Frank E Gibbard Posted March 21, 2013 Share Posted March 21, 2013 Abe Lincoln was thought quite a paragon compared to your King Henry the Eighth; for one thing he never executed his wife, nor dumped one like Catherine of Aragon. He wore a certain suspicially tall black hat, rumour had it he kept a tower of pancakes there and once mid-speech to the masses an awed populace became gradually aware drips from Abe's hair may just be molasses. "Government of the people ... by the people, for the people," Abe paused within his oration lending a gravitas to this leader's noble station; hat flourish now would seem most Presidential but that exact moment was not so providential. On his forehead the stovepipe firmly remained, above a brow smeared with syrup and stained. Suffering succotash thought Abe. Oh untimeous luck .. that damned hat's stuck on fast yet again. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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