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Monty Python (series) DVD Box set by Spursfan on 1 August 2009 6:11pm
 
The husband bought this at Asda today - £15 which I think is a bargain for 8 discs.

We already have most on dvd - the joy of pirate copies HAHAHA. We are saving it for our next trip out in the motorhome which will hopefully be in a week or two.

:)

 
Re: Monty Python (series) DVD Box set by johnnythemonkey on 1 August 2009 7:57pm
 
The motorhome? How vulgar.
What would Hyacinth think ?

Hahaa....I bet it's an old converted Transit van with an old mattress and a potty. :)
 
Re: Monty Python (series) DVD Box set by Spursfan on 1 August 2009 10:14pm
 
No it isn't actually. That must be the Scottish idea of going on holiday.

As it happens it has a bathroom with a shower and toilet etc etc and is the easiest way to take a dog (i.e. Tosun) away for a few days.

I am sure you'll find someat (as we say in Stafford) to have a dig at in that last paragraph but quite frankly I don't give a damn.



 
Re: Monty Python (series) DVD Box set by johnnythemonkey on 1 August 2009 11:27pm
 
Keep your hair on Anne, I'm only winding you up and as always you take the bait. It amuses me endlessly. I'm easily amused. :)
 
Re: Monty Python (series) DVD Box set by sampanther on 7 August 2009 6:02pm
 
yey a motorhomer.. heehee!

hello again Anne, :D

we're in Striling at the moment, staying on a temp holiday site ran by the camping and caravanning club, £6 a night :)

theres more places in the book too, which is handy.. or you can wild camp which is ok to do up here in scotland.

so long as your out of the way and dont make a mess or nunsence your ok to park up :)

theres a wildcamping section on the motorhomefun forums website, that lists some places you can park. :D
(not adverising our lovely club, lol

I was given the monty python DVD box set afew xmases ago, its got alsorts in there, but alass i left it at home :(
it came with an XL yellow t-shirt, saying "I want to buy some cheese" and
a blow up dead parrot, which i forgot too :( lol

i love all of the monty python stuff, and i hope that Doune castle sell some stuff too, like a killer rabbit.. aagghh! heellpp.. its got big teeth! ah

rofl.. hope you enjoy scotland, its brilliant here. :D

everyone is soooo friendly and makes you feel welcome wherever you go, which is a nice change from england, lol

have fun! :D

 
Re: Monty Python (series) DVD Box set by mrsteabag on 7 August 2009 8:36pm
 
Mr. Teabag gifted me with a set of the DVD's. He doesn't get the show, but he loves "...Holy Grail," or at least the Castle Anthrax part,and Michael's travel shows. I did well for myself.
 
Re: Monty Python (series) DVD Box set by Spursfan on 7 August 2009 10:19pm
 
We belong to the Caravan Club, Sam. It's very good.

It isn't the film DVDs, which we already have, Fran. It is all the series plus extras.
 
Re: Monty Python (series) DVD Box set by BethGoth17 on 8 August 2009 4:41pm
 
i want it! i haven´t got the tv series on dvd :(
 
Re: Monty Python (series) DVD Box set by sampanther on 8 August 2009 5:38pm
 
thats ok then :D, lol

I've just got back from doune castle, it was brilliant! heeeheehe.. and listing to Terry Jone's tour was great.

Castle Anthrax is a must see!
and i came back with the holy grail :D hehe. for my dad as he's a monty python fan too.

(a bottle of Monty Python's Holy Gr(Ail)
the gr bit crossed out.

while we were there, there was someone getting married, a proper scottish wedding, with men in kilts and a bloke playing the bagpipes. :)

but not as lavis as when monty python did that wedding scene, lol





 



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