Things I've learned from Monty Python

This is something I was thinking about in the library today when "How Do You Tell A Witch" from "The Monty Python Instant Record Collection" (taken from Holy Grail) came on my ipod. I sat there, stifling a laugh and thought "Important life lesson I learned from Monty Python: Witches burn, because they're made of wood." And while we're on the subject. Another important lesson I've learned from Monty Python: Norwegian Blue parrots stun easily!" Any important (or unimportant) lessons you learned from Monty Python?

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thewastelandr at 1:12 pm February 22


Fettle at 1:11 am February 23

Imanuel Kant??

WolfSpirit at 2:46 pm February 23

The s is silent... And in time has been dropped. You see... it's "Isamanuel Kant" actually

thewastelandr at 6:54 am February 23


thewastelandr: Never say "mattress" to Mr. Lambert.

Fettle at 1:11 am February 23

tee hee

kissmyarrrtichoke: Sheep are not designed to fly...

Lvndr HppE at 1:09 pm February 22

Don't forget that the clever sheep is the most dangerous sheep there is.

Lvndr HppE at 1:11 pm February 22

Along with the wounded mosquito.

Holly at 6:14 pm February 22

my favorite lesson learned

thewastelandr: Ohh so many things! Well for starters, I've learned how not to be seen, that argument isn't merely contradiction, that a brontosaurus is thin on both ends and thick in the middle, and also, and perhaps most importantly, how to irritate people.

the_thina: that sir lancelot liked to dance a lot?
and that cats need to be confused sometimes. Im waiting for my cat to get the need so I can call them and they can come over.