St Patrick’s Day 2015: 10 mistakes you will make this St Patrick’s Day

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St Patrick's Day 2015 Insert pun about ‘Irish eyes smiling’ here. (Picture: AP)

St Patrick’s Day should be one of those times when it’s easy to get everything right.

In principle, it has a simple premise: wear something green and/or get drunk.

But even within those simple parameters, there are plenty of things that can go wrong on St Patrick’s Day. Be careful out there.

Here are ten mistakes we should all try to avoid this St Patrick’s Day.

1. The obvious mistake

Revellers watch the St Patrick's day parade and festival in Trafalgar Square, London. Sean Dempsey/PA Wire/Press Association Images Can you dig it? (Picture: PA)

Yes, getting blind drunk.

Trying to avoid alcohol on St Patrick’s Day is a difficult task, and even if you manage to avoid 99.999999999 per cent of the alcohol around on St Patrick’s Day, you still have more than enough left to drench a small European nation.

2. Wearing too much shamrock

Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge smiles during a visit with her husband Prince William to the 1st Battalion Irish Guards for a St Patrick's Day Parade at Mons Barracks in Aldershot, southern England March 17, 2014. Prince William attended the Parade as Colonel of the Regiment, and the Duchess presented the traditional sprigs of shamrocks to the Officers and Guardsmen of the Regiment. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MILITARY SOCIETY ROYALS) Luke Macgregor/Reuters The Duchess of Cambridge goes all out on St Patrick’s Day (Picture: Reuters)

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