8 thoughts on “Drunk History or Why Didn’t We Think of This?

  1. Ahh, drunk history. I know a couple of people I’d love to see as the, ahem, narrators. One of them is my husband. When he’s really drunk he starts ranting and raving about Oliver Cromwell. In fact, this is actually a pretty reliable signal for telling when he’s really, really drunk. “Has he started spouting off about Cromwell yet? No? Then he’s not super drunk yet.” It’d be hilarious to film him at it, or maybe that’s just me.

    1. Hahahahaahah! That’s awesome :) I’ve heard that a UK version of this started, but I haven’t seen it (or found it online) yet.

  2. Late comment here, but I have to admit I teared up watching this. I know Drunk History is meant to be silly, but I was so pleased to see that you’d chosen a clip about the history of the ADA. I worked with university students with disabilities for a few years, so these things are close to my heart. Some of the things those students fought through to get to college would END anyone else. Long live the ADA!

  3. I love that they got differently-abled actors to play the protestors in the reenactment

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