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 Post Posted: Mon Mar 20, 2006 3:40 am 
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Bravely bold Sir Robin
Brought forth from Camelot.
He was not afraid to die,
Oh, brave Sir Robin!
He was not at all afraid to be killed in nasty ways.
Brave, brave, brave Sir Robin.

He was not in the least bit scared to be mashed into a pulp.
Or to have his eyes gouged out, and his elbows broken!
To have his kneecaps split, and his body burned away
And his limbs all hacked and mangled, brave Sir Robin.

His head smashed in and his heart cut out,
And his liver removed and his bowls unplugged,
And his nostrils raked and his bottom burnt off,
And his penis--

Brave Sir Robin ran away.
Bravely ran away away....
When Danger reared its ugly head,
He bravely turned his tail and fled
Yes brave Sir Robin turned about
And gallantly chickened out..

Bravely bravely bravely bravely
Bravely bravely bravely bravely
Bravely bravely brave Sir Robin!

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Yeah, great song (and character) ! It always amazes me how authentic it sounds (trust me, I am so old I can remember the Dark Ages!) especially compared to some truly dull Hildegard von Bingen crap or other religious music....probably the Dark Ages weren't so bad, as long as you could lay low in terms of religion...IMO, that is!


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vix wrote:
I just love the bridgekeeper guy why asks the rediculous questions!

"What is the air speed velocity of an unladened swallow?"
"Is that an Afican or a European swallow?"


"how do you know so much about swallows?"
"you have to know these things when you're a king, you know."


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Vix, I think you mean me?
Stop!

What is your name?

What is your favourite colour?

What is the dimensions of the tallest mountain in China?

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Tim, without a doubt, but i also REALLY like the white rabbit:)
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I think in general Terry Jones and Eric Idle

In movies:

Life of Brian:
Brians' mother
the man who didn't speak one word for 18 years

Meaning of Life:
Mr. Creosote :lol:
Gaston
70 little children

Holy Grail:
the whole knights
the french man


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i agree with Dr. Doom!

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i love my ape-ricots too. and england isn't all it cracked up to be. but at the same time it doesn't always rain here. it doesn't. not like the stereotype-making-people make it out to do. we have many different types of precipitation. as eric olthwaite could tell you. but don't ask him about shovels. not today. or you may not see tomorrow. he's a boring little tit really.



going back to the Brit thing (i might set up an 'anglophile' thread to discuss all things british seeing as there was quite a lot of that going on in the last couple of pages....) hanyway - I like APEricots too... i used to feel guilty about eating them because they were furry and i felt like i was eating a hamster or something.... as for the rain; we're actually facing a drought at the moment..... not quite sure how that works! we're not all posh... apparently I am, but I don't see it meself; and the thing that annoys me most is that the bad guys in films are always brits!

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My favourite characters from holy grail are: Sir Galahad, man from scene 24 and God. Best characters from life of brian are: Brian himself and caesar. Unfortunately i havent seen meaning of the life yet....


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ok just going back to the original question there - ( I got a bit side-tracked in that last post - sorry!)

Holy Grail
Bedevere (obviously)
Eric as the 'bring out your dead' man
Sir Robin 'I've got a great idea.... why doesn't lancelot go first?' lol
Neil Innes

Life of Brian
Simon the Holy Man
The crazy preacher dude played by michael 'there shall in that time be rumours of things going astray...'
the really sweet prison guard (again played by mike)
and eric and terry as the batty jailers 'don't listen to 'im sir, e's MUH'

Meaning of Life
Eric as the woman in the conversation sketch (dunno the actual name for it)
jonesy as the housewife in live organ transplants + eric as the singing man in the fridge (anyone else think he's got some sort of david bowie/gene wilder (charlie and the chocolate factory) thing going on there?

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Meaning of Life
Eric as the woman in the conversation sketch (dunno the actual name for it)


protestants?

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no.. that one where they're in the dungeon with the hula girls and mike goes 'um... waiter? this conversation isn't very good...'

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Yeah! This scene is very funny! But I think it´s funnier in the extended version, when Ewic empties out his bag. "38 tampons?" :D

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