Sometimes medieval literature can be really funny. It might be clumsy writing, it might be the cultural gap, or it might even be intentional on the part of the writer, but you’ll definitely encounter some weird scenes or phrasings that make reading medieval literature such a great experience. 580 more words
“And now for something completely different…”
It’s sad to think that there is a generation out there that isn’t familiar with the sensational British sketch comedy series, “Monty Python’s Flying Circus.” The series ran on the BBC from 1969 – 1972 and influenced comedy, television, and film, much like The Beatles had their immense impact on music. 187 more words
I have sometimes thought that comedians today are societies prophets! This clip from Monty Python seems prescient….how sad that what was once seemed so absurd as to be laughable is now considered the norm…..love the last line “its symbolic of his struggle against reality” – the tag line of todays society.
Good morning! Feeling a bit irreverent and impish today, so I’m sharing this little gem with you all. Thank you, Monty Python!
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“My Liege, for the past 20 years we have been plundering, pilfering and purchasing corporate businesses that all superficially exhibited that illusive spark of innovation. After numerous crusades, we successfully managed to commercially negotiate our way into falsely winning the most prestigious innovation awards as is evidenced by our large and impressive trophy cabinet obtained by the stealth of acquisition. 397 more words