Tag Archives: Ireland

March 17, 461

On March 17, 461, St. Patrick died in Saul, UK. St. Patrick was famous for driving the snakes out of Ireland, which was amazing, as Ireland never had any snakes to begin with. After his death, his fellow religious brothers … Continue reading

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February 27, 1997

On February 27, 1997, divorce finally became legal in Ireland. Up until that time, you had to wait until one of the disgruntled parties in the marriage to die before you could remarry someone else. On February 28, 1997 in … Continue reading

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April 5, 456

On April 5, 456, the most famous Ophidiophobicist in history returned to Ireland. Saint Patrick returned to Ireland as a missionary bishop and the last snake packed its bags and immigrated to England before making its way to France. The … Continue reading

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January 22, 1879

On January 22, 1879, James Shields was elected as the US Senator from Missouri. He previously served as a Senator from Illinois (1849-1855), as well as Minnesota (1858-1859). He is the only person to ever serve as a US Senator … Continue reading

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September 4, 1998

On this date in Twisted-History.com in 1998 while in Ireland, U.S. President Clinton said the words “I’m sorry” for the first time about his affair with Monica Lewinsky and described his behavior as indefensible. The Irish were quick to ask … Continue reading

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November 24, 1995

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com in 1995 Ireland voted to end the 70 year old ban on divorces (50.28% to 49.72%). 71% of the men who voted to keep the ban said that if they were allowed to divorce and … Continue reading

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