Shamrocks, pots of gold, leprechauns... there are quite a few things that are obviously Irish and would work as great symbols for St. Patrick's Day
But there's also a few things that don't work?
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Bagpipes and Stonehenge for a start - which also happen to be two things that McDonald's used to sell their newest Shamrock Shake.
Every year McDonald's puts out a sweet treat to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, it's called the Shamrock Shake.
This year the announcement of the green drink fell a little flat though.
The Independent was able to grab a full video of the Tweet before McDonald's took it down.
The video shows a man playing a pretend bagpipe, made from their new Shamrock shake with chocolate in it, and a bunch of straws.
The background behind the man is changing and while the first two backgrounds are fine, the third awkwardly shows Stonehenge.
Twitter users ripped into McDonald's immediately - brutally pointing out the mistakes.
The ad has been wiped completely from their social media accounts.