What's the perfect way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Atlanta? 

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Matt: Go with all your friends, get pretty crazy, drink a lot, and do some crazy things. Usually we all go skinny-dipping every year in a green pool. And we usually play drinking games while we go skinny-dipping. And when we're really drunk, some of the girls will fake drown so we can do CPR. We really usually don't know what's going on and when they're naked, it's amazing.

Jena: Paint your body green and go to Mike 'N Angelo's at 6:30 a.m. and start drinking. I'd start out with a big, cold glass of green beer and then switch to Red Bull and vodka, then I would go and switch back to beer. Then I'll be on a stage with the band singing. They have a lot of Grateful Dead cover bands. Then go home and freshen up and go out to start re-happy hour again.

Warren: Start off with breakfast, where I get my beans and my English muffin -- my United Kingdom-type breakfast. Afterwards I get a morning Guinness probably at Fado's and then I'm probably going to Limerick Junction, where there's a football match on -- unfortunately, called soccer here -- where I'll watch my favorite English team, Newcastle, and watch my favorite Irish winger, Damien Duff, play and score.



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