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Leonard Hatred 9:02 Tue Apr 30
The Canterbury Tales
Talk to me.

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arsene york-hunt 1:48 Wed May 1
Re: The Canterbury Tales
There was a film version by per Paulo Passolini. Lots of men, including Tom Baker, exposing their cocks and birds flashing their tits and pubes. One scene included a huge arse shitting out priests

medwayhammer1 11:23 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Canterbury Tales
I like Canterbury... The Lady Luck bar is good for gigs. I saw a rather excellent band called Incision down there a couple of weeks ago.

Takashi Miike 10:21 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Canterbury Tales
:.)

peroni 10:21 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Canterbury Tales
To be fair gank, any rape is disgusting.

ironsofcanada 10:19 Tue Apr 30
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Miike

If it was a takeaway it was quite hot

The middle lines says

Off goes the skin a hands breatth around

Takashi Miike 10:01 Tue Apr 30
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ironsofcanada 9:56 Tue Apr 30

sounds like that cunt nichola surgeon ordering a take away

gank 10:00 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Canterbury Tales
That doesn't lengthen my cory, Branded. In fact, I find it utterly disgusting.

You need to take a look at yourself, coming out with that sort of thing. Far beyond a joke.

Fivetide 9:58 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Canterbury Tales
Fun article:

https://www.theguardian.com/education/2001/jul/30/highereducation.classics

BRANDED 9:56 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Canterbury Tales
Oh. Like gay rapes?

ironsofcanada 9:56 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Canterbury Tales
Middle English not Old so it is not quite a foreign language.

I think some on here would love the humour.

For instance an Oxford scholar getting a poker up the jacksy when trying to get it on with a guy's wife.

And he was redy with his iren hoot
And Nicholas amydde the ers he smoot.
Of gooth the skyn an hande-brede aboute,
The hoote kultour brende so his toute
And for the smert he wende for to dye.

gank 9:54 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Canterbury Tales
Branded - when they make my winkle hard, that's when.

Toe Rag 9:53 Tue Apr 30
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Have a go at reading Piers Plowman by William Langland if you manage The Canterbury Tales.

That’ll give you a brain haemorrhage.

You need to know about Catholicism (not the bumming of quire boys, the rest of it) for a lot of this stuff to make sense and even then...

BRANDED 9:53 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Canterbury Tales
When aren’t rape scenes gruesome?

gank 9:51 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Canterbury Tales
It's a brilliant read and only hard if you're thick (or intelligent but with no real education in English literature) although the rape scenes are a bit gruesome.

Alex Bunbury 9:39 Tue Apr 30
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Only read the prologue. Hard work! Does it get any better?

Noah 9:24 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Canterbury Tales
You QUEYNTE

peroni 9:18 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Canterbury Tales
Only worth reading if, it's compulsory at school - as it was for me. (The Nonnes Preestes Tale one). It's written in Olde English as well, so as said, it's a hard read.

The Seven Days of Peter Crumb by Jonny Glynn is a cracking read. Good fun, very violent, but heartwarmimg too.Give that a try.

Far Cough 9:18 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Canterbury Tales
Hahaha, nah he was alright

Leonard Hatred 9:15 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Canterbury Tales
FC

Elaborate

Far Cough 9:11 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Canterbury Tales
Chaucer was a cunt

Leonard Hatred 9:10 Tue Apr 30
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Why?

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