I’m not sure what any of this means, but Jeneé Osterheldt in the Kansas City Star has an article on how to get lucky for St. Pat’s.
Don’t say “St. Pat’s”. Never say “St. Pat’s”. It’s “St. Patrick’s Day” or “Paddy’s Day”. Never Pat. And Never Paddy.
Anyway, I particularly like the phrase “three-leaf clover lucky”. Which makes all clover lucky, since clover has 3 leaves. Except for the odd piece of clover with 4 leaves - which presumably then is unlucky even though traditionally is considered the lucky sort. Or perhaps she’s being ironic.
Also, given that there is no such plant, technically, as a shamrock - it being effectively your own personal choice of clover - it’s just something we wear and call Irish, and as we know it’s lucky to be Irish (unless that phrase was ironic) then Jeneé is absolutely right.
Anyway, read the article for how to get a lucky moustache (shatto milk), date (candy on the plaza), devil (cocktail at Kill Devil Club), room (eco-hotel - green, geddit?), D (Pauly DJ-ing), and manicure (festive green polishes).