Thirsty Thursday on a Thursday… Shamrock Shakes

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McDonald’s get the heck out of my way!

My Shamrock shake is a billion times better… Uh mine contains booze duh… Uh hello booze always makes it better

even if its 12 in the afternoon… Um lets just call you lunch! I really wish I could show you the emoji text I send to my friend Becca we basically text through little icon pictures 10 doughnuts and a french fries it must mean its lunch time!

Anyway… lets just say McDonald’s has nothing on this!

st patricks day 022Hello, Hello Kitty!

Hello, Guinness and ice cream oh, and creme de menthe…

Yeah I know it sounds kinda gross but its soooo good!

I just love Guinness and mint! lets just put it together in the same glass and call it the new official drink of St. Patrick’s day

I love Guinness so much here a few fact about it

1. 10 million glasses of Guinness are sold around the world daily

2.The color of Guinness is not brown or black, its official color is deep ruby-red.

3. The harp on the label is based on a famous 14th-century Irish harp known as the “O’Neill” or “Brian Boru” harp, which is now preserved in the Library of Trinity College Dublin.

4. Guinness is sold in 150 countries and is super popular in Africa yeah that right Africa!

5. Guinness was originally an ale, Then in 1770 it was made in to a porter to keep in competition

and that’s all I really know about Guinness
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Shamrock Shakes
Serves 1 big shake or 2 small
1 pint vanilla ice cream
4 to 6 shots of creme de menthe
3 to 5 shots of Guinness
1 to 2 tablespoons chocolate syrup
Put everything in the blender and blend on high until thick and creamy I put chocolate syrup on the sides of my glass poured in to the glass and drank it in 5 gulps.

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