Tuesday, June 21, 2016

39 Lies with Variations

THE BRITISH ARMY IN BURMA, MARCH 1945,
The British commander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank
of the 9th Royal Deccan Horse, 255th Indian Tank Brigade,
encounter a newly liberated elephant on the road
to Meiktila, 29 March 1945. Public domain.


39 Lies with Variations

I did not know what was happening.
We could not smell the smoke.
They were in the Army.
You only followed orders.
He was too busy cleaning up the landscape.
She did not know at the front.
I could not smell the rubble.
We were in what was happening.
They only followed the smoke.
You were too busy cleaning up the Army.
He did not know orders.
She could not smell the landscape.
I was at the front.
We only followed the rubble.
They were too busy cleaning up what was happening.
You did not know the smoke.
He could not smell the Army.
She was in a religious order.
I only followed the landscape.
We were too busy cleaning up at the front.
They did not know the rubble.
You could not smell what was happening.
He was in the smoke.
She only followed the Army.
I was too busy cleaning up orders.
We did not know the landscape.
They could not smell at the front.
You were in the rubble.
He only followed what was happening.
She was too busy cleaning up the smoke.
I did not know the Army.
We could not smell orders.
They were in the landscape.
You only followed the front.
He was too busy cleaning up the rubble.
She did not know what was happening.
I could not smell the smoke.
We were in the Army.
They only followed orders.