Share Your Booziest, Most Legally Dubious St. Patrick's Day Stories

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It's that time of year again, that time when tall tales grow taller in the light of the St. Patrick's Day sun and heady porters unleash truths best kept quiet. Before the Big Day, though, we'd like first-go at your finest chops. 

Our annual guide to St. Patrick's Day in Cleveland will hit streets next week. To celebrate, as we are wont to do, we'll slap together all the must-know information — parade routes, bar details, new craft beer recs, etc. Last year, we also shared stories from our night on the town with the Cleveland Bar Experiment. This year, we want your wicked yarns. 



Shoot your most outrageous, most eyebrow-raising, most harrowing St. Pat's stories to esandy@clevescene.com. Feel free to leave your names in the gutter, along with that ragged conscience of yours. Anonymous authorship is fine.

Keep it local, ideally, and keep it to something like a few hundred words, please.


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