Thursday, April 5, 2007

Our Heroine Is Like a Big Jam Donut With Cream on the Top

What we mean is, like a donut, her arrival gives us pleasure, and her departure only leaves us hungry for more.

This is one of my favorite Python sketches, in which Oscar Wilde, James MacNeill Whistler and George Bernard Shaw compete with eachother to sling the most outrageous insults at the King of England, whilst wriggling themselves out of offending him. Hilarious (but a bit risque)!

5 comments:

Frank said...

You know, you don't really have a blog until you talk about Monty Python & Lost on it.

I have no time for Lost lately; BMT & I prefer to just kiss and kiss and kiss.

Nicole Genevieve said...

oh man! now i have to go and watch a documentary about the Vatican or something to scour that image from my brain. i think you owe me a link on your blog.

Frank said...

I already have.

Nicole Genevieve said...

Our heroine is most grateful!

Lily said...

now i want donuts...!