Drunk History: Drink A Bottle of History

Drunk History has got to be seen. It is one of the funniest historical things you will ever see, and I’m not kidding. Created by Derek Waters and edited and directed by Jeremy Konner, these short films involve a narrator / host who gets drunk and then relates a fascinating bit of U.S. History. Among the topics these hilarious denizens of history take on are William Henry Harrison (who death was from an obvious cause &#8211 &#8220with no coat on&#8230- cold as shit!&#8221), Benjamin Franklin&#8216-s time in London (&#8220Franklin liked to F@*#&#8221 &#8211 featuring Jack Black), Oney Judge, George & Martha Washington’s &#8220favorite slave&#8221), and more.

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