Talk:Norman Wisdom

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Isn't this the Celtic way - since this comes from the Arthurian myth regards 'strange women lying in ponds distributing swords in a farcical aquatic ceremony' (M.Palin/Monty Python) ? --{{User:Romartus/sig}} 16:44, October 5, 2010 (UTC)
 
Isn't this the Celtic way - since this comes from the Arthurian myth regards 'strange women lying in ponds distributing swords in a farcical aquatic ceremony' (M.Palin/Monty Python) ? --{{User:Romartus/sig}} 16:44, October 5, 2010 (UTC)
 
:Indeed, maybe "British way" would have been more acceptable, however Monty Python should probably not be used as a valid authority on Dark Age Britain and the myths surrounding King Arthur et al. Glad you picked up on the reference though... ;) -- {{User:Mhaille/sig}}
 
:Indeed, maybe "British way" would have been more acceptable, however Monty Python should probably not be used as a valid authority on Dark Age Britain and the myths surrounding King Arthur et al. Glad you picked up on the reference though... ;) -- {{User:Mhaille/sig}}
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Isn't this the Celtic way - since this comes from the Arthurian myth regards 'strange women lying in ponds distributing swords in a farcical aquatic ceremony' (M.Palin/Monty Python) ? --LaurelsRomArtus*Imperator ® (Orate) 16:44, October 5, 2010 (UTC)

Indeed, maybe "British way" would have been more acceptable, however Monty Python should probably not be used as a valid authority on Dark Age Britain and the myths surrounding King Arthur et al. Glad you picked up on the reference though... ;) -- Sir Mhaille Icons-flag-gb (talk to me)
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