Shenanigans, painting and solo wargaming from a caravan/castle in Ireland.
Hilarious! Just a scuffle. And of course France just wanted to give up.This is why I don't need a Facebook account - you just keep posting the best stuff anyway.
Thanks Alex, it has a few good points!
France was "talking" to Britain not to the States in that section./Andrew in Toronto
I do love things like these. There are some utterly brilliant ones out there.
A few more to come.....
hahahaha oh that last one, riiight! Poor France, just want to dance and prance
Feeding their faces!
Oh very funny post Fran!Christopher
Thanks for that Rodger.
it really is all about the money....
It's all about the Benjamins!
Nice one Fran.
This was great!!! We really do have some obnoxious accents!!
These are hilarious. Love that last bit about the US policy of non interference. right.
Awesome! It is so telling of where we are today.
Wtf? Lsl, fomcl! Gr8 otl version of history!
I know, I have a few others!
fun post Fran thanks
No problem James.
Excellent Francis !Cheers .
Nice one Vincent!
Great post Fran!
Thanks mate but I know I am!
Easy to digest history lesson, nice one Francis my good man.
No problem Tony!
Washington lost every battle he fought. Just thought you should know.
...but still won?
I can think think of wars in which the losers won the last battle:Napoleonic (Davout clobbered the Prussians at the gates of Paris AFTER Waterloo); War of 1812 (What was left of Pakenham's army after New Orleans travelled east along the coast and captured a fort after a bit of a fight); American Civil War (Palmito Ranch, a month after Appomattox. Of course, the fact that both sides could be counted in a handful of hundreds made no difference to the overall result!).
You're right, it's not over until the fat lady sings, I did not know about Davout!
Good one mateIan
I value my life too much to comment on this :)
We prefer to call it "prudent". After I move home however.....
Hopefully that will happen with any luck!
Clever bit of work there mate, well done! Now can we have one on the debate about 'Revolution' vs 'War of Independence'?;O)
Revolt maybe, possible uprising?
I would unfriend all of them.
Very nice; interesting version!
These "historical" social media posts are hilarious, but my favorite is still the WW2 one!
So far mine too!
Very silly. I approve.
Too funny. This one's even better than the WWII one. I love it.
Thanks for that Chris.
Nice one Cory.
Very funny - nice find Fran!
That is so true and so funny at the same time. Nice one Fran
You're welcome PK!
What a sensational post, love it Francis.
Are you just trying to that the American are revolting but some fiendish roundabout way ? :-)All good fun and one I hadn't seen before, thanks for the chuckles AL.Here's hoping you haven't offended too many of your followers - teehee
I haven't even done the civil war yet!
Yes, I felt the Boston Tea Party was always lacking swag. But who could turn down an invite to the Boston Tea Partaaaaayyyy?
Back then it was a big event:D
Good stuff. Need to dust off my figures and play a game; maybe Monmouth.
Inspirational at the very least!
Haha. So fricking hilarious! Love this post! <3
I've just realized it's upside down. I wish Facebook let me view things from past to present.
I'm a sucker for these and this one was no exception. Thank you, Monsieur Lurker.
You're welcome sir!
Haha I love it!! You need to do all the wars.
This is so awesome. Brilliant. Last one from USA missed a line "international conflicts unless the nation has oil"
The certainties, of course, are death and taxes. In historical terms the latter often causes the former. A very funny, interesting and thought provoking post. Thanks.