Foo, man, chew

Charlotte H. reminds us of this old classic.

This is a story about the famous Chinese general Fu Man Chu who went to invade Siberia during the winter. One of the defending Siberian generals had spies who would run up into the mountains, spy on the Chinese, and return with messages about the state of the invaders. During one night, there was a terrible snow and ice storm, and the renowned Chu was said to have died from the cold.

The messenger returned to the Siberian general’s camp and gave the following report, “Many are cold, but Chu is frozen.”

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