Washington D.C. - Leaders of every nation from the United States to Zimbabwe made a notion late Friday afternoon to change the name of St. Patrick’s Day to St. Neil Patrick Harris Day in honor of the venerable actor and international star. “The man is a genius!” Proclaimed former United States Secretary of State, Colin Powell, who said his favorite Neil Patrick Harris film was Undercover Brother. Others that were part of the secret meeting to make the change proclaimed Harris as the funniest man alive and well deserving of a holiday in his honor. No changes have been set in stone, but Harris posted a tweet to his Twitter account yesterday thanking the leaders for considering the change.
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