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A691076 - Monty Python - the Best Bits..?

Post 21

Richard Cranium {with nothing witty in brackets}

Favorite TV: The Arguement
Song: I Like Traffic Lights
Movie Moment: I could buy a french tickler if I liked- from TMOL
Favorite Python: Palin


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Post 22

Danny B

'I likeTraffic lights' - more of an anti-song really smiley - winkeye

I'll add your suggestions when I have a moment - 'Argument Clinic' is already in there; definitely a popular choice!

smiley - cheers


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the Shee

What about the song about erm that place I can't remember? smiley - blush Finland? smiley - erm (Someone hasn't spent much time on her Python lately...) Just wanted to bring it up...


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Post 24

Danny B

Thanks, Shee! I'll add Finland, and then that's it - the article is long enough now and it's exactly what I had in mind. smiley - biggrin

Thanks to everyone for your help. smiley - cheers

Danny B.


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vogonpoet (AViators at A13264670)

ITs the place where I quite want to be,


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Post 26

Danny B

Your mountains so lofty... your treetops so tall...


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Post 27

vogonpoet (AViators at A13264670)

Finland has it all.


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vogonpoet (AViators at A13264670)

It really is shocking how it plays such a poor second to belgium, when going abroad....


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Post 29

Danny B

It's so near to Russia...


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Post 30

vogonpoet (AViators at A13264670)

Yet so far from Japan


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Post 31

DoctorGonzo

"She's in this sack."
"Fred! I think we've got an 'eater'!"

smiley - laugh

It's been too long since I've seen any Python...


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Post 32

Orcus

Oh that reminds me of the sketch where some guy plays a piano concerto whilst escaping from a sack smiley - laugh


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Post 33

Danny B

Or a fake Bishop of East Anglia, stuffing all of a public school's silverware into his sack smiley - smiley


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Post 34

Orcus

It's......

The Bishop!

smiley - yikes

smiley - run

(Yet) Another sketch that makes me smiley - laugh


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Post 35

vogonpoet (AViators at A13264670)

What a glutonous feast of python excerpts.... yay!!!


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Ek* this space intentionally left blank *ki

smiley - yikes How could I even begin to consider not coming here ... I mean ...

Where to start?

The catapulted cow just gets me every time, but it's not so much the humour of the cow but the "Fetchez la vache!" that gets me every time ... smiley - laugh

"She turned me into a newt! ... I got better" ... in fact the whole of Holy Grail - from the constitutional peasant and the "must be a king, he's not covered in s**t" to the historian being murdered and the cast being arrested just make me wet myself thinking about them. smiley - laugh

"Strange women lying in ponds is no basis for a government. Supreme executive power derives from a mandate from the masses not some farcical aqautic ceremony ... " smiley - laugh

Obviously Life of Brian - "A balm, why you giving a child a balm ... he could get hurt, those great big 'orns" ... "And throw him to the ground sir?" ... smiley - laugh

The RAF banter sketch, Scaling the Uxbridge Road, John Cleese sitting at a desk in the middle of a river: "And now for something completely different", Fish Licence ... I could go on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on ... but I won't


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Ek* this space intentionally left blank *ki

Also ... seeing as we're allowed to ... I've yet to find a better MP page than this ...

http://www.stone-dead.asn.au/


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Post 38

stateofit

I'm sorry everyone but I just can't help myself...

(sings...)
EEEEEEEEEmmanuel Kant was a real [email protected]
Who was very rarely stable.
Idega Idega was a boozy beggar
Who could drink you under the table.
Dave Hume could out-consume
Wilhelm Friedrich Hagel.
And Wittgenstein was a beery swine
Who was just as sloshed as Shlagel.

There nothing Nietsche couldn't teach ya 'bout the raisin' of the wrist
Socrates himself was permanently pi$$ed...

John Stuart Mill, of his own free will
On half a pint of lager was particularly ill.
Plato, they say, could stick it away,
Half a crate of whisky every day.
Aristotle Aristotle was a bu%%er for the bottle
Hobbs was fond of his dram
And Renee Descartes was a drunken fart
"I drink therefore I am"

Yes Socrates himself is particulary missed.
A lovely little thinker but a bu%%ger when he's pi$$ed !

I'll stop now. But shame on you all for the omission... smiley - smiley


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Post 39

fords - number 1 all over heaven

I was too drunk to remember! smiley - drunk


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