The Ancient Greeks in Thirteen Words

April 7, 2006 @ 5:36 am | Filed under: , ,

According to Beanie, five years old:

"Those people who believed in lots of gods and didn’t have any shirts."


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Comments

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  1. Amy says:

    ROFL!!

  2. Mary G in Greenville says:

    Well that’s what I call a pithy narration!

  3. Elizabeth M says:

    It also clarifies something that had always puzzled me: The difference between the Greeks and the Romans. The Romans were the ones with shirts!

  4. Rebecca says:

    Hilarious!

  5. Karen E. says:

    I love that! Another gem from the World According to Bean ….

  6. Redneck Peril says:

    A redneck classicist directs you to…

    …The Ancient Greeks in Thirteen Words, courtesy of Beanie, scribal duties performed by the fine book-loving blog Here in the Bonny Glen.