning you’re after, do not torment yourself with shallow water.

Wisdom is the comb given to a man after he has lost his hair.

 

25 Wickedly Witty St. Patrick’s Day Quotes

St. Paddy’s Day is a day of celebration for the Irish and the Irish at heart. So, raise a glass and proclaim to the world one of these hilarious Irish Proverbs. Filled with a bit of the Irish and slightly off-color these quotes will be the hit of the party! 

As you slide down the banister of life, may the splinters never point the wrong way.

People who wonder whether the glass is half empty or half full miss the point. The glass is refillable.

If you’re lucky enough to be Irish, then you’re lucky enough.

Who gossips with you will gossip of you.

An Irishman is never drunk as long as he can hold on to a blade of grass and not fall off the face of the earth.

As you ramble through life whatever be your goal; keep your eye upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole.

Here’s to… A long life and a merry one. A quick death and an easy one. A pretty girl and an honest one. A cold beer and another one!

Bless your little Irish heart and every other Irish part.

Cheaters never prosper, unless they get away with it.

When Irish eyes are smiling, they’re probably up to something.

I’m so Irish, my liver hurts.

For every wood a balm. For every sorrow, a cheer. For every storm, a calm. For every thirst, a beer.

Sometimes I laugh so hard the tears run down my leg.

Put some whiskey in my coffee because it’s Ireland somewhere.

Here’s to you and here’s to me, friends may we always be. But, if by chance we disagree, the heck with you, here’s to me.

Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear, or an idiot from any direction.

What do you get when you cross poison ivy with a four-leaf clover? A rash of good luck!

Here’s to the health of your enemies’ enemies.

When we drink, we get drunk. When we get drunk, we fall asleep. When we sleep, we do not sin. When we do not sin, we go to heaven. So, let’s get drunk and go to heaven.

Make sure your kilt is short enough to do a jig, but long enough to hide your lucky charms!

May the cat eat you and the devil eat your cat.

May your coffee be strong, and your Monday be short.

May your troubles be as few and far apart as my grandmother’s teeth.

May you die in bed at 95, shot by a jealous spouse.

May the winds of fortune sail you. May you sail a gentle sea. May it always be the other guy who says this drink’s on me.

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