To Be Drunk Is A Disgrace
On a pleasant Sunday afternoon an old German and his youngest son were seated in the village inn. The father had partaken liberally of the beer, and was warning his son against the evils of intemperance.
"Never drink too much, my son. A gentleman stops when he has enough. To be drink is a disgrace."
"Yes, Father, but how can I tell when I have enough or I am drunk ?"
The old man pointed with his finger.
"Do you see those two men sitting in the corner. If you should see four men there, you would know that you were drunk."
The boy looked long and earnestly. After a time, in puzzled tones, he said :
"Yes, Father, but - but - there is only one man in that corner."
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