It means that you are protestant Irish or Scotch/Irish instead of Catholic Irish and your heritage is probably from Northern Ireland.
Orange represents Protestant.
can you get kissed on saint patricks day
yes or they will pinch you
You should wear orange if you're not Catholic; protestants wear orange on St. Patty's day! [[If you aren't wearing green, you might get pinched ;)]]
enjoy your day as it was you luckiest day ever or wear green end of world 2012
In Ireland green is understood to mean the Catholic tradition and orange to represent the Protestant. The Irish national flag bears those colors.
The Irish flag or tri-colour consists of green, white and orange. Whilst most people wear green, it is just as acceptable to wear white or orange.
I think you mean green, red has no obvious connection to St. Patricks day. you are kissed when you wear green because everyone is Irish, and who doesn't love to be Irish for a day?
Typically green is worn on Saint Patrick's Day. Wearing orange may symbolize one is not Irish or that they do not like to wear green.
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they wear green for st patricks day
its St. Paticks day because Patrick is a saint. this as simple as that. we wear Green because Patricks favourtie colour was Green and yes i cant spell, but i don't care.... :):):):) ttly from your fav. bored students
yes you can, you just need to wear green.
As I understand it Orange was the color that was used to represent Sir William of orange an Irish Catholic hating protestant. I have never seen or heard of anyone wearing orange on St. Patrick's Day.
The same thing they wear any other day since they don't celebrate it.
Green is the colour of the shamrock, the national symbol of Ireland. Also, it is said that Saint Patrick used the shamrock to explain the Holy Trinity to the Irish, so the shamrock as a symbol is also very much connected to Saint Patrick himself. Because the shamrock is green, green is the colour of Ireland and of Saint patrick's Day and so people wear green that day.
Wear a TON of green :)
I think you're supposed to wear green on the day of St. Patricks
what did people wear in saint augustine
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It is traditional to wear green for Saint Patrick's Day.
All green. That's about it. Green top, green trousers, or to look like those littleLeprechaun people, wear a tighter green top, a green knee length skirt with a gold belt tied around it, and green tights.
Many scots support theNorthern Irish Protestants who sided with William Of Orange against the catholic king James. But their day of celebration is the 4th July, not 17th March, St Patrick's day. The Irish flag is green, white and orange, symbolising a truce between the green Irish nationalists, and the orange loyalists (loyal to king William and his successors in England)