It would be nice if more of the conflicts around the world could be like this one.
The Spanish town of Huéscar was at war with Denmark for nearly two centuries. Not a single shot was fired, and no one died – because as soon as war was declared in 1809, everyone completely forgot about it. A peace treaty was finally signed in 1981, when a historian happened upon the official declaration and realized they technically should have been fighting each other for the past 172 years.
You can read more about this unknown conflict here.
Coffee out on the patio this morning, where the temps are still rising.