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    tongtisto is offline Newbie
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    Default the river ain't green on st.patric's day

    please help me for the meaning of the xpression above,thank you so much.

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    Default Re: the river ain't green on st.patric's day

    Quote Originally Posted by tongtisto View Post
    Please help me for with the meaning of the expression above. Thank you so much.
    Welcome to the forum.

    I have never heard the expression you posted. Note that it should be St Patrick's Day.
    Where did you find the expression?

    Remember to use correct capitalisation and punctuation in your posts. See my amendments in red.
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