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Wearing Green On St. Patrick’s Day Bad Luck In Ireland


Wearing Green On St. Patrick’s Day Bad Luck In Ireland, There are two versions of why green is the color of St. Patrick’s Day, the first being that the color represents the Emerald Isle (Ireland), spring and shamrocks.

The second is that the wearing of the green traces back to when Ireland was separated and the Catholics lived on the “green side” and the Protestants lived on the “orange side.” The Irish flag is green, orange and white. Green represents the catholic side of Ireland, orange the Protestants and white represents those where were neutral and were composed of the descendants of the Celts. Because the term “saint” is more a Catholic term than a Protestant one, the green of the Irish flag represents the Catholics.

So why do everything up green on St. Patrick’s Day? Because Ireland is called the Emerald Isle, because of shamrocks, or because everyone’s Irish on this day, take your pick as to why, but be sure to wear green on St. Patrick’s Day!

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