Bill & Ted's
Historical Hysterical Postcards
Below are all four of the postcards from the back of the original boxes of Bill & Ted's Excellent Cereal. The postcards depict four historical events: the discovery of America, the painting of the Mona Lisa, the discovery of electricty, and George Washington crossing the Delaware. Out of all the historical events the cereal makers could have picked, you have to wonder they decided on these particular four, and why they didn't choose anything involving Mozart or Falco. The postcards feature bad jokes, worse punctuation, and a flagrant disregard for the basic rules of capitalization. Nice work, Ralston!
"This way to San Dimas dudes!"
Greetings from 1492
Christoper Columbus discovered the "New World", America in 1492.
"The Mona Lisa is an Awesome Babe!"
Greetings from 1503
Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa in 1503!
"The Discovery of the electric guitar! "
Greetings from 1774
Ben Franklin discovered electricity in 1774 by flying a kite in a thunderstorm.
"Hey father of our country, can't you go any faster - It's Cold!"
Greetings from 1776
George Washington and his soldiers crossed the Delaware River on Christmas night in 1776 to defeat the British at Trenton, NJ during the Revolutionary War.
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