Thomas Jefferson was never much of a warrior history tells us, but yet again history is wrong. This is an image of one of the many attempts by Jefferson to battle all the manliest animals on earth while trying to teach them the ways of America.
Epic Meal time.
If Abe Lincoln can be parodied to slay vampires, then I don't see why other world leaders are left out on the fun.
Gorillas however would equally kick his butt. But that's the fun part.
Nothing like a piece of physical on-the-job training to be the best the nation has to offer.
Ladies and gentlemen, introducing.....Thomas of the Apes.
Jefferson: *punches his face*
Jefferson: B***h shut up and listen!
You captured a moment here that I was not proud of, though it had to be done. That particular gorilla ape was most resistant to my entreaties that he acknowledge the Constitution. Did you know that the gorilla race spoke a rudimentary English language not so much unlike our own, but with a Shakespearean flourish that was most pleasing to the ear. It was thus that we were able to communicate and particularly why his stubbornness was exceedingly vexing. "No, Sir, I shan't cast mine eyes upon your accursed document!" I can still hear him declaiming. What a rogue, and yes, I secretly admired him for it. However, a solid smacking on the jaw was in order.
I am still most in awe that you were able somehow to put your artistic qualities to work and very nearly exactly capture this important moment. When we returned to Paris, the start point of our journey, we swore each other to secrecy, as much for the safety of the gorilla nation as for ourselves.
Thank you for bringing this back to my mind. At this point in time, it can do no harm for it to be made public and in such a vivid form.
Many grateful thoughts coming your way from me and my colleagues.