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#1

Seriously, at this point we just need to have a Monty Python thread.


#2

Repost!

The greatest irony of Monty Python… their entire comedy style was about doing the unexpected. And they are now quoted verbatim quite likely worldwide.


#3

I didn’t! No! I didn’t! I never did! All lies! I never!
– Sir Robin


#4

Do lumberjacks like spam I wonder?


#5

Yes. Only while wearing high heels, though.


#6

Well nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!

I’ve always found it fun to start a well-known skit and then at some point just start improvising.


#7

This would make a wonderful send-off.

** NSFW one bathroom word ***


#8

I must be in the right place. Not a day goes by in my office when Monty Python isn’t quoted. Yesterday was “Not Dead Yet!” day.


#9

My family has been informed that this must play at my funeral / memorial service.


#10

I use that on almost a daily basis, but I work in an ICU. I think most of my colleagues don’t get the reference and just think I’m being morbid. :innocent::roll_eyes:


#11

In southern Minnesota, there exists a Spam museum. :P. There’s a billboard on interstate 35 that advertises it just north of Owatonna MN.


#12

Will be soon enough! Get in the cart.


#13

spam, I prefer cheese https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWDdd5KKhts


#14

My favorite: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKhEw7nD9C4


#15

Help! Help! I’m being repressed!


#16

There are too many great Monty Python sketches. I can’t pick just one!


#17

Albatross!
Albatross…Albatross!


#18

All of you are wrong.


#19

No we’re not.


#20

I’m sorry – is this a five minute argument or the full half-hour?