There are a few things that you can count on every spring: your allergies will force you to Google things like “Can humans live without a nose,” your ex will slowly snap out of his seasonal depression, and McDonald’s will put the Shamrock Shake back on its menu. McDonald’s started selling those artificially colored seasonal calories just before St. Patrick’s Day 1970—it was actually known as the “St. Patrick’s Day Green Milkshake” then—which means that the the company has had 47 years to learn something about Ireland. Based on this week’s international McTwitter fail, though, that hasn’t happened. On Tuesday, McDonald’s posted a tweet that said “When your Shamrock Chocolate Madness plays all the right chocolatey-mint notes. #ShamrockSeason.” That was[…]

There are a few things that you can count on every spring: your allergies will force you to Google things like “Can humans live without a nose,” your ex will slowly snap out of his seasonal depression, and McDonald’s will put the Shamrock Shake back on its menu. McDonald’s started selling those artificially colored seasonal calories just before St. Patrick’s Day 1970—it was actually known as the “St. Patrick’s Day Green Milkshake” then—which means that the the company has had 47 years to learn something about Ireland. Based on this week’s international McTwitter fail, though, that hasn’t happened. On Tuesday, McDonald’s posted a tweet that said “When your Shamrock Chocolate Madness plays all the right chocolatey-mint notes. #ShamrockSeason.” That was[…]