Actual footage, circa 1752.
Benjamin Franklin's "Drinker's Dictionary" -- a list of some 220 "round-about phrases" for "drunk" originally published in a 1737 issue of the Pennsylvania Gazette -- is read aloud by a fairly persuasive impersonator.
Staying Home on Black Friday Was a Good Choice
Why Do You Run?
That Kid Has Their Priorities Straight
Animal of the Day: German Shepherd Hates Mr. Trololo
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This Woman's Monopoly Game With Her Boyfriend in the Only ...
Missing the Point, Just in Time for the Holidays
Buddy, We've Got Bad News for You
What, You Don't Like the Cats?
It Doesn't Get Any Clearer Than This
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