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TalkingDog Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Nov-25-11 01:03 PM
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88. I once saw it (again) at a midnight movie. It was more entertaining for me
to watch the college-aged couple that was there, evidently on their first date (based on body language and conversation).

She was a little cheerleader-y and I could tell by her reactions that the rather dark humor was not to her taste. SO I wondered what was going to happen when the restaurant scene came up.

As it happened, she got up and walked out.

I would imagine they didn't have a second date.

Some of Pythons humor is an acquired taste. Personally my all time favorite skit is "The Batley Townswomens' Guild presents the Battle of Pearl Harbor". Every time I see it I laugh til I cry. (not gross)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMqSmiC_xHg
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