The Knights Who Say Ni demand a sacrifice! Well, Mercia’s a temperate zone! Burn her anyway! I dunno. Must be a king. And the hat. She’s a witch! The swallow may fly south with the sun, and the house martin or the plover may seek warmer climes in winter, yet these are not strangers to our land.
I dunno. Must be a king. Oh, ow! Burn her anyway! You don’t frighten us.Read More
Now, look here, my good man. Listen. Strange women lying in ponds distributing swords.Read More
“Ah, now we see the violence inherent in the system! Shh! Knights, I bid you welcome to your new home. Let us ride to Camelot! Burn her anyway! On second thoughts, let’s not go there. It is a silly place.”Me, myself and I
It’s only a model. What a strange person. Found them? In Mercia?! The coconut’s tropical! Shh! Knights, I bid you welcome to your new home. Let us ride to Camelot! Ah, now we see the violence inherent in the system! We want a shrubbery!! Camelot! Well, what do you want? The swallow may fly south with […]Read More
Well, she turned me into a newt. Burn her anyway! Well, I didn’t vote for you. I am your king. Shut up! Will you shut up?! Well, she turned me into a newt. Well, how’d you become king, then?Read More
Today was good. Today was fun.
Tomorrow is another one.
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