Wrath of the Celtic Gods, 10 Disgusting Green Foods to Avoid on St. Patrick’s Day

Published:10:22 am EDT, March 6, 2013| Updated:12:28 pm EDT, March 6, 2013|
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St. Patrick's day is right around the corner. You know you will be drinking green beer and rejecting it 10 drinks down the road, so why not add some spice to it and eat green food? This is the only time of year you can vomit and people will Instagram it, so go all out!

Green muffins (that look more like mold)
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Perfect party favors for friends and family who don't know what a muffin is supposed to taste and/or look like!


Slime Ravioli

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This looks like what my dog threw up this morning.


Cheerios in some sort of green slop

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We've all been there. Mixing things together when we're drunk or as a child. Not drunk as a child. Well, I can only speak for myself. I don't know about the rest of you rascals!


Hulk's intestines???

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Worms? Intestines? Colored spaghetti? Who the f*$# knows. I wouldn't eat it.


Delicious mold cakes!

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Awww sweetie, you didn't have to make me moldy pancakes! Thanks. So much.


Ummm...

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Directions: Mix random condiments in fridge together with green food coloring. Bake for 25 minutes.

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The standard green eggs and mystery meat

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My childhood is ruined. I'd rather eat Grinch meat, if that were a thing.


Deviled eggs with leprechaun filling

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Why would you put those next to eggs that look decent? It's like putting a playground next to a cemetery.


Leprechaun sausage

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"Insert dick joke here _______."

Something we found clogged in the sink

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Why must people fix something that isn't broken? DAMN YOU PROGRESSION!

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