9 Historical Events As Told By Drunk Texts

It’s a little known fact that drunk texting has been around for centuries—since our Founding Fathers. You can see more historical figures in drunken form Tuesdays at 10/9c on Comedy Central’s Drunk History.


The first ‎#DrunkHistory drunk text ever! This exchange is between Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant.


This ‎drunk text would never have happened if Lincoln had just said “87,” like a normal person.


Thomas Jefferson often drunk texted his fellow founding fathers, looking for advice on writing the Declaration of Independence.


George Washington was always the responsible one. No wonder he was our first president.


It turns out that all of the founding fathers had an opinion about the Declaration of Independence.


Don’t get Ben Franklin angry when he’s been drinking.


John Hancock’s was the biggest.


We all know Patrick Henry wanted liberty, but a man isn’t a free man unless he has a beer in his hand.


Thomas Jefferson really let loose after finishing up the Declaration of Independence.

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