Brighid’s Prank


FIRST OFF: Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

SECOND OFF: I was looking up Roman holidays, because being the nerd that I am I try to pay attention to these things and I found out there was a celebration to Dionysos/Bacchus in March called the Lupercalia. I was trying to figure out what date it would line up with with the modern calendar and it turns out it would probably have started 16 March in the evening and continued on into 17 March, which, as many of you know,  is the supposed birth date of St. Patrick and when many people celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by getting super smashed drunk and eating and having parades – not entirely unlike the ancient Lupercalia. So, of course, immediately my brain imagined this scene.

Have a good day lovelies! 😀

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