Yesterday we celebrated Arthur Guiness' Day at The Dubliner. This celebration first took place last year and because it was so successful they decided to keep going at it.
I can't really imagine a day that celebrate Guinness not being successful, can you?!
Arthur's Day explanation: "Established in 2009 during our 250-year anniversary, Arthur's Day is a series of events and celebrations taking place around the world to celebrate the life and legacy of Arthur Guinness and the much-loved Guinness® beer which Arthur brought to the world."
I personally don't drink the Black Stuff but a celebration is always welcome. Plus you get more big hats - St. Patrick's Day-style :)
A curious thing about this particular day is that last year it rained rather heavily and I know this because on that day P and I had a 'talk' in a bus stop in the rain. On Wednesday it also rained heavily, which marks an exact year (day-to-day) from the previous Arthur Guinness Day!
Random facts intrigue me.