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“Kiss me I’m Irish” is a popular phrase that can be seen more frequently around St. Patrick’s Day. From shirts to signs, and pins, the phrase appears everywhere. Its origins refer to the kissing of the Blarney Stone in Ireland which is said to bring luck to the kisser. Since kissing the stone is difficult to accomplish, kissing an Irish person is seen as an alternative method of gaining luck.
Falossi, M. (2009, March 23). Kiss me, I'm Irish. Retrieved from https://www.hidesertstar.com/news/article_11eec642-7c6b-547d-acde-171cd9...