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Greetings chums, you have stumbled upon the home of the almighty, omniscient Consulting Pythonite/Pythonologist. I enjoy being a retard, making babies cry and eating satsumas, and I firmly acknowledge Michael Palin and Charlie Edwards as my spirit animals, ultimate cutie pies and embodiments of major hotness.

Mission Control, the swinger has landed.
He’s like sat in some sort of cafe or house with this woman standing by him and he’s whimpering something… like, “I could’ve saved her.” (don’t quote me on that, I really can’t remember what was said.)

It’s really WEIRD.

He’s like sat in some sort of cafe or house with this woman standing by him and he’s whimpering something… like, “I could’ve saved her.” (don’t quote me on that, I really can’t remember what was said.)

It’s really WEIRD.

posted 5 hours ago @ 22 Oct 2014 with 3 notes
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Anonymous said:
I'm looking for a video and you seemed like the person to ask - it was something Michael Palin did in Scotland with his son. I think it was called Palin's Progress.

Oh wow, this is actually a first for me!

Ah, so apparently the thing you’re on about IS called Palin’s Progress (or to give it its full title, Where Eagles Fly - Palin’s Progress and Glen of Weeping) which features Michael and his firstborn, Tom, going on a trip crossing the Aonach Eagach ridge in Glencoe, which is apparently regarded as the ‘most difficult horizontal ridge in mainland Scotland’.

Unfortunately, dear chap, I cannot seem to find a video of it. But you have gotten me highly intrigued about this aaaaaand it is available to buy on Amazon and eBay. I could rustle up a couple pounds…

answered 14 hours ago @ 21 Oct 2014 with 1 note

I’ve seen this 5 second clip from Remember Me of Michael Palin crying/about to cry as part of this BBC drama trailer like twice now and was wondering why nobody else apart from me has seen it/talked about it.

Then it hit me. I think it was a regional thing, like after the main news airs, it switches to news programmes in a person’s local region, like BBC London or North West Tonight for Lancashire folk, etc. After the trailer, a voiceover said something like ‘Made in Yorkshire’, so me thinks only I and the people of Yorkshire got to see it, since Remember Me was filmed in and around Scarborough.

posted 14 hours ago @ 21 Oct 2014 with 2 notes
blastingradio:

This is not my beautiful houseThis is not my beautiful wife

blastingradio:

This is not my beautiful house
This is not my beautiful wife

#XD
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snoopdad:

snoopdad:

now this is the kind of content i’m looking for

let’s all take a look at this again

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Sherlock (Series 3) Opening Credits in the Style of Downton Abbey.

Program: Final Cut Pro.
Music: ‘The Suite’ by John Lumm.

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imonlysleeping:

Iconic lines from "Help!"
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Unlikely things to hear on a news programme

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verballthenouns:

danalmostcaughtonfire:

THIS WILL ALWAYS BE MY FAVORITE VIDEO ON THIS WEBSITE

I bookmarked this months ago and it still makes me laugh until I can’t breathe

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snaggleteef:

Mary was so on point in ep 5

snaggleteef:

Mary was so on point in ep 5

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