Student Celebrates Irish Heritage By Slipping Some Baileys Into Morning Coffee

Inspired by the long, rich history of Ireland, junior Clyde Rokeach reportedly added “a quick shot or two” of Baileys Irish Cream to his usual morning coffee.

Drawing from a storied vein of individuals like William Butler Yeats, James Joyce, and Adam Smith, the Psychology major felt it did the Green Isle well to “nip into some of the good stuff.” Onlookers reported a sense of unease in Clyde’s movements, reticent to take the weight of Ireland’s 4.6 million citizens on his shoulders, but soon rose to an air of proud satisfaction in upholding the nation’s legacy.

After finishing the beverage, Clyde expressed a wish to solidify his position by purchasing a discounted fifth of Glenfiddich scotch later that evening.