Reader’s Digest wants to find out which military service is the funniest.
The monthly magazine is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its “Humor in Uniform” column by running a contest to find the most humorous true anecdotes from military life, according to a Reader’s Digest press release.
Active-duty, Reserve and retired servicemembers and their families can participate. Entries must be submitted to www.rd.com/uniform by June 30. They also can be mailed to: “The Funniest Branch of the Military Contest,” Reader’s Digest, P.O. Box 1598, Newburgh, NY 12550.
Entries must include the entrant’s full name, e-mail address and street address. Anecdotes should be no more than 100 words, true, original and related to the armed services.
Friday, June 11, 2004
BECAUSE GIs CAN FIND HUMOR ALMOST ANYWHERE
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