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None Other Than: Okay people, history-fail story-time cindehella artyowl01 So back in the 1780's when our country was still figuring crap out and ol' George Washington was just elected president, G.W decided to send a letter to Congress along the lines of Looking forward to working with you all, this will be exciting! Congress, not wanting to slight the president and also trying to express their own enthusiasm, sent back a letter along the lines of "Glad you're excited, we are also looking forward to working with you!" Then George sends another letter back saying something like "Cool cool bros, glad you're just as excited as am, and Congress, again not wanting to be awkward or just ignore the PRESIDENT sent back ANOTHER letter saying some dumb crap that was probably along the lines of "Glad you're excited that we're excited that you're excited Democracy at its finest And while this in itself is funny, that is not even the best part. George Washington, while being powerful, was not extremely eloquent, and at this point was also aging, busy, and overall very stressed about his new position (which he did not want in the first place). So he asked his old friend James Madison, who had a much better way with words, to write the first note to Congress. Good old James Madison, wanting to oblige his friend, did just that and composed the note to Congress. Now, J-Mads was himself a member of Congress, so when the note arrived, he was in session to hear "Washington's" letter read Cngress got nervous and worried about who could possibly compose a formal and acceptable letter back to Washington. Who better than his old friend, James Madison? So Jimmy, being obliging wrote the response. When Washington received the reply, he once again asked his friend to write the response And who did Congress choose to write their final letter? That's right. ..none other than Jimmy-James-Madison himself. So James Madison, future 4th president of the United States, wrote himself 4 letters under the guise of George Washington and the first Congress of the U.S. And he was too embarrassed to admit it catfish of the millenium History story time
None Other Than: Okay people, history-fail story-time
 cindehella
 artyowl01
 So back in the 1780's when our country was still figuring crap out and
 ol' George Washington was just elected president, G.W decided to
 send a letter to Congress along the lines of Looking forward to
 working with you all, this will be exciting! Congress, not wanting to
 slight the president and also trying to express their own enthusiasm,
 sent back a letter along the lines of "Glad you're excited, we are also
 looking forward to working with you!"
 Then George sends another letter back saying something like "Cool
 cool bros, glad you're just as excited as am, and Congress, again
 not wanting to be awkward or just ignore the PRESIDENT sent back
 ANOTHER letter saying some dumb crap that was probably along
 the lines of "Glad you're excited that we're excited that you're
 excited
 Democracy at its finest
 And while this in itself is funny, that is not even the best part.
 George Washington, while being powerful, was not extremely
 eloquent, and at this point was also aging, busy, and overall very
 stressed about his new position (which he did not want in the first
 place). So he asked his old friend James Madison, who had a much
 better way with words, to write the first note to Congress. Good old
 James Madison, wanting to oblige his friend, did just that and
 composed the note to Congress. Now, J-Mads was himself a
 member of Congress, so when the note arrived, he was in session to
 hear "Washington's" letter read
 Cngress got nervous and worried about who could possibly
 compose a formal and acceptable letter back to Washington. Who
 better than his old friend, James Madison? So Jimmy, being obliging
 wrote the response. When Washington received the reply, he once
 again asked his friend to write the response
 And who did Congress choose to write their final letter? That's
 right. ..none other than Jimmy-James-Madison himself.
 So James Madison, future 4th president of the United States, wrote
 himself 4 letters under the guise of George Washington and the first
 Congress of the U.S. And he was too embarrassed to admit it
 catfish of the millenium
History story time

History story time

None Other Than: Okay people, history-fail story-time... cindehella; artyowl01: So back in the 1780's when our country was still figuring crap out and ol' George Washington was just elected president, G.W decided to send a letter to Congress along the lines of 'Looking forward to working with you all, this will be exciting!" Congress, not wanting to slight the president and also trying to express their own enthusiasm sent back a letter along the lines of "Glad you're excited, we are also looking forward to working with you!" Then George sends another letter back saying something like "Cool cool bros, glad you're just as excited as I am," and Congress, again not wanting to be awkward or just ignore the PRESIDENT, sent back ANOTHER letter saying some dumb crap that was probably along the lines of "Glad you're excited that we're excited that you're excited. Democracy at its finest And while this in itself is funny, that is not even the best part George Washington, while being powerful, was not extremely eloquent, and at this point was also aging, busy, and overall very stressed about his new position (which he did not want in the first place) So he asked his old friend James Madison, who had a much better way with words, to write the first note to Congress Good old James Madison, wanting to oblige his friend, did just that and composed the note to Congress. Now, J-Mads was himself a member of Congress, so when the note arrived, he was in session to hear "Washington's" letter read Congress got nervous and worried about who could possibly compose a formal and acceptable letter back to Washington. Who better than his old friend, James Madison? So Jimmy, being obliging, wrote the response. When Washington received the reply, he once again asked his friend to write the response. And who did Congress choose to write their final letter? That's right.none other than Jimmy-James-Madison himself So James Madison, future 4th president of the United States, wrote himself 4 letters under the guise of George Washington and the first Congress of the U.S. And he was too embarrassed to admit it catfish of the millenium History story time
None Other Than: Okay people, history-fail story-time...
 cindehella;
 artyowl01:
 So back in the 1780's when our country was still figuring crap out and
 ol' George Washington was just elected president, G.W decided to
 send a letter to Congress along the lines of 'Looking forward to
 working with you all, this will be exciting!" Congress, not wanting to
 slight the president and also trying to express their own enthusiasm
 sent back a letter along the lines of "Glad you're excited, we are also
 looking forward to working with you!"
 Then George sends another letter back saying something like "Cool
 cool bros, glad you're just as excited as I am," and Congress, again
 not wanting to be awkward or just ignore the PRESIDENT, sent back
 ANOTHER letter saying some dumb crap that was probably along
 the lines of "Glad you're excited that we're excited that you're
 excited.
 Democracy at its finest
 And while this in itself is funny, that is not even the best part
 George Washington, while being powerful, was not extremely
 eloquent, and at this point was also aging, busy, and overall very
 stressed about his new position (which he did not want in the first
 place) So he asked his old friend James Madison, who had a much
 better way with words, to write the first note to Congress Good old
 James Madison, wanting to oblige his friend, did just that and
 composed the note to Congress. Now, J-Mads was himself a
 member of Congress, so when the note arrived, he was in session to
 hear "Washington's" letter read
 Congress got nervous and worried about who could possibly
 compose a formal and acceptable letter back to Washington. Who
 better than his old friend, James Madison? So Jimmy, being obliging,
 wrote the response. When Washington received the reply, he once
 again asked his friend to write the response.
 And who did Congress choose to write their final letter? That's
 right.none other than Jimmy-James-Madison himself
 So James Madison, future 4th president of the United States, wrote
 himself 4 letters under the guise of George Washington and the first
 Congress of the U.S. And he was too embarrassed to admit it
 catfish of the millenium
History story time

History story time

None Other Than: Okay people, history-fail story-time... cindehella artyowl01: So back in the 1780's when our country was still figuring crap out and ol' George Washington was just elected president, G.W. decided to send a letter to Congress along the lines of 'Looking forward to working with you all, this will be exciting!" Congress, not wanting to slight the president and also trying to express their own enthusiasm sent back a letter along the lines of "Glad you're excited, we are also looking forward to working with you!" Then George sends another letter back saying something like "Cool cool bros, glad you're just as excited as I am," and Congress, again not wanting to be awkward or just ignore the PRESIDENT, sent back ANOTHER letter saying some dumb crap that was probably along the lines of "Glad you're excited that we're excited that you're excited." Democracy at its finest And while this in itself is funny, that is not even the best part George Washington, while being powerful, was not extremely eloquent, and at this point was also aging, busy, and overall very stressed about his new position (which he did not want in the first place) So he asked his old friend James Madison, who had a much better way with words, to write the first note to Congress Good old James Madison, wanting to oblige his friend, did just that and composed the note to Congress. Now, J-Mads was himself a member of Congress, so when the note arrived, he was in session to hear "Washington's" letter read Congress got nervous and worried about who could possibly compose a formal and acceptable letter back to Washington Who better than his old friend, James Madison? So Jimmy, being obliging, wrote the response. When Washington received the reply, he once again asked his friend to write the response. And who did Congress choose to write their final letter? That's right...none other than Jimmy-James-Madison himself So James Madison, future 4th president of the United States, wrote himself 4 letters under the guise of George Washington and the first Congress of the U.S. And he was too embarrassed to admit it catfish of the millenium History fail storytimeadvice-animal.tumblr.com
None Other Than: Okay people, history-fail story-time...
 cindehella
 artyowl01:
 So back in the 1780's when our country was still figuring crap out and
 ol' George Washington was just elected president, G.W. decided to
 send a letter to Congress along the lines of 'Looking forward to
 working with you all, this will be exciting!" Congress, not wanting to
 slight the president and also trying to express their own enthusiasm
 sent back a letter along the lines of "Glad you're excited, we are also
 looking forward to working with you!"
 Then George sends another letter back saying something like "Cool
 cool bros, glad you're just as excited as I am," and Congress, again
 not wanting to be awkward or just ignore the PRESIDENT, sent back
 ANOTHER letter saying some dumb crap that was probably along
 the lines of "Glad you're excited that we're excited that you're
 excited."
 Democracy at its finest
 And while this in itself is funny, that is not even the best part
 George Washington, while being powerful, was not extremely
 eloquent, and at this point was also aging, busy, and overall very
 stressed about his new position (which he did not want in the first
 place) So he asked his old friend James Madison, who had a much
 better way with words, to write the first note to Congress Good old
 James Madison, wanting to oblige his friend, did just that and
 composed the note to Congress. Now, J-Mads was himself a
 member of Congress, so when the note arrived, he was in session to
 hear "Washington's" letter read
 Congress got nervous and worried about who could possibly
 compose a formal and acceptable letter back to Washington
 Who
 better than his old friend, James Madison? So Jimmy, being obliging,
 wrote the response. When Washington received the reply, he once
 again asked his friend to write the response.
 And who did Congress choose to write their final letter? That's
 right...none other than Jimmy-James-Madison himself
 So James Madison, future 4th president of the United States, wrote
 himself 4 letters under the guise of George Washington and the first
 Congress of the U.S. And he was too embarrassed to admit it
 catfish of the millenium
History fail storytimeadvice-animal.tumblr.com

History fail storytimeadvice-animal.tumblr.com

None Other Than: Okay people, history-fail story-time cindehella artyowlo1 So back in the 1780's when our country was still figuring crap out and ol' George Washington was just elected president, G.W. decided to send a letter to Congress along the lines of Looking forward to working with you all, this will be exciting!" Congress, not wanting to slight the president and also trying to express their own enthusiasnm sent back a letter along the lines of "Glad you're excited, we are also looking forward to working with you!" Then George sends another letter back saying something like "Cool cool bros, glad you're just as excited as I am," and Congress, again not wanting to be awkward or just ignore the PRESIDENT, sent back ANOTHER letter saying some dumb crap that was probably along the lines of "Glad you're excited that we're excited that you're excited Democracy at its finest And while this in itself is funny, that is not even the best part. George Washington, while being powerful, was not extremely eloquent, and at this point was also aging, busy, and overall very stressed about his new position (which he did not want in the first place). So he asked his old friend James Madison, who had a much better way with words, to write the first note to Congress. Good old James Madison, wanting to oblige his friend, did just that and composed the note to Congress. Now, J-Mads was himself a member of Congress, so when the note arrived, he was in session to hear "Washington's" letter read Congress got nervous and worried about who could possibly compose a formal and acceptable letter back to Washington. Who better than his old friend, James Madison? So Jimmy, being obliging wrote the response. When Washington received the reply, he once again asked his friend to write the response And who did Congress choose to write their final letter? That's right....none other than Jimmy-James-Madison himselr. So James Madison, future 4th president of the United States, wrote himself 4 letters under the guise of George Washington and the first Congress of the U.S. And he was too embarrassed to admit it catfish of the millenium History fail storytime
None Other Than: Okay people, history-fail story-time
 cindehella
 artyowlo1
 So back in the 1780's when our country was still figuring crap out and
 ol' George Washington was just elected president, G.W. decided to
 send a letter to Congress along the lines of Looking forward to
 working with you all, this will be exciting!" Congress, not wanting to
 slight the president and also trying to express their own enthusiasnm
 sent back a letter along the lines of "Glad you're excited, we are also
 looking forward to working with you!"
 Then George sends another letter back saying something like "Cool
 cool bros, glad you're just as excited as I am," and Congress, again
 not wanting to be awkward or just ignore the PRESIDENT, sent back
 ANOTHER letter saying some dumb crap that was probably along
 the lines of "Glad you're excited that we're excited that you're
 excited
 Democracy at its finest
 And while this in itself is funny, that is not even the best part.
 George Washington, while being powerful, was not extremely
 eloquent, and at this point was also aging, busy, and overall very
 stressed about his new position (which he did not want in the first
 place). So he asked his old friend James Madison, who had a much
 better way with words, to write the first note to Congress. Good old
 James Madison, wanting to oblige his friend, did just that and
 composed the note to Congress. Now, J-Mads was himself a
 member of Congress, so when the note arrived, he was in session to
 hear "Washington's" letter read
 Congress got nervous and worried about who could possibly
 compose a formal and acceptable letter back to Washington. Who
 better than his old friend, James Madison? So Jimmy, being obliging
 wrote the response. When Washington received the reply, he once
 again asked his friend to write the response
 And who did Congress choose to write their final letter? That's
 right....none other than Jimmy-James-Madison himselr.
 So James Madison, future 4th president of the United States, wrote
 himself 4 letters under the guise of George Washington and the first
 Congress of the U.S. And he was too embarrassed to admit it
 catfish of the millenium
History fail storytime

History fail storytime

None Other Than: "OH, THE PLACES YOU'LL GO..." II I graduated High School this week. When my Dad said he had a present for me I thought I was getting some cheesy graduation card. But what I received was something truly priceless. Ob. the Place You' Go! S Seury Following the ceremony he handed me a bag with a copy of "Oh the Places You'll Go," by Doctor Seuss inside. At first I just smiled and said that it meant a lot and that I loved that book. But then he told me "No, open it up."...On the first page I see a short paragraph written by none other than my kindergarten teacher. I start tearing up but I'm still confused. He tells me "Every year, for the past 13 years, since the day you started kindergarten I've gotten every teacher, coach, and principal to write a little something about you inside this book." He managed to keep this book a secret for 13 years, and apparently everyone else in my life knew about it! and y yay al Ichulline you yaur Yes the intended effect occured... I burst out in tears. Sitting there reading through this book there are encouraging and sweet words from every teacher I love and remember through my years in this small town. My early teachers mention my "Pigtails and giggles," while my high school teachers mention my "Wit and sharp thinking..." But they all mention my humor and love for life. It is astounding to receive something this moving, touching, nostalgic, and thoughtful. ONJHS I can't express how much I love my Dad for this labor of love. There's always money in the banana stand Uber H umor Parenting done righthttp://meme-rage.tumblr.com
None Other Than: "OH, THE PLACES YOU'LL GO..."
 II
 I graduated High School this week. When my Dad said he had a
 present for me I thought I was getting some cheesy graduation
 card. But what I received was something truly priceless.
 Ob. the Place
 You'
 Go!
 S Seury
 Following the ceremony he handed me a bag with a copy of "Oh the Places
 You'll Go," by Doctor Seuss inside. At first I just smiled and said that it meant a
 lot and that I loved that book.
 But then he told me "No, open it up."...On the first page I see a short
 paragraph written by none other than my kindergarten teacher. I start tearing up
 but I'm still confused. He tells me "Every year, for the past 13 years, since the
 day you started kindergarten I've gotten every teacher, coach, and principal to
 write a little something about you inside this book."
 He managed to keep this book a secret for 13 years,
 and apparently everyone else in my life knew about it!
 and y yay
 al
 Ichulline you
 yaur
 Yes the intended effect occured... I burst out in tears.
 Sitting there reading through this book there are encouraging and sweet words
 from every teacher I love and remember through my years in this small town.
 My early teachers mention my "Pigtails and giggles," while my high school
 teachers mention my "Wit and sharp thinking..." But they all mention my humor
 and love for life. It is astounding to receive something this moving, touching,
 nostalgic, and thoughtful.
 ONJHS
 I can't express how much I love my
 Dad for this labor of love.
 There's always money in the banana stand
 Uber H
 umor
Parenting done righthttp://meme-rage.tumblr.com

Parenting done righthttp://meme-rage.tumblr.com