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The phrase “Kiss Me, I’m Irish” has launched thousands of variations, running the gamut of identifiers. The original phrase is thought to come from the idea that the next best thing to kissing the Blarney Stone was kissing someone from the same country as the stone. The Blarney Stone is located at Blarney Castle in Ireland and it is a centuries-long tradition to kiss the stone. Legend has it that kissing the stone will grant one powers of eloquence, persuasion, and luck.
Ancestry. (2015, March 6). Origin of “Kiss Me, I’m Irish” Saying. https://www.ancestry.com/corporate/blog/origin-of-kiss-me-im-irish-saying