Well, not exactly, but the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Savannah, Georgia may look a LOT different this year.
The Army says the tradition of women wearing bright red lipstick and dashing into the parade to plant kisses on soldiers must stop.
The parade in Savannah usually features 200-or-so soldiers from Fort Stewart and the Army says there are too many safety concerns.
Also, they say that servicemen need to look professional and "red lipstick is not part of the uniform."
Army: No More Kissing Soldiers on St. Patrick's in Savannah https://t.co/MfuhceVuV2— Military.com (@Militarydotcom) March 9, 2018