Tag Archives: Fighting Irish

Don’t Be So Cavalier With My Shillelagh

One of the worst things about Notre Dame having an afternoon game, Modern Philosophers, was that Maine’s lone Leprechaun was usually sober enough to cause a ruckus at The House on the Hill before kickoff. Seamus had spent the last … Continue reading

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Is That A Shillelagh, Or Are You Just Glad To See Me?

Whenever I hear a commotion on the roof of The House on the Hill, I know it’s one of two things, Modern Philosophers. And neither option is good. Either the Ghosts who live in my attic are freaking out and … Continue reading

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The Anxious Leprechaun

Cheer, cheer For old Notre Dame. Seamus is anxiously Awaiting the game. He is pacing And singing The Notre Dame Fight Song. The rest of us Are cringing Must he sing For so long? We know he’s excited Since he’s … Continue reading

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Maine’s Beloved Leprechaun Falls Victim to Cruel, Heartless Hoax

As those of you who follow this blog know, one of my dearest friends is Seamus, Maine’s lone Leprechaun.  I’ve written several posts about my little friend with the pot of gold, and we really bonded this year over our … Continue reading

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