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Glory - "Latrines" Wasn't Used as a Term in the Civil War
During the scene where the 54th Mass is hauling logs and clearing brush, Denzel Washington gets into a fight with passing white Union troops. As the white troops march away, the last words spoken by one of the men was, "Go dig a latrine boy!". During the Civil War the proper slang was actually a "sink". Latrines weren't used until much later.
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Greg VW on 06-22-2007
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