I am posting this take on the old "bullet with your name on it" cliche for no other reason than it amuses me. It comes from the "Blackadder" series that appeared on BBC in the 80s. Blackadder was set in various historical periods but always followed the misadventures of Edmund Blackadder.
Baldrick was Blackadder's dimwitted manservant, although in this case, you will have to agree, his logic is impeccable. "Blackadder Goes Forth," from which the scene is taken, was set in the trenches of the Western Front in 1917.