The top of the moanin' to you.


Leprechauns drink a lot of beer. That's why they call them the Wee-Wee people.


My friend bought a kilt and put it in the washer. It shrunk. Now, I can't do a fling with it.


What is Irish and sits in the backyard? Pat-io furniture.


While holidaying in Ireland, I purchased a valuable gem. When I got home, I found out that it was worthless. It was a sham-rock.


Someone told me that Mrs. Murphy's chowder needed an overall improvement.


The little green man that disappeared was a leper-gone.


Ireland is a good place to invest your money because your money is always Dublin.


You should never iron a four-leaf clover. That would be pressing your luck.


"Erin Go Braugh" is not a father telling his daughter to go and buy a brassiere.


An Irish setter and an English setter got together at a Christmas social and as a result, they had a point setter.


March 17 is the hockey players' favorite holiday because it is St. Hat-trick's Day.


Hundred of years ago, the Irish were the first to use Hertz. They say that St. Patrick "drove" the snakes out of Ireland.


An Irish Blessing: As you slide down the banister of life, may the splinters never point the wrong way.


An Irishman was telling his friend of a narrow escape he had in the war. "The bullet went in me chest and out me back," said Pat. "But,“ answered his friend, ”if that were the case, it would have gone through your heart and killed you." “No,” said Pat. “Me heart was in me mouth at the time."


I found a book in the library. "Irish Heart Surgery“ written by Angie-O-Plast.


The ninth letter of the alphabet likes Saint Patrick's Day because all the Irish "i's are smiling.


Another Irish book is “The Irish Botanist" by Phil O'Dendron.


How about "The Irish Playwright" by Mel O' Drama?


Two famous Irish singers, Marie O' Lanza and Carrie O'Key.


An Irish mother was angry with her son smoking a pipe. When he lit up, she exclaimed, “Oh, Danny Boy, your pipe your pipe's appalling."


May the road rise up to meet you and the wind be at your back, but not if someone has had corn beef and cabbage for lunch.


Patrick McAlpine is a self-described “edutainer” and a Canadian Snowbird from Kanata, Ontario, Canada. Submit your jokes or smiles to fribbitty@hotmail.com.