Two soldiers, one a young man with his back to the reader and the other an older, more mature man, look at each other across a battlefield. They speak to each other but we are only able to hear the soldier who is younger; it is clear that he has just joined up and does not know much of what is happening around him.
"It's so strange to be back," says the soldier, who has clearly been in the army for some time. "I can't believe I'm really here."
The older soldier nods, but says nothing for a few minutes before speaking again. "It's funny... when you get back from the wars, it's like you've never really left them. I think maybe you have, but your life is just waiting on the other side of the door you're opening.
"Yes," the younger soldier nodded. "But also ... have you ever heard of any of these fifteen facts? Here, listen to this ... "
Harrison Ford gave Sean Bean a scar on his face.
Silent letters in many English words were put there to look more fancy.
The Japanese fear a mythical foot in need of a scrub.
He-Man was a pacifist.
Britney’s hit song wasn’t so violent after all.
Norway was given a signature smell... In Epcot.
Aladdin’s look is based on Tom Cruise.
Hey Arnold! Is really from Sesame Street.
It was prophesied in the ‘50s that an “Elon” would lead mankind to Mars.
A giant squid attacked a Naval escort.
Talk about a clean getaway.
Early copies of Mass Effect 3 were dropped from space.
A jet raced across the Earth, following the moon’s shadow during an eclipse.