In my opinion, A Gentleman’s Duel is Monty Pythonesque in its sheer elegant hilarity.
Please note, though, that it isn’t quite as safe for work as the Fish-Slapping Dance—especially if you watch all the way through the credits—though nowhere near as unsafe as The Meaning of Life.
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Everyone I’ve shown this busts out with a variation on, NO WAY! at one point (okay, maybe two). If you’re so inclined, let me know if and when you said it.
13 thoughts on “Something Risqué”
Bahahahaha! The attention to the effects of vibrations is astounding.
Astounding is one word for them—uh, I mean, it.
Are we still talking about the vibrations or the Weapons of Choice?
(supposing those are two (or four?) different things? 😀
Ha! We’re talking ALL the weapons.
Figured (HEY-o!) as much, Averil. 😉
And a fine variation of “The Butler Did It.” Mwah hah ha!
There was something vaguely familiar about the object of their desire. I can’t quite put my finger on it…
On a completely unrelated note, a solid foundation is the basis for strength. IJS
Okay, no, better: A solid foundation is necessary for support of the largest tracts of land.
Watch those fingers, Lisa—this is a family blog. 😀
Yeah, there is something familiar about her. Hmmm . . .
Foundations are important. So, apparently, are butlers. 😀
You should have seen what I *didn’t* write…
Nah. I’m good. 😀