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    Talking Monty Python's Kenpo

    How many Kenpo masters does it take to run a hardware store?

    Answer 6.

    One to polish the swinging pendulum, one to find the thrusting prongs, one to serve the customer cluthing feathers, one to fix the destructive fans, one to hold the twirling hammers and lastly one in the basement reprimanding the bears.


    Sorry guys, it's my british sense of humor.

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    Default Re: Monty Python's Kenpo

    ouch.




    Now....here's a scary idea....Kenpo, as done by the masters of British humor.
    My money's on Benny Hill.
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    John Kleese (Did I spell that right?)

    ....one way or the other, I'm sure it'd involve a dead parrot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brother John View Post
    John Kleese (Did I spell that right?)

    ....one way or the other, I'm sure it'd involve a dead parrot.

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    But the parrot is not dead...
    "Fear is the true opiate of combat."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronin6 View Post
    But the parrot is not dead...
    he's just deaf and nailed to the perch.
    What have I learned from this???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenpo-Sloth View Post
    he's just deaf and nailed to the perch.
    I disagree, this parrot is passed on! He's bleeding demised! This is an EX-parrot!

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    or the dreaded 3 headed knight ... the most fearsome creature for yards around ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by katsudo_karate View Post
    or the dreaded 3 headed knight ... the most fearsome creature for yards around ...
    Ha! Ha! Ha!
    and speaking of fearsome creatures, you can't
    forget about the cute little white bunny.........
    What have I learned from this???

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    Better....better bring me a bucket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronin6 View Post
    But the parrot is not dead...

    He just sleeping! I haven't heard anyone reference this in a while.
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