Here's the story.
Our joint friend posted her #IceBucketChallenge on Facebook. I commented on the post, joking that she needed to do it again, as she hadn't stated who she was doing it for. She mentioned that she needed the lick to donate too. I posted the MacMillan link, NW posted the MND link. There was some banter, where I said I thought that MacMillan was the original and linked to an article where Pamela Anderson was refusing to do the challenge. The above was her response.
So I researched, and found this.
So I admitted that I was wrong, as you do. I apologised for not researching enough (or rather, not doing the research that she deemed acceptable), and said that I had continued to look further. But, even though I did all that, I couldn't help but do a little kick in her direction. Stating that, through the new research that NW had suggested I do, I found out that we were both wrong - as the American charity ALS had received their first donation almost a year after the first challenge was taken. And that year consisted of various different charities receiving donations. So, as NW was trying to look clever in trying to point out that ALS/MND were doing the challenge before MacMillan, she bit herself in the ass, because it all started some where else. Silly chicken.
So, like the title & first sentence states, don't you just love it when someone tells you to go do some research, and you do, and prove them stupid.
Well yes, yes I do.