When the anunnaki took the daughters of men as wives, the men were marching at Saint Patrick’s Day parade and, upon hearing the news, they had to run back home. As they were dressed in green and waving the shamrock, the anunnaki thought them to be thickets, and therefore ignored them. But then the men began to play their bagpipes, and so they pushed the anunnaki back to the edge of the cliff, and one after another the anunnaki jumped and drowned in the sea. The daughters of men, upon seeing this, began to gnash their teeth. But the men said to their daughters: “We have heard the fame thereof: our hands wax feeble: anguish hath taken hold of us, and pain, as of a woman in travail.” And the daughters of men took pity on their fathers and forgave them, and then cut them into small pieces and fed them to the fish.