Strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government
@CapnJazz33, Supreme political power should always derive from the consent of the masses, not from some watery thot whos thrown a sword at you
@CapnJazz33, ah, now we see the violence inherent in the system
@Roland Ravenclaw, help help. I’m being oppressed
@Spork and Foon, They'll consent after I'm done running my sword through the naysayers.
@CapnJazz33, at this point I trust that more than the average voter
@CapnJazz33, so, is this a King Arthur reference? Did he pull the sword out of a stone or did a lake lady give it to him? I’m confused
@CapnJazz33, I love how many people on this app are fans of Monty Python, this is such a wonderful community.
@SquilliamFancydong, if I'm not mixed up, he pulled the sword from the stone which made him king. Then the lady of the lake bestowed Excalibur upon him.
@Gallchobhair, what's the air speed velocity of a swallow?
@Classic Rambo, what do you mean? African or European
@Gallchobhair, I don't know...
@18bluecat, ahh so Excalibur wasn’t the sword in the stone, got it. That was my hang up
*busts down door to throne room*
*Points sword at King*
When did women in lakes become a good system of succession
Long live the king...
you can't expect to wield supreme executive power just because some watery tart threw a sword at you!
The Lady of the Lake never did get over Arthur's death. She just hasn't been the same since.
You mean this tree branch dorealous!
@steel balls, Behold Doraleous, the true zephyr blade! All right that’s a biscuit...