A SAINT PATRICK'S DAY REVELRY: FROM GUINNESS-INDUCED IRISH EXPERTISE TO A SILLY FOUR-LEAF CLOVER HAT

The phenomenon of individuals seemingly acquiring expertise in Irish culture after consuming alcoholic beverages, particularly green slushy Guinness, is examined. Despite the jovial atmosphere of Saint Patrick's Day festivities, Willy questions the validity of such newfound knowledge and explores the tendency for individuals to embrace superstitions, such as wearing four-leaf clover hats for luck. Things that make you go Hmmmm!