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I Once Ate A Man In Korea - OCTOGENARIAN: Those Damn Kids

I Once Ate A Man In Korea

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I once ate a man in Korea.  I'd prefer not to go into details.  The Pentagon told us never to discuss it.  I obey my orders from the Pentagon unlike all these pussy generals that parade onto CNN and talk about how we're not fighting the war right.  Shut the fuck up! - with all due respect - sirs!

Anyway, I once ate a man in Korea.  The whole man.  Like the Indians with the buffalo, I used every piece of that unlucky son of a bitch.

It was a freezing spring day in 1952 when the "incident" occurred.  Eighteen inches of snow, frozen roads, sub-zero temperatures.  I saw a man's face shatter like ice when he was shaving with a rusty razor.  Brutal.  Goddamned brutal.  So rather than die of starvation and loneliness - I ate that dead Korean

All THOSE DAMN KIDS know how to do is fall off their skateboards and throw dog shit onto my lawn. 

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I'm going to mark the edge of my property with sulfuric acid so the next time Snotty Scotty falls on my grass the skin will fall right off his ass!  That's what that punk deserves and that's what I want to see!

I've heard stories that people from Michigan are cannibals by nature.  I'm not sure if that's true or not. 

I haven't eaten anyone since 1952.  Mrs. Aldrich hasn't eaten anyone since 1986 (that's a joke).  It was closer to 1982 (that's also a joke).  As far as I know, she's never eaten one person.  But she's from Iowa.  And people from Iowa are more interested in chicken.

Days like this make me sad.

THOSE DAMN KIDS giggling like gorillas and rolling down my street on their fat bodies will never know what it's like to be really hungry.  I mean REALLY hungry.  So hungry that you'd... well, you know...

The sacrifices I made just so they could go to Arby's...

I'll talk at you next week...

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Lester Aldrich is a freelance columnist for Octogenarian MagazineManka Bros. Studios is not responsible for any action by our freelance writers.  If Mr. Aldrich actually kills someone, that's his problem. Manka Bros. cannot be held accountable.

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3 Comments

NAIA bobob said:

This is a recurring thign and nothing to be ashamed of. Korean vets have never gotten the fair shake they deserve. It's all about the timing of the thing, war fatigue and all that.

Mark Dunlap said:

I know that wasn't hard to talk about. Thanks Lester.

Senior Fish said:

Which branch of the service were you in? I think Navy are allowed to eat other humans. The other branches need to get permission.

About Lester Aldrich

Lester Aldrich - Those Damn Kids - Manka Bros. - Octogenarian

Lester Aldrich is a World War 2 and Korean War veteran. He has been a contributing writer for Manka Bros.' Octogenarian Mankazine since he turned 80 (eight years ago). He lives in East Lansing, Michigan with his wife of 65 years and really hates THOSE DAMN KIDS.

 

 

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