@Donutfilm, the exact thing that came to my mind as well. Lol
@Donutfilm, "We surrender"
@Donutfilm, I believe you forgot are strict take no prisoners policy
"Right, you lot move over, we gotta see this thing in action!"
"That's what she said"
@Donutfilm, "Do you know how long we spent building this!?"
@Donutfilm, that’s basically how it went with me and the younglings
"Sir. They're surrendering. "
"Are you trying to tell me that we brought it all this way for nothing?"
"I'm sorry sir. "
"Screw that. Load it. "
@ThePandaPool , destroy something geeze!
@ThePandaPool , "what?"
"You heard me. And just for hesitating you get to be the ammo."
@ThePandaPool , it was actually constructed during the siege not brought there. The pic also doesn’t mention that it leveled a large section of the wall when it was tested
@Univofga01, yea. I read about it years ago. I just figured the way I wrote it was better for humor.
@ThePandaPool , they actually assembled it there it was to big to simply bring
Aww come on! It’s no fun if you don’t put up a fight!
@megamanx181x, what a coincidence! That’s the title of my sex tape.
@I Are Lebo, the more they resist, the harder you get?!?
That's a risk. What if it failed? Then the Scots would un-surrender.
Not the French. They'd surrender anyway.
I think they built it there actually lol
@Mr I Am Pooping, no they used tandem heavy haul semi trucks to move it into place fully assembled
@satan of the north, I thought they borrowed the caterpillar NASA uses to move rockets to the launch pad.
@mas2de, or was it the levatation dolly?
@satan of the north, pssh. That thing broke just carrying some pillows.
@mas2de, only cause the dumbass overloaded it
I wonder how far it can launch a 90kg stone
400 feet tall is 40 stories. That’s ridiculous. That’s like a small skyscraper.
I be seen this before today