A special video for my darling wife.

Of course, some of you know my wife, so….

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  1. Mike

     /  March 29, 2007

    Oh that was classic. Not exactly historically accurate, but classic.

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  2. Anna

     /  March 29, 2007

    Where did you get that????

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  3. Alex

     /  March 29, 2007

    Yep – real cute use of holy objects as weapons, especially the blasphemy of smashing the crucified Jesus when swinging through the courtyard.

    Thank god for people who have too much time on their hands.

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  4. Uhh.. not safe for work – but really funny in a satirical sort of way. But wern’t they dressed as Franciscans? Maybe the survivor was a visiting Jesuit? LOL

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  5. Mike

     /  March 29, 2007

    How was that not safe for work? Oh wait a minute, my job involves blowing things up. This is pretty tame compared to that.

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  6. happycrow

     /  March 29, 2007

    Alex: Dude, chill… it’s not a statement of faith, it’s a parody on kung-fu flicks.

    Um… okay, I guess it was NSFW… maybe?

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  7. ah, that was cute! I couldn’t turn up the volume at work (office walls can be pretty thin) — makes a lot of difference with the music!

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  8. Feh.. just warning people so they don’t pop it up as the boss is walking by.

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  9. happycrow

     /  March 30, 2007

    Good point, i didn’t give a lot of warning. But then again, folks shouldn’t be popping up videos when the boss is walking by anyway, unless it’s College Football… (at least where i used to work, surrounded by frat boys).

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  10. Mike

     /  March 30, 2007

    Heh, too true. Provided it is going “BOOM” when I pop it up, anything is pretty much allowed (except porn of course) on the computer.

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  11. Alex

     /  March 30, 2007

    Russ,

    You misunderstand me – I tend to find blasphemy when done right incredibly funny. I got the parody just fine, it was the little other touches that cracked me up. Sometimes the comments one writes don’t communicate the emotional intent.
    As a sampling of what I enjoy – go watch Father Ted or the Vicar of Dibley if you get BBC America or it shows up on the local PBS Britcom night. If you haven’t seen Father Ted it’s very much worth seeing.

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  12. Ah, see I didn’t catch that either Alex. I read it as restrictive sphincter disorder not backhanded praise. I figured if that cartoon could offend people no wonder no one comments on my posts, in comparison I’m positively evil. Thanks for clarifying.

    Oh, and I just made a Father Ted reference (complete with Father Jack Hackett quote) in a post of mine, I’m sure lost on most as it just doesn’t seem to have much air time in the US. I got into it during my 3 years in England.

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  13. Alex

     /  March 30, 2007

    Which quote would that be? Father Jack didn’t say much besides feck and drink and girls and arse. Although what they taught him to say was a good choice. 🙂
    What a great great show.

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  14. Those would be the words.. “Drink! Feck! Arse! Girls!” …a man of few, but powerful words.

    Personally I really miss The League of Gentlemen… “This is a local shop, for local people… we didn’t burn them!” but I’m sick like that.

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  15. Alex

     /  March 30, 2007

    I’m laughing so much I can’t compose a thought. I’m remembering Jack and the Movie Review episode where the two little old ladies were talking about various shapes of their husband’s members to Father Ted. Jack coming by shortly afterwards to see the film was even better.

    Was The League of Gentlemen the same show with the two “Suits you sir!” types and Swiss Tony sketch? I think I have seen the sketch you’re talking about – is it two really crusty/nasty looking types, (supposedly man and woman) running the place when the local youth hikers come in?

    My god I do love Britcoms.

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  16. That is the one. It is a very strange show. Love the local shop and the vocational class.

    Here is a clip of the scene I reference earlier.

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  17. Alex

     /  March 31, 2007

    Yep, that’s it. It is indeed a strange show, but very funny. Thanks for the link!

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