What he sits back on, before springing into action to prevent you from stealing his* secret pot of gold.
* Is it sexist to say "he" to refer to a leprechaun whose gender is unknown?
What about the fact that I've never seen a female leprechaun?
Do female leprechauns exist?
I mean, do they exist even less than male leprechauns do?
What about a unicorn with two corns? (A bicorn?)
Is that even more fictitious than just a plain old, boring unicorn?
What about one with three horns?
(I know, that's a triceratops.)
I guess what I'm trying to say is, don't try to steal gold from a female triceratops.
And if only male leprechauns do exist, it makes sense why they'd be down with rainbows.
Are they gay because of the rainbow, or Jewish because of the gold?
Answer: they got so drunk that they forgot what stereotypes to fulfill, because they're Irish.)
(That can also read as "stereotype apology.")