The James T. Callow Folklore Archive
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AMBITION KILLED CAESAR.
Where learned: USS FRED T BERRY (DD-858)
|Subject headings:||PROVERB -- Proverbial Metaphor|
Date learned: 00-00-1965
The Art of Toasting:
Toasting "healths" began hundreds of years BC when warriors offered drinks to Pagan Gods. Greeks drank at banquets to every God on Olympus. RomNS dded a pledge to Caesar - with a cup to each letter in his name. Norsemen drank to Thor, and Oden, plus cups to love, memories, absent friends. Merrymakers drank to each other's health. Pledging in these cutthroat days was very real. A man was especially vulnerable while drinking. When kinsman "pledged health," they swore to defend each other. Rowdy songs and chug-a-lugging begame part of health drinking as well as toasts to the ladies, wealth and success.
Data entry tech comment:
Motifs added by TRD
James Callow comment:
Not ONE example.
|Subject headings:||Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Speech Speech|
SPEECH -- Formula