The History of Beer Bongs
On July 4th, 1776, after having just signed away his life with the stroke of a pen, Benjamin Franklin made a different, albeit just as important, declaration: "There can't be good living where there is not good drinking."
Having spoken these words, Mr. Franklin, with the aid of Thomas Jefferson, sealed them with a beer bong, symbolizing the covenant between Man, God, and Beer.
A few short years later, the newly emerged country, ravaged by war, looked to rebuild. Inspiration was hard to find among the twisted wreckage, but to the discerning eye, and tongue, it was there. Benjamin Franklin's words on that fateful night would become a hopeful hymn, with many American's turning to it in times of hopeless distress.
A new American spirit was forged, with the beer bong as its template; a spirit whose foundations were drawn from teamwork, unity, and above all respect for one's fellow man. Through good drink man would live a good life, and forge a newer, brighter future for countless generations to come.
Upon these ideals, Beer Bongs For World Peace was created. For, if good living comes from good drinking, then it is our god-given duty to spread this truth, and spread it we shall, with the most unifying tool: The Beer Bong.