When you think of St. Patrick’s Day, you probably think of leprechauns, clovers, and, of course, the color green. Green is festive! Green is fun! People dye allthe things green!
This is not always a good thing.
Of course it’s fun to get into the holiday spirit, and some things can be dyed green with no issue,but others? Other things just don’t need to be green.
We’re looking at you, bacon!
Dying the Chicago River green is a tradition, so that’s not too bad.
And Shamrock Shakes are always a seasonal hit, but…
Then there’s this…Green ketchup.
What did this dog do to deserve this?
And along with the dog, what did this CHICKEN do to deserve this?
Green bread usually means mold. MOLD.
Again, green pesto or peppers? Okay. Green bread? NO. DO NOT DISRESPECT PIZZA.
OK. Here we have green Guinness beer-battered bacon. Discuss…
Even if it’s just food coloring, green peanut butter shouldn’t exist.
Not one, but three green things, three of which shouldn’t be green.
Sure, it looks furry and festive. But it’s just waiting for you to get tipsy on green beer so it can enact it’s plan for revenge.
It’s never okay if your milk is green. GREEN.
It’s supposed to be French Toast, not Irish Toast.
Again with the green bread?!?
You say green potato, I say WHY?!?
Keep the green to the sprinkles on my donut, please.
Part of me hopes he accidentally used something permanent so he has to walk around like that for a month.
And then we have glowing green sausage.
I don’t have proof, but that rice might be radioactive.
Popcorn? Have you abandoned all hope as well?
Green eggs are the devil…or deviled.
I don’t even know what that is, but it’s glowing green with pieces of corn. On the other hand, the bread isn’t green.
Green steak. That’s it…I give up.
Pancakes of seasonal sadness…
Seriously. After seeing all that stuff above, you deserve a green beer.
Cheers to that!