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(Monty Python)   The complete unexpurgated scripts of every single Monty Python television episode, color-coded by participating Python. Ni   (ibras.dk) divider line 140
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2005-10-04 09:32:09 PM
Awesome
 
2005-10-04 09:34:15 PM
Is there any way to tell Google to do a search in that URL?
 
2005-10-04 09:36:12 PM
blah blah site:ibras.dk
 
2005-10-04 09:36:59 PM
I annoyed my husband over the weekend driving to Richmond and back because we passed over the Ni River.
 
2005-10-04 09:38:10 PM
ThatDevGuy: blah blah site:ibras.dk

So what does that mean....'blah blah site'?
 
2005-10-04 09:42:22 PM
site:www.ibras.dk silly walk

Where 'silly walk' is what you want to look for.
 
2005-10-04 10:04:04 PM
Wenn ist das Nunstruck git und Slotermeyer? Ja! .. Beiherhund das Oder die Flipperwaldt gersput!

hahahahaha....aaauugh.
 
2005-10-05 01:47:13 AM
Why is it that the world never remembered the name of Johann Gambolputty de von Ausfern- schplenden- schlitter- crasscrenbon- fried- digger- dingle- dangle- dongle- dungle- burstein- von- knacker- thrasher- apple- banger- horowitz- ticolensic- grander- knotty- spelltinkle- grandlich- grumblemeyer- spelterwasser- kurstlich- himbleeisen- bahnwagen- gutenabend- bitte- ein- nrnburger- bratwustle- gerspurten- mitz- weimache- luber- hundsfut- gumberaber- shnedanker- kalbsfleisch- mittler- aucher von Hautkopft of Ulm?

/Always wanted to know how to spell that name.
//Really need to keep a closer eye on del.icio.us/popular
 
2005-10-05 02:34:05 AM
Bookmarked!
 
2005-10-05 02:34:15 AM
Oh goody! Time to annoy my friends!

"Excuse me, miss?"

[gruff manly voice]"Who you callin' 'miss'?"

"I'm sorry, I have a cold."

:D
 
2005-10-05 02:35:05 AM
Good headline, sir.

Someday, though, I have faith that a Python headline on Fark will appear simply as:

It's...!

Now, off to gorge myself on scripts and spam.
 
2005-10-05 02:37:08 AM
wow that bunch is unfunny. I guess I can't stomach that type of british humor
 
2005-10-05 02:38:17 AM
ALBATROSS!
 
2005-10-05 02:39:58 AM
The Larch.
 
2005-10-05 02:40:48 AM
I just had a nerdgasm
 
2005-10-05 02:46:09 AM
Will I get Spam-A-Lot?
 
2005-10-05 02:46:13 AM
Dear Sir,

I wish to complain in the strongest possible terms
about the link which you have just broadcast, about the Fark Posters who wears women's clothes. Many of my best friends are Fark Posters and only a few of them are transvestites.

Yours faithfully, Brigadier Sir Charles Arthur Strong (Mrs.) PS I have never kissed the editor of the Radio Times.
 
2005-10-05 02:52:17 AM
Ronnie Corbett (shop assistant): There you are, four candles.
Ronnie Barker: No, fork 'andles! 'Andles for forks!
 
2005-10-05 02:53:29 AM
CONFUSE-A-CAT LIMITED
INCORPORATING
AMAZE-A-VOLE LTD
STUN-A-STOAT LTD
PUZZLE-A-PUMA LTD
STARTLE-A-THOMPSON'S GAZELLE LTD
BEWILDEREBEEST INC
DISTRACT-A-BEE
 
2005-10-05 03:03:39 AM
Well, here at Wimbledon, it's been a most extraordinary week's tennis. The blancmanges have swept the board, winning match after match. Here are just a few of the results: Billie-Jean King eaten in straight sets, Laver smothered whole after winning the first set, and Poncho Gonzales, serving as well as I've never seen him, with some superb volleys and decisive return volleys off the back hand, was sucked through the net at match point and swallowed whole in just under two minutes.

/best sketch ever
//whats a blancmange?
 
2005-10-05 03:05:39 AM
How depressing. I thought I'd finally find out what Proust wrote about in his first book.
 
2005-10-05 03:11:58 AM
and now for something completly different

a man playing another man's nose
 
2005-10-05 03:14:24 AM
Now I have gone spare.
And there it is, the going sparal look, on the front of my head.
 
2005-10-05 03:14:35 AM
It's...........FARK!

(voting?)
 
2005-10-05 03:15:10 AM
*waits for Kevin Phillips BONG...*
 
Ni
2005-10-05 03:20:38 AM
... uh, NI!
 
2005-10-05 03:21:58 AM
ferro_man

Blancmange is a jelly dessert made of milk and/or cream, sugar, gelatin or cornstarch, and flavoring (usually almond). It is set in a mould and served cold.
 
2005-10-05 03:22:39 AM
python is overrated.
the seagull joke was funny tough.
 
2005-10-05 03:23:07 AM


Imageshack provides proof that the Thai Ayutthaya dynasty weren't defeated, but were replaced by something completely different.
 
2005-10-05 03:23:10 AM
(Often served with a side order of 48 million kilts.)
 
2005-10-05 03:26:55 AM
ferro_man: //whats a blancmange?


sort of a pudding-like thing

/pudding in the north american sense
//not pudding in the British sense of dessert
///pudding on the ritz
////slashy
 
2005-10-05 03:29:44 AM
My hovercraft is full of eels...
 
2005-10-05 03:31:28 AM
Pe'Ni's
 
2005-10-05 03:33:15 AM
Life is sweet
anybody wanting my own definitive copy of the script to Holy Grail (complete with cut scenes and color coded goodness), send me an email: threevilpinguin(at thingy)gmail.com
 
2005-10-05 03:35:01 AM
This link gives me a strange sensation of deja vu.

/Trying to get back to work thinking about the bicycle repairman, encyclopeadia salesman,the gumby brain specialist, the expedition to the two kilimandjaros, the terrorists hijacking a plane to Luton, the racket wielding blancmange to ensure the Scots win Wimbledon...

//Watched all the circus skits on French TV (in the early nineties), used to have the complete scripts, lost them. Plan to buy all the dvd collection.

/// heading towards the Richard III section of the hospital for recovering thespians.
 
2005-10-05 03:35:56 AM
triptik
nudge nudge, wink wink, know what I mean?
 
2005-10-05 03:38:10 AM
Actually looked at TFA
It's... the internet version of that book I used to have.

Woohoo!
 
2005-10-05 03:47:30 AM
It's a great-idea-but-possibly-not-and-I'm-not-being-indecisive!
 
2005-10-05 03:54:11 AM
ferroman,

I see you like the blancmange sketch...

What about the australian scientists in tennis shorts, demonstrating the intelligence of penguins?

/Anyone who says they're overrated should be sent the comfy chair and tied to a rack...

//It's a nice army you got 'ere. (sorry just overreminiscing)
 
2005-10-05 03:59:27 AM
Anybody remember the name of the sketch where several old men were sitting around talking about how tough they had it when they were kids? For example: "Every morning, we had to get up at 5 am and lick the road clean... with our tounges". I looked for it but I couldn't find it.
Thanks
 
2005-10-05 04:01:56 AM
T. F. Gumby My brain hurts!
 
VYV
2005-10-05 04:12:18 AM
SAY_NO MORE!
ay...
ay...

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT...

b403...

yeah, him too. Thanks for that.

If I'm still alive when you get back, I'll show you me cyst!

Awww, man... I needed this. THANKS FARK!!!!

/Big hug...
//I love you guys...
///OH SNAP! THE SLASHIES ATTACK!
////AHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!
/////!!!!!lololool!!!BBq!


and I'm spent
 
2005-10-05 04:12:44 AM
a baby: I believe that sketch is Four Yorkshiremen? Or is it Cornishmen?
 
2005-10-05 04:13:25 AM
dubdub
"screeching weasel?"
or... ya know...M.P. beyond myself?
 
2005-10-05 04:15:36 AM
ababyatemydingo,

I think the old men in question were Northerners (maybe jeordies) and possibly retired miners, if that can be of any help.
 
2005-10-05 04:18:28 AM
ababyatemydingo: Four Yorkshiremen. Unfortunately, that sketch wasn't in the flying circus, so you won't find it here. :( Good sketch, though.
 
2005-10-05 04:20:04 AM
Oh Monty, You made me giggle so. The name should point you to my favorite sketch.
 
2005-10-05 04:25:03 AM
ababyatemydingo:

Anybody remember the name of the sketch where several old men were sitting around talking about how tough they had it when they were kids? For example: "Every morning, we had to get up at 5 am and lick the road clean... with our tounges". I looked for it but I couldn't find it.
Thanks


HumeVsKant:

Four Yorkshiremen. Unfortunately, that sketch wasn't in the flying circus, so you won't find it here. :( Good sketch, though.


Lucky for us, this site has a page for "The Final Rip-off".

http://www.ibras.dk/montypython/finalripoff.htm
 
2005-10-05 04:25:48 AM
Actually I found an audio version of the old geezers' sketch intitled 'four yorkshiremen'.
 
2005-10-05 04:26:38 AM
Damn, I'm too late.
 
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