16 thoughts on “WWI in terms a drunk can understand

    • Among the vast wasteland of idiocy that exists on the Internet, occasional gems like this pop up. Whomever whipped this up had to have a solid understanding of history, the ability to explain what happened and a pretty good sense of humor – a relatively rare combination, unfortunately.

  1. Well that explains everything even a non-drinker can understand. It’s like sitting at the dinner table telling your parents that your brother is looking at you, and won’t they please tell him to stop! 🙂 What’s up with looking, anyway? I know it used to make my blood boil! : Thanks for sharing, Cotton. Our CCSS conference this year commemorates the start of WWI. Hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving. 🙂

    • Ah, yes, the old “he’s looking at me” rhubarb. I employed it many a time in my youth.

      Sounds like your conference will be a fascinating one. Just think of all the great works of literature that use World War I as a backdrop: All Quiet on the Western Front, A Farewell to Arms, Goodbye to All That; Storm of Steel, to name just a few.

      I had a very nice Thanksgiving and hope you did, as well.

      • We did. It was quiet. Vince’s sister came over, and we played cards after we stuffed ourselves nearly comatose. I’m still eating cake. Yikes! Back to the diet and exercise soon! 🙂

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