Discussion in 'Caption This!' started by ami, Jan 12, 2018.
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Boy, first thing wrong is standing in front of the carriage. If I have to speak to you again, you're going to the other side!
You can take the teacher out of the school, but never take the school out of the teacher. Yes Bill?
"First we'll say a short prayer for Private Victor who insists on standing in front of the cannon while we are firing..."
"Your next words you hear will be St. Peter's, sonny boy... if you don't skedaddle."
And a-one, and a-two...Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah, Here I am at Camp Grenada. (They were ahead of their time.)
That was not an artillery report (pull my finger)
#one thing not to do is leave the cover over the end of the barrel, like we just did OPPS
Heavenly Father please protect this young man who insists on standing in front of my gun, Amen
Let's see...wind 'bout Sou' Sou' West at 4 knots. Gimme 14 on elevation.
Hang on fellas!! This is the best part!!! I love playing the 1812 overture!! A one and a two.....
"OK Boys! Who has seen a cannon fired?"
Howzat ? Yep, he’s OUT - Leg before Cannon !!!
OK, Now by the book, !st we remove the muzzle cover
Listen up. Elevation wheel is right there for up and down movement
Which one of you numbskulls forgot to hitch up the limber?
According to my calculations, including wind, elevation and speed of the charging soldiers we will be overrun before we can reload. Boy get the horses hitched up
The first thing we do is remove the numbskull standing in front. The next thing is to remember that the cannon kicks back when it's fired, which means we can't stand so close behind it, either.
Bonaparte? No. No.
There’s another reason they are called “Napoleons” You see, when you stand in front of them you get “Blown-a-part”!
Now sonny, unless you want to become the next Napoleon Blownapart then remove yourself from the point of the barrel!
I'll give you to the count of 3 to get your filthy hands off my canon. I already called it.
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