The 'Real Housewives Of Orange County' Ireland Trip Is Great Inspiration For St. Patrick's Day

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Top o' the mornin' to ya! The Real Housewives casts of every city take memorable vacations. For example, how can anyone forget about that Season 11 Real Housewives of Orange County Ireland trip. It was a doozy to say the least. Seeing as it is March 17, why not reflect back on the RHOC's time in Ireland for St. Patrick's Day inspiration? Granted, it was one dramatic (if not the most dramatic) trip for the women, but rather than remembering all of the yelling, fighting, and crying, think about all of the good times.

Shannon Beador, Meghan King Edmonds, Heather Dubrow, Vicki Gunvalson, Tamra Judge, and Kelly Dodd actually did have some great moments, many of which included alcohol. Not that libations make things better or are needed for fun, but when it comes to the Real Housewives, alcohol can sometimes make things go a little bit more smoothly. At least during this trip, everyone seemed to relax and enjoy themselves more.

St. Patty's Day is a holiday about friends, laughs, fun, and, of course, green beer. So, to ensure you are having the time of your life, allow the RHOC Ireland trip to be your much-needed inspiration.

Go On A Pub Crawl

A pub crawl should always be a staple for St. Patrick's Day. As a beer lover myself, this just sounds glorious.

Dress The Part

You should most definitely channel your inner Shannon Beador and dress the part. Now, you don't have to go as bold as Shannon, but it's recommended.

Use The Lingo

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And you should absolutely say "top o' the mornin' to ya" like Shannon did every chance she got during the trip.

Do Not Fight

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Just say no.

Drink Something Irish

Similar to when the women visited the Bailey's Farm to see how Bailey's Irish Cream is made, feel free to expand your horizons and truly get into the spirit of the day with an Irish beverage.

Dance It Up

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Now, you might not want to dance like Vicki did with that stranger (or use jig in this sense), but dancing an actual Irish jig would bring everything to a whole new level.

Take Pictures Like This

This is how your night should be at the beginning, in the middle, and at the end.

I'd like to send a huge thanks to the RHOC women for going to Ireland and showing us all how St. Patrick's Day should be celebrated.