. . .
Would you believe I've never seen a Monty Python film? I don't even know where to look for them. :D
Menchie:You're missing out on the best humour in recorded history, girl!Stace:I must see it. Does it come close to the Holy Grail or previous classics?
Menchie, get yourself educated immediately! Monty Python rock :)WW - the basic storyline is the same as the Holy Grail, and a lot of the dialogue and scenes are the same, but there are also additions and changes. The Lady Of The Lake plays a large-ish part, the knights are sourced differently, and they manage to fit in the Finland Song (with fish slapping) and Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life. It's similar enough to the original movie to appeal to a die-hard fan like me, but different enough to be not entirely predictable and so there's still something new!
very very envious :)Also, reading your comment on HE - I know EXACTLY what you mean about smock tops. They're the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen! I mean, they only look remotely good on stick-thin lasses who quite obviously couldn't be pregnant, but for some reason programmes keep telling people with spare tires to wear them in a n attempt to cover up. They look like they're sporting twins. I cannot, however, agree with your confusion over skinny jeans, however I will concede that men should NEVER wear them, especially if they are gross over-grown emo kids.FINLAND FINLAND FINLAND!!!
I know that I would love it..I can pretty much recite the entire Movie script from memory."Very small rocks""I told heem wee already gawt won""I could stand a littl peril""it's only a model""bring out yer dead""What's he gonna do? Nibble yer bum?"
Fathorse, we'll have to agree to disagree on skinny jeans! Although I do agree with the bit about men. Gross overgrown kids should not even try to be emo! heheHE - I can do that too... "Are you suggesting coconuts migrate?!" I'm the same with Life Of Brian ("people called Romanus they go 'ome?"), most of the Flying Circus, and to a lesser extent, the Meaning Of Life. "I 'ave trod in sir's bucket."
Post a Comment