Minstrel shows were a form of entertainment popular in America during the early 19th century. The shows were usually performed by white people wearing make-up for the purpose of portraying black characters (the practice is called "blackface"). Sometimes, African-American actors would participate too, although this was less common. Minstrel shows portrayed African Americans as foolish, superstitious, complacent and lazy. The popularity of minstrel shows declined with the emergence of vaudeville.
It was a couple of days after the fact than this that the pigs happened upon an instance of whisky in the basements of the farmhouse. It had been disregarded when the house was first involved. That evening there came from the farmhouse the sound of noisy singing, wherein, amazingly, the strains of Monsters of Britain were stirred up
Be that as it may, toward the beginning of the day a profound quiet loomed over the farmhouse. Not a pig had all the earmarks of being blending. It was almost nine o'clock when Bigmouth showed up, strolling gradually and dejectedly, his eyes dull, his tail hanging flaccidly behind him, and with each appearance of being genuinely sick. He assembled the creatures and disclosed to them that he had a horrible bit of information to confer. Comrade Napoleon was passing on!