Theres OK news, good news and bad news. Which do you want first? Heck, it doesnt matter. Well tell you anyway.
Oklahoma City is the 44th best city in which to celebrate St. Patricks Day, according to personal finance website WalletHub.
The upside? Itll cost you way less to party here than Boston. That city ranked No. 1 for St. Patricks Day traditions but No. 67 in costs. OKC ranked No. 3 in the latter category.
Tulsa ranked No. 15 for traditions and No. 27 for cost.
The bad news is OKC ranked No. 98 for St. Patricks Day weather. Its mid-March. Anything could happen, especially rain. At Chicken-Fried News, we choose to believe that raises the opportunity of finding a rainbow or a double rainbow (What does it mean?!) and, logically, a ginormous pot of gold.
Yall go on to Boston. Wed rather be rich.
Print headline: Were No. 44!