An army Sergeant calls his soldiers back to line up after they have eaten lunch. Mid-order the Sergeant realizes that one of the soldiers has a ketchup stain on his shirt and lectures the soldiers on respect for "me, your country, and your momma." As the Sergeant continues on his tangent, soldiers pass a Tide to Go detergent pen behind their backs to the offending soldier. By the time the leader asks the soldier for comment the stain is gone and the soldier replies, "Sir. What stain, Sir?"
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