History Funny / Asterix

17th Oct '17 6:22:00 PM igordebraga
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* Once Dithyrambix is asked to bury the boar and Roman helmet Obelix gave his family:
-->If anyone ever decides to go digging up the past behind our house, he'll have a few archaeological problems in his hands!
3rd Sep '17 4:47:40 PM Scorntex
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* Accompanying Vitalstatistix to the spa where he's to diet, Asterix and Obelix - who are ''not'' on a diet - proceed to drive everyone else insane due to their eating habits. As they leave, Obelix mentions all the culinary delights of Gergovia, as everyone else (Vitalstatistix included) start going [[SanitySlippage over the edge]].
-->'''Cook:''' Funny... [[TemptingFate the patients seem rather quiet.]]
-->''(he walks through into the dining room, then wanders back in, beaten up and with a cauldron stuck to his head)''
-->'''Cook:''' I don't know what came over them! When I took the boiled vegetables in they started acting like madmen!
* While wandering around the countryside around Gergovia, the two hear Noxius Vapus (special envoy of Julius Caesar), whom they already humiliated, is nearby.
-->'''Obelix:''' Wasn't that the name of that Roman nutcase, Asterix?\\
'''Asterix:''' If so, we've had a crack at him before.\\
'''Obelix:''' ''(wandering over toward Vapus)'' Want to go and see?\\
'''Asterix:''' ''(clearly enjoying what he knows is about to happen)'' Why not? After all, we're on holiday.\\
''(some brief violence later)''\\
'''Obelix:''' Yes, that was him alright.\\
'''Asterix:''' It's always nice to meet an old friend on holiday.
17th Aug '17 8:17:14 PM WanderingBrowser
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* When Asterix and Obelix first enter Humerus' home, they quickly get on the bad side of his major-domo, Goldendelicius, who angrily calls the two Gauls out on their expected favored treatment due to coming from the prestigious House of Typhus. Much to their bemusement, especially Obelix's when he calls them "delicate".




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* Their second ploy, starting up a raucous midnight parade, [[GoneHorriblyRight goes horribly right]] when instead it inspires the family to throw their own wild, night-long party, resulting in the two Gauls holing up in their room and trying desperately to block out the noise.
-->'''Obelix:''' I say, Asterix, do you think we could resell these Romans?
13th Aug '17 3:07:55 PM mlsmithca
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* In ''Asterix the Gaul'', one of Getafix' stall tactics when pretending to make magic potion for the garrison at Compendium is to claim he needs strawberries for the recipe - even though they're out of season. Finally, after several days, legionary Tullius Octopus brings back a basket of strawberries, which centurion Crismus Bonus immediately takes to Getafix and Asterix... who proceed to eat every single one. Getafix remarks that those strawberries were perfect - now go and get some more.

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* In ''Asterix [[AC:''Asterix the Gaul'', one Gaul'']]
* One
of Getafix' stall tactics when pretending to make magic potion for the garrison at Compendium is to claim he needs strawberries for the recipe - even though they're out of season. Finally, after several days, legionary Tullius Octopus brings back a basket of strawberries, which centurion Crismus Bonus immediately takes to Getafix and Asterix... who proceed to eat every single one. Getafix remarks that those strawberries were perfect - now go and get some more.



* In ''Asterix and the Golden Sickle'', as Asterix and Obelix are pursuing the Arvernian innkeeper who sold them out to Clovogarlix and Navishtrix as he flees Lutetia on the road to Gergovia. As they head down the road, a young man in a two-horse chariot zooms past an ox-cart, to the disdain of the driver's wife... and a few panels later, we see the chariot driver has been pulled over for speeding! The icing on the cake is his facial expression and body language; we can almost hear him saying "But officer!..." as the legionary writing the ticket looks impassive.
* ''Asterix and the Goths'':
** When the local Roman camp mistakes Asterix and Obelix for the Goth horde they're supposed to be on the lookout for, our heroes steal uniforms from some legionaries to disguise themselves, with Asterix telling Obelix that for the sake of the masquerade they're Asterus and Obelus, and to shout things like "By Jupiter!" Later on the two ditch their disguises and enter Germania. When they bump into a Goth patrol. Obelix introduces himself as, "Ave, by Jupiter! I'm Legionary Obelus and my friend is Legionary Asterus!"
** Rhetoric's introduction to the magic potion. Essentially, Obelix knocks the door down, and Getafix asks the guard for a cauldron and a list of ingredients. The guard complies, and nails the door shut. Not two seconds later, Obelix knocks the door down again, as Getafix asks for a pinch of salt. Frustrated, the guard complies, and repairs the door again. A second later, the door is knocked down ''again'', as Getafix forgot to say thanks.
--->'''Gothic Guard''': WILL YOU LEAVE THAT DOOR ALONE?!
** And when Rhetoric finally tastes the potion, he tests his new strength… on the door.
--->'''Gothic Guard:''' '''WILL-YOU-KINDLY-LEAVE-THAT-DOOR-ALONE?!'''
* ''Asterix and the Banquet'':
** When LaResistance leader Jellibabix leads the troops of Prefect Poisonus Fungus on a wild goose chase that gets them hopelessly lost in Lugdunum's labyrinthine streets, the prefect decides to go in after them, but leaves a [[TrailOfBreadCrumbs trail of pebbles]] so that he can find his way out again (a caption notes the similarity to [[Literature/HanselAndGretel a famous fairy tale]]). Then, as Asterix and Obelix leave the city, we see the prefect's plan hit a snag...
--->'''Legionary:''' Oh, was it you who dropped all those pebbles, O Prefect Poisonus Fungus? Here, I've been picking them up for you!\\

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* In ''Asterix
[[AC:''Asterix
and the Golden Sickle'', as Sickle'']]
* As
Asterix and Obelix are pursuing the Arvernian innkeeper who sold them out to Clovogarlix and Navishtrix as he flees Lutetia on the road to Gergovia. As they head down the road, a young man in a two-horse chariot zooms past an ox-cart, to the disdain of the driver's wife... and a few panels later, we see the chariot driver has been pulled over for speeding! The icing on the cake is his facial expression and body language; we can almost hear him saying "But officer!..." as the legionary writing the ticket looks impassive.
* ''Asterix
impassive.

[[AC:''Asterix
and the Goths'':
**
Goths'']]
*
When the local Roman camp mistakes Asterix and Obelix for the Goth horde they're supposed to be on the lookout for, our heroes steal uniforms from some legionaries to disguise themselves, with Asterix telling Obelix that for the sake of the masquerade they're Asterus and Obelus, and to shout things like "By Jupiter!" Later on the two ditch their disguises and enter Germania. When they bump into a Goth patrol. Obelix introduces himself as, "Ave, by Jupiter! I'm Legionary Obelus and my friend is Legionary Asterus!"
** * Rhetoric's introduction to the magic potion. Essentially, Obelix knocks the door down, and Getafix asks the guard for a cauldron and a list of ingredients. The guard complies, and nails the door shut. Not two seconds later, Obelix knocks the door down again, as Getafix asks for a pinch of salt. Frustrated, the guard complies, and repairs the door again. A second later, the door is knocked down ''again'', as Getafix forgot to say thanks.
--->'''Gothic -->'''Gothic Guard''': WILL YOU LEAVE THAT DOOR ALONE?!
** * And when Rhetoric finally tastes the potion, he tests his new strength… strength... on the door.
--->'''Gothic -->'''Gothic Guard:''' '''WILL-YOU-KINDLY-LEAVE-THAT-DOOR-ALONE?!'''
* ''Asterix
'''WILL-YOU-KINDLY-LEAVE-THAT-DOOR-ALONE?!'''

[[AC:''Asterix
and the Banquet'':
**
Banquet'']]
*
When LaResistance leader Jellibabix leads the troops of Prefect Poisonus Fungus on a wild goose chase that gets them hopelessly lost in Lugdunum's labyrinthine streets, the prefect decides to go in after them, but leaves a [[TrailOfBreadCrumbs trail of pebbles]] so that he can find his way out again (a caption notes the similarity to [[Literature/HanselAndGretel a famous fairy tale]]). Then, as Asterix and Obelix leave the city, we see the prefect's plan hit a snag...
--->'''Legionary:''' -->'''Legionary:''' Oh, was it you who dropped all those pebbles, O Prefect Poisonus Fungus? Here, I've been picking them up for you!\\



** A Roman legion captures Asterix and Obelix after they unwittingly spend the night in their camp. As one of the guards tries to chain the pair up, he takes care of Obelix, and then after putting Asterix in chains, he tries to remember where he left his hammer. There is a crack off panel, and Obelix is suddenly standing next to him, free of his chains and holding the guard's hammer. Now that Asterix is chained up, the guard tries to tie Obelix up again. But he's so nervous, it's taking a while. Asterix offers to help, breaking ''his'' chains in the process. Then when they're both chained up, Asterix points out that they've forgotten the bag of food, breaking the chains. Obelix goes over to grab it, breaking his own chains. The guard is reduced to a sobbing wreck, with the centurion awkwardly saying they won't bother with the chains.
** After Asterix and Obelix are smuggled ashore in bags by Seniorservix and his employees at Gesocribatum, Seniorservix whispers to one of the bags that he'll let them know when the coast is clear...
--->'''Asterix:''' All right, but did you know you're talking to our shopping bag?
* In ''Asterix and Cleopatra'', the captain of the boat ferrying the stone for the palace has been bribed to "lose" it. He orders his workmen to throw the bricks into the Nile. One guy comments an owl, a person (both underlined), a symbol, and a feather (caption "'[[UsefulNotes/TheWestCountry Bain't no use argufyin' with he]]". Another guy comments an owl laughing madly, a person tapping his head (both underlined by a wavy line), a symbol that has fallen apart, and a tattered feather (caption "Oi reckon gaffer be crazy"). [[note]]The workers have a Marseilles accent in the French version[[/note]]
* ''Asterix and The Big Fight'': The camouflaged detachment.

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** * A Roman legion captures Asterix and Obelix after they unwittingly spend the night in their camp. As one of the guards tries to chain the pair up, he takes care of Obelix, and then after putting Asterix in chains, he tries to remember where he left his hammer. There is a crack off panel, and Obelix is suddenly standing next to him, free of his chains and holding the guard's hammer. Now that Asterix is chained up, the guard tries to tie Obelix up again. But he's so nervous, it's taking a while. Asterix offers to help, breaking ''his'' chains in the process. Then when they're both chained up, Asterix points out that they've forgotten the bag of food, breaking the chains. Obelix goes over to grab it, breaking his own chains. The guard is reduced to a sobbing wreck, with the centurion awkwardly saying they won't bother with the chains.
** * After Asterix and Obelix are smuggled ashore in bags by Seniorservix and his employees at Gesocribatum, Seniorservix whispers to one of the bags that he'll let them know when the coast is clear...
--->'''Asterix:''' -->'''Asterix:''' All right, but did you know you're talking to our shopping bag?
* In ''Asterix
bag?

[[AC:''Asterix
and Cleopatra'', the Cleopatra'']]
* The
captain of the boat ferrying the stone for the palace has been bribed to "lose" it. He orders his workmen to throw the bricks into the Nile. One guy comments an owl, a person (both underlined), a symbol, and a feather (caption "'[[UsefulNotes/TheWestCountry Bain't no use argufyin' with he]]". Another guy comments an owl laughing madly, a person tapping his head (both underlined by a wavy line), a symbol that has fallen apart, and a tattered feather (caption "Oi reckon gaffer be crazy"). [[note]]The workers have a Marseilles accent in the French version[[/note]]
* ''Asterix
version[[/note]]

[[AC:''Asterix
and The the Big Fight'': Fight'']]
*
The camouflaged detachment.



* ''Asterix in Britain'':
** The "Tower of Londinium" scene. Obelix and Dipsomaniax escape their cell on the top floor and fight their way to the bottom of the tower. Seconds later, Asterix and Anticlimax enter the tower through the other entrance and fight their way to the top, calling for Obelix. Obelix hears them, and fights his way back up the tower as Asterix fights his way back down, until they ''finally'' meet in the middle. This is made doubly funny in the animated version when Obelix' descent involves knocking a legionary into a wall to create a legionary-shaped indentation, and then Asterix' ascent involves converting the indentation into a [[ImpactSilhouette legionary-shaped hole.]]
** Later on, [[RugbyIsSlaughter the rugby game]], in which one of the teams accidentally gets the barrel of magic potion instead of wine. HilarityEnsues.
* In ''Asterix and the Normans'', [[LeeroyJenkins overeager legionary Oleaginus]] reacts to Asterix knocking out his decurion (while barely looking up from the Norman he is fighting) by attempting to lead his fellow soldiers in a charge - which ends quickly when he collides with Obelix, who is busy beating up another Norman. Obelix turns his attention to smacking around the Roman for interrupting, and the Norman asks, "Here, what about me?" Which prompts an apology from Obelix; he hadn't realised the Norman might want a go at thumping the Roman, and he obligingly holds him out, offering to split him down the middle. The grateful Norman wastes no time clubbing the foolhardy legionary over the head.
* ''Asterix the Legionary'' is packed with funny moments.
** Obelix walking into a tree upon [[DistractedByTheSexy seeing Panacea for the first time]]... and effortlessly knocking it over (to the anger of Getafix, who was up in the tree cutting mistletoe at the time).
** Asterix suggests that the smitten Obelix go visit Panacea at her father's house. Obelix bashfully kicks a full-grown tree... again, knocking it over. This is funny in itself, but the cherry on top is that the tree is where Cacofonix's ''house'' is.
--->'''Cacofonix:''' ''(red-faced with anger)'' '''BUT I WASN'T EVEN SINGING!'''
** While trying to join/infiltrate the Roman legion to find Panacea's lost fiancé, Obelix beats up a Roman patrol that Asterix only wanted to question. Asterix chides him for not being polite. Later Asterix loses his temper with a stubborn guard and punches him skyward. For the rest of the book Obelix uses "being polite" as a euphemism for beating up the Romans.
--->'''Obelix''': I don't see the difference between Asterix's politeness and mine.
** Anything involving Ptenisnet, the Egyptian tourist drafted into the Roman army who spends the entire rest of the book still blissfully convinced he's on a package tour. On the sea voyage to northern Africa, he follows every comment by the sergeant with hieroglyphs translating as "Old hairy [body part that rhymes with the sergeant's last word]". When the sergeant tells the legionaries that when they get to port, they'll all get their "tot of rum", he cuts off the obvious follow-up from Ptenisnet by shouting, "And if that Egyptian speaks another hieroglyph I will personally throw him overboard!"
** When they're being fitted for their uniforms, Obelix insists he's a medium size. RealityEnsues as his cuirass goes flying--and strikes Nefarius Purpus in the face.
--->'''Purpus''': ''[SymbolSwearing in Latin]''\\

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* ''Asterix
[[AC:''Asterix
in Britain'':
**
Britain'']]
*
The "Tower of Londinium" scene. Obelix and Dipsomaniax escape their cell on the top floor and fight their way to the bottom of the tower. Seconds later, Asterix and Anticlimax enter the tower through the other entrance and fight their way to the top, calling for Obelix. Obelix hears them, and fights his way back up the tower as Asterix fights his way back down, until they ''finally'' meet in the middle. This is made doubly funny in the animated version when Obelix' descent involves knocking a legionary into a wall to create a legionary-shaped indentation, and then Asterix' ascent involves converting the indentation into a [[ImpactSilhouette legionary-shaped hole.]]
** Later on, * [[RugbyIsSlaughter the The rugby game]], in which one of the teams accidentally gets the barrel of magic potion instead of wine. HilarityEnsues.
* In ''Asterix
HilarityEnsues.

[[AC:''Asterix
and the Normans'', Normans'']]
*
[[LeeroyJenkins overeager Overeager legionary Oleaginus]] reacts to Asterix knocking out his decurion (while barely looking up from the Norman he is fighting) by attempting to lead his fellow soldiers in a charge - which ends quickly when he collides with Obelix, who is busy beating up another Norman. Obelix turns his attention to smacking around the Roman for interrupting, and the Norman asks, "Here, what about me?" Which prompts an apology from Obelix; he hadn't realised the Norman might want a go at thumping the Roman, and he obligingly holds him out, offering to split him down the middle. The grateful Norman wastes no time clubbing the foolhardy legionary over the head.
* ''Asterix
head.

[[AC:''Asterix
the Legionary'' is packed with funny moments.
**
Legionary'']]
*
Obelix walking into a tree upon [[DistractedByTheSexy seeing Panacea for the first time]]... and effortlessly knocking it over (to the anger of Getafix, who was up in the tree cutting mistletoe at the time).
** * Asterix suggests that the smitten Obelix go visit Panacea at her father's house. Obelix bashfully kicks a full-grown tree... again, knocking it over. This is funny in itself, but the cherry on top is that the tree is where Cacofonix's ''house'' is.
--->'''Cacofonix:''' -->'''Cacofonix:''' ''(red-faced with anger)'' '''BUT I WASN'T EVEN SINGING!'''
** * While trying to join/infiltrate the Roman legion to find Panacea's lost fiancé, Obelix beats up a Roman patrol that Asterix only wanted to question. Asterix chides him for not being polite. Later Asterix loses his temper with a stubborn guard and punches him skyward. For the rest of the book Obelix uses "being polite" as a euphemism for beating up the Romans.
--->'''Obelix''': -->'''Obelix''': I don't see the difference between Asterix's politeness and mine.
** * Anything involving Ptenisnet, the Egyptian tourist drafted into the Roman army who spends the entire rest of the book still blissfully convinced he's on a package tour. On the sea voyage to northern Africa, he follows every comment by the sergeant with hieroglyphs translating as "Old hairy [body part that rhymes with the sergeant's last word]". When the sergeant tells the legionaries that when they get to port, they'll all get their "tot of rum", he cuts off the obvious follow-up from Ptenisnet by shouting, "And if that Egyptian speaks another hieroglyph I will personally throw him overboard!"
** * When they're being fitted for their uniforms, Obelix insists he's a medium size. RealityEnsues as his cuirass goes flying--and strikes Nefarius Purpus in the face.
--->'''Purpus''': -->'''Purpus''': ''[SymbolSwearing in Latin]''\\



** When the Legionaries are taking lunch, Asterix explains to Obelix that the stronger the army, the more disgusting the food is ("that's what keeps the men in a nasty mood"). Comes the food, Asterix tastes it...
--->'''Asterix''' (disgusted): I didn't know the Roman army was ''that'' strong!
** One of the best occurrences of the RunningGag in which a character is reduced to sobbing because of the new recruits' behaviour and another character decides the first one must be lovelorn: Nefarius Purpus has just led the RagtagBunchOfMisfits under his command into Caesar's camp, and presents them to the centurion of the watch... except the only person still with him is the translator.
--->'''Translator:''' The two Gauls have gone to look for a friend, the Greek found some men playing dice, the Belgian, the Briton, and the Goth went to have a beer, the cook's looking for ingredients for ''crêpes suzette'', and Dubius Status has reported sick. May I fall out now?\\

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** * When the Legionaries are taking lunch, Asterix explains to Obelix that the stronger the army, the more disgusting the food is ("that's what keeps the men in a nasty mood"). Comes the food, Asterix tastes it...
--->'''Asterix''' -->'''Asterix''' (disgusted): I didn't know the Roman army was ''that'' strong!
** * One of the best occurrences of the RunningGag in which a character is reduced to sobbing because of the new recruits' behaviour and another character decides the first one must be lovelorn: Nefarius Purpus has just led the RagtagBunchOfMisfits under his command into Caesar's camp, and presents them to the centurion of the watch... except the only person still with him is the translator.
--->'''Translator:''' -->'''Translator:''' The two Gauls have gone to look for a friend, the Greek found some men playing dice, the Belgian, the Briton, and the Goth went to have a beer, the cook's looking for ingredients for ''crêpes suzette'', and Dubius Status has reported sick. May I fall out now?\\



** After Asterix's band arrives at the camp, each of them wanders into [[UsefulNotes/JuliusCaesar Caesar]]'s tent, culminating in an exasperated "WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE!?!" from Caesar. Just as Nefarius Purpus is telling the legion that they should stop the funny business or it's the guardroom, guess where he's taken.
** The battle between the armies of Caesar and Scipio. The two armies end up completely entangled as a result of conflicting orders from the various officers, to the point that one of the tortoises has soldiers from both Caesar and Scipio's armies in it, and no-one knows which is which. Scipio finally surrenders simply because he can't make sense of what is happening on the battlefield.
--->'''Ptenisnet:''' ''(Speaks a series of hieroglyphs)''\\

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** * After Asterix's band arrives at the camp, each of them wanders into [[UsefulNotes/JuliusCaesar Caesar]]'s tent, culminating in an exasperated "WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE!?!" from Caesar. Just as Nefarius Purpus is telling the legion that they should stop the funny business or it's the guardroom, guess where he's taken.
** * The battle between the armies of Caesar and Scipio. The two armies end up completely entangled as a result of conflicting orders from the various officers, to the point that one of the tortoises has soldiers from both Caesar and Scipio's armies in it, and no-one knows which is which. Scipio finally surrenders simply because he can't make sense of what is happening on the battlefield.
--->'''Ptenisnet:''' -->'''Ptenisnet:''' ''(Speaks a series of hieroglyphs)''\\



* ''Asterix and the Chieftain's Shield'':
** When Noxius Vapus orders Titus Crapulus to stop Asterix and Obelix from leaving garrison HQ to continue their search for the missing Winesanspirix, Crapulus falls in the legionaries, and the following exchange takes place. The funniest part is the very tall legionary in the back row who keeps accidentally smacking the legionary in front of him across the back of the head, knocking off his helmet and leaving him grimacing in pain:
--->'''Crapulus:''' ATTEN-SHUN! STAND AT-EASE! COMPANEE-'SHUN! PAY ATTENTION, YOU LOT! AVE!\\

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* ''Asterix
[[AC:''Asterix
and the Chieftain's Shield'':
**
Shield'']]
*
When Noxius Vapus orders Titus Crapulus to stop Asterix and Obelix from leaving garrison HQ to continue their search for the missing Winesanspirix, Crapulus falls in the legionaries, and the following exchange takes place. The funniest part is the very tall legionary in the back row who keeps accidentally smacking the legionary in front of him across the back of the head, knocking off his helmet and leaving him grimacing in pain:
--->'''Crapulus:''' -->'''Crapulus:''' ATTEN-SHUN! STAND AT-EASE! COMPANEE-'SHUN! PAY ATTENTION, YOU LOT! AVE!\\



** The final banquet has a sting in the tail for one of the characters - and it's not the usual one...
--->''[at the banquet, there is a very conspicuous empty chair next to Asterix, who is shrugging as he talks to Getafix]''\\

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** * The final banquet has a sting in the tail for one of the characters - and it's not the usual one...
--->''[at -->''[at the banquet, there is a very conspicuous empty chair next to Asterix, who is shrugging as he talks to Getafix]''\\



* In ''Asterix at the Olympic Games'', Vitalstatistix is outraged to discover he and the other villagers have fallen victim to ExactWords when the "deck games" and "open air sports" on their boat to Greece mean they'll have to do their own rowing, and even more outraged when the boat's captain levies a two sestertii surcharge per passenger for boarding Redbeard's pirate vessel. He refuses to pay, and they simply continue on... to the still greater outrage of Redbeard, who decided to scuttle his own ship instead of facing an entire boatload of indomitable Gauls!
* ''Asterix and the Cauldron'':
** Asterix trying to sell a herd of boars, and ending up in a shouting contest with another boar salesman. Made doubly funny by Obelix refusing to rise to the occasion.
--->'''Boar Salesman:''' ''BOARS, BOARS! BEST PRIME BOARS!''\\

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* In ''Asterix
[[AC:''Asterix
at the Olympic Games'', Games'']]
*
Vitalstatistix is outraged to discover he and the other villagers have fallen victim to ExactWords when the "deck games" and "open air sports" on their boat to Greece mean they'll have to do their own rowing, and even more outraged when the boat's captain levies a two sestertii surcharge per passenger for boarding Redbeard's pirate vessel. He refuses to pay, and they simply continue on... to the still greater outrage of Redbeard, who decided to scuttle his own ship instead of facing an entire boatload of indomitable Gauls!
* ''Asterix
Gauls!

[[AC:''Asterix
and the Cauldron'':
**
Cauldron'']]
*
Asterix trying to sell a herd of boars, and ending up in a shouting contest with another boar salesman. Made doubly funny by Obelix refusing to rise to the occasion.
--->'''Boar -->'''Boar Salesman:''' ''BOARS, BOARS! BEST PRIME BOARS!''\\



** The one pirate who escapes a beating is hidden in a cauldron, and drives Obelix away by saying [[NobodyHereButUsBirds "Noooo! There's nothing here but chestnuts!"]][[note]]The Brazilian translations give two [[InherentlyFunnyWords funny-sounding]] alternatives, "rooster stew" and "pumpkin candy".[[/note]] As the Gauls walk away, Obelix laments not taking the chestnuts, Asterix says they're not in season... and Obelix has to be restrained from going back.
** The scene with the tax collector (a caricature of once and future Minister of Finance and future President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing), whose dialogue is entirely rendered in tax form fonts:
--->'''Tax Collector:''' PLEASE GIVE:
---->'''1.''' Your reasons for holding us up\\

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** The one * Redbeard and his pirates have converted their ship into a restaurant after the Gauls ran it aground, but when Asterix and Obelix show up in search of the stolen cauldron and start beating the pirates senseless, Baba the lookout is the only pirate who escapes a beating is hidden by hiding in a cauldron, and drives driving Obelix away by saying [[NobodyHereButUsBirds "Noooo! There's nothing here but chestnuts!"]][[note]]The Brazilian translations give two [[InherentlyFunnyWords funny-sounding]] alternatives, "rooster stew" and "pumpkin candy".[[/note]] As the Gauls walk away, Obelix laments not taking the chestnuts, Asterix says they're not in season... and Obelix has to be restrained from going back.
** * The scene with the tax collector (a caricature of once and future Minister of Finance and future President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing), whose dialogue is entirely rendered in tax form fonts:
--->'''Tax -->'''Tax Collector:''' PLEASE GIVE:
---->'''1.--->'''1.''' Your reasons for holding us up\\



--->''[Asterix pushes aside the centurion leading the tax collector's bodyguard]''\\

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--->''[Asterix -->''[Asterix pushes aside the centurion leading the tax collector's bodyguard]''\\



---->'''a)''' Ordinary passersby?\\

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---->'''a)''' --->'''a)''' Ordinary passersby?\\



--->'''Asterix:''' Give us your money if you don't want to get thumped!\\

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--->'''Asterix:''' -->'''Asterix:''' Give us your money if you don't want to get thumped!\\



---->'''a)''' Ordinary passersby?\\

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---->'''a)''' --->'''a)''' Ordinary passersby?\\



--->''[pointing angrily at Asterix]'' FINAL DEMAND: ''Do not offer us any physical violence. All claims to be addressed to Caesar, Julius, City of Rome.''\\

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--->''[pointing -->''[pointing angrily at Asterix]'' FINAL DEMAND: ''Do not offer us any physical violence. All claims to be addressed to Caesar, Julius, City of Rome.''\\



* From ''Asterix In Spain'':
** "'''I-DO-NOT-HIRE-OUT-FISH!!!'''"
** Bacteria thinks that hiring boats is a better idea: "People are so careless. The state they return their fish in..."
** And yet his SitcomArchnemesis Fulliautomatix does "rent" a fish to hit Cacofonix later.
* In ''Asterix and the Roman Agent'':
** Convolvulus' talent for causing chaos, even when he's just standing there, ending up in a banquet at Caesar's house turning into a mass brawl. [[spoiler: Convolvulus calls for everybody's attention, says that he didn't ''mean'' to cause trouble, and says that "if, in the past, you have taken advantage of Caesar's gullibility..." Cue Caesar yelling "Gullible, ME?" and getting a wink from Convolvulus, delighting him with his new secret weapon. Not to mention the casual way he deals with the pirates...]]
** How Convolvulus'... talents... first became apparent: he was thrown into the Arena with starving lions. The lions then ate ''each other''.
** Part of Convolvulus' plan involves putting on a show of the Romans having Magic Potion. The Legionaries are quite happy to have the Potion, only for Convolvulus to cry out in frustration, "But I explained it all to you! We're just pretending!"
** Magnumopus hitting people on the head and calling it "psychological warfare".
** The final battle is so spread out a map is added to make sense of it. The key contains several gems:
---> 10: Druid Getafix awaiting the outcome of the battle beside his cauldron, now empty.\\

to:

* From ''Asterix
[[AC:''Asterix
In Spain'':
**
Spain'']]
* Pepe refuses to eat boar and holds his breath until Obelix caves and goes to buy a fish from Unhygienix... only to return home and find that Pepe tried boar and liked it, eating his own ''and'' Obelix' boar. Obelix tries to return the fish, with Unhygienix protesting that he doesn't hire out fish; the ensuing argument leads to the village's first fish fight. When Asteris and Obelix approach Unhygienix about hiring his boat, he initially assumes Obelix is there to resume his argument, and waves a fish around in the air with a murderous look in his eye as he roars,
"'''I-DO-NOT-HIRE-OUT-FISH!!!'''"
** * Bacteria thinks that hiring boats is a better idea: idea anyway: "People are so careless. The state they return their fish in..."
** * And yet his SitcomArchnemesis Fulliautomatix does "rent" a fish to hit Cacofonix later.
* In ''Asterix
later to stop him from singing a song of farewell to the travelling Gauls and Spaniard.

[[AC:''Asterix
and the Roman Agent'':
**
Agent'']]
*
Convolvulus' talent for causing chaos, even when he's just standing there, ending up in a banquet at Caesar's house turning into a mass brawl. [[spoiler: Convolvulus calls for everybody's attention, says that he didn't ''mean'' to cause trouble, and says that "if, in the past, you have taken advantage of Caesar's gullibility..." Cue Caesar yelling "Gullible, ME?" and getting a wink from Convolvulus, delighting him with his new secret weapon. Not to mention the casual way he deals with the pirates...]]
** * How Convolvulus'... talents... first became apparent: he was thrown into the Arena with starving lions. The lions then ate ''each other''.
** * Part of Convolvulus' plan involves putting on a show of the Romans having Magic Potion. The Legionaries are quite happy to have the Potion, only for Convolvulus to cry out in frustration, "But I explained it all to you! We're just pretending!"
** * Magnumopus hitting people on the head and calling it "psychological warfare".
** * The final battle is so spread out a map is added to make sense of it. The key contains several gems:
---> --> 10: Druid Getafix awaiting the outcome of the battle beside his cauldron, now empty.\\



* The Roman orgy illustrated in ''Asterix In Switzerland''.
* In ''The Mansions of the Gods'', Asterix, Obelix and Getafix try to stop the construction by using acorns treated with a magic potion to instantly regrow trees that were torn down the night before. They go back to Asterix's hut for some lunch and this dialogue ensues:

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[[AC:''Asterix in Switzerland'']]
* The Roman orgies at both Varius Flavus' palace in Condatum and Curius Odus' palace in Geneva are parades of visual humour. The fondue orgy illustrated in ''Asterix In Switzerland''.
* In ''The
particular has a RunningGag of a guest who has lost both legs and so gets about in a small cart; as melted cheese gets everywhere, his cart gets more and more caught up in it, to his growing frustration, until finally he is lifted off the ground as the other guests are covered in melted cheese from head to foot.

[[AC:''The
Mansions of the Gods'', Gods'']]
*
Asterix, Obelix and Getafix try to stop the construction by using acorns treated with a magic potion to instantly regrow trees that were torn down the night before. They go back to Asterix's hut for some lunch and this dialogue ensues:



* In ''Asterix and the Laurel Wreath'', Asterix' first ploy to get himself and Obelix sacked as Humerus' slaves is to throw everything in the kitchen into a single cauldron; when Humerus' major-domo tastes the stew, he turns white, then red, then green, then blue, then he flips upside-down, breathes fire, and begins growling in an almost feral way before coughing up bubbles (one of the ingredients having been carbolic soap). When the stew is served to Humerus and his family, it somehow [[HideousHangoverCure cures his son Metatarsus' massive hangover]], and as the shaken Humerus compliments the Gauls but releases them from future duties in the kitchen, Obelix sneaks a taste of the stew. As they return to the kitchen, this exchange occurs:

to:

* In ''Asterix
[[AC:''Asterix
and the Laurel Wreath'', Wreath'']]
*
Asterix' first ploy to get himself and Obelix sacked as Humerus' slaves is to throw everything in the kitchen into a single cauldron; when Humerus' major-domo tastes the stew, he turns white, then red, then green, then blue, then he flips upside-down, breathes fire, and begins growling in an almost feral way before coughing up bubbles (one of the ingredients having been carbolic soap). When the stew is served to Humerus and his family, it somehow [[HideousHangoverCure cures his son Metatarsus' massive hangover]], and as the shaken Humerus compliments the Gauls but releases them from future duties in the kitchen, Obelix sneaks a taste of the stew. As they return to the kitchen, this exchange occurs:



* While Prolix from ''Asterix and the Soothsayer'' (and the animated film which combines it with ''Asterix and the Big Fight'') is an antagonist that leeches off the entire village and drives a stake between them and our heroic duo as a result, he gets ''ridiculously'' funny once the Romans capture him, and his situation grows worse and worse. He tries his usual schtick on the centurion to get him on his side, only to find out that they have orders to arrest ''all'' Gaul prophets. Then he backpedals, but he already told the centurion so many lies he wanted to hear that he wants to keep him around. For the rest of the book, Prolix tries to come up with utter random bullshit just to prove he's a not a prophet - but everything he says keeps coming true, just worsening the situation further, as the centurion wants to keep him around and will flay him if he finds he's lying, and his right hand man wants to arrest Prolix. You would feel sorry for him if you weren't laughing so hard.
* From ''Asterix in Corsica'':
** The pirates' boat is sunk by an [[MadeOfExplodium exploding]] cheese. Seriously. (Based on the French stereotype that Corsican cheese has a smell that would knock an elephant unconscious.)
** In the same book, based on another French stereotype of Corsicans, all people from Corsica wield spring knives, except for one who has a spring spear instead, which has a malfunction.
** [[ItMakesSenseInContext Obelix can't tell a Corsican chieftain from a boar]].
** [[DeathGlare "I do not like it when people talk to my sister."]] ''[click]''
* After a fight with Asterix in ''Asterix and Caesar's Gift'', Obelix goes to the inn for a drink, and... "A goat's milk, please!"
* ''Asterix and the Great Crossing'' opens with another fish fight breaking out after Fulliautomatix cannot resist making a joke on "smelt" in front of a seething Unhygienix. Asterix and Obelix return from a boar hunt to see all the villagers except Getafix and Cacofonix involved in the brawl, and Obelix remarks that he doesn't see why fish are worth fighting over - he never eats them. One of the fighters shouts, "Well you should! Fish is good for the brain!" An enraged Obelix roars, "'''WHO SAID THAT!?'''" and charges into the fray. (In the animated version, ''Asterix in America'', Obelix is instead upset that the other villagers are having so much fun (i.e., fighting) without them, and jumps into the BigBallOfViolence.)
* In ''Asterix in Belgium'', the competitive rampage the visiting Armoricans and the Belgians go on brings out the best of the Romans' DeadpanSnarker tendencies, while when Redbeard and his pirates get caught in the crossfire, the Romans are singularly uninterested in their grievances:

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[[AC:''Asterix and the Soothsayer'']]
* While Prolix from ''Asterix and the Soothsayer'' in this book (and the animated film which combines it with ''Asterix and the Big Fight'') is an antagonist that leeches off the entire village and drives a stake between them and our heroic duo as a result, he gets ''ridiculously'' funny once the Romans capture him, and his situation grows worse and worse. He tries his usual schtick on the centurion to get him on his side, only to find out that they have orders to arrest ''all'' Gaul prophets. Then he backpedals, but he already told the centurion so many lies he wanted to hear that he wants to keep him around. For the rest of the book, Prolix tries to come up with utter random bullshit just to prove he's a not a prophet - but everything he says keeps coming true, just worsening the situation further, as the centurion wants to keep him around and will flay him if he finds he's lying, and his right hand man wants to arrest Prolix. You would feel sorry for him if you weren't laughing so hard.
* From ''Asterix
hard.

[[AC:''Asterix
in Corsica'':
**
Corsica'']]
*
The pirates' boat is sunk by an [[MadeOfExplodium exploding]] cheese. Seriously. (Based on the French stereotype that Corsican cheese has a smell that would knock an elephant unconscious.)
** * In the same book, based on another French stereotype of Corsicans, all people from Corsica wield spring knives, except for one who has a spring spear instead, which has a malfunction.
** * [[ItMakesSenseInContext Obelix can't tell a Corsican chieftain from a boar]].
** * [[DeathGlare "I do not like it when people talk to my sister."]] ''[click]''
''[click]''

[[AC:''Asterix and Caesar's Gift]]
* After a fight with Asterix in ''Asterix and Caesar's Gift'', Asterix, Obelix goes to the inn for a drink, and... "A goat's milk, please!"
* ''Asterix
please!"

[[AC:''Asterix
and the Great Crossing'' Crossing'']]
* The book
opens with another fish fight breaking out after Fulliautomatix cannot resist making a joke on "smelt" in front of a seething Unhygienix. Asterix and Obelix return from a boar hunt to see all the villagers except Getafix and Cacofonix involved in the brawl, and Obelix remarks that he doesn't see why fish are worth fighting over - he never eats them. One of the fighters shouts, "Well you should! Fish is good for the brain!" An enraged Obelix roars, "'''WHO SAID THAT!?'''" and charges into the fray. (In the animated version, ''Asterix in America'', Obelix is instead upset that the other villagers are having so much fun (i.e., fighting) without them, and jumps into the BigBallOfViolence.)
* In ''Asterix
)

[[AC:''Asterix
in Belgium'', the Belgium'']]
* The
competitive rampage the visiting Armoricans and the Belgians go on brings out the best of the Romans' DeadpanSnarker tendencies, while when Redbeard and his pirates get caught in the crossfire, the Romans are singularly uninterested in their grievances:



* Several from ''Asterix and Son'':
** When Asterix goes to report the baby's abandonment on his doorstep to Vitalstatistix, Impedimenta acidically remarks that if a baby is left on a single man's doorstep, "people are bound to think things!" Asterix asks, "Things? What things?" Cue individual panels of Getafix, Cacofonix, and Vitalstatistix looking at Asterix as if to say, "Just why was the baby left on ''your'' doorstep?", to Asterix' outrage.
** Asterix is in Vitalstatistix's house when Obelix pops in, carrying a menhir;
--->'''Vitalstatistix:''' Obelix, my boy, I wish to goodness you'd take your menhir off when you come indoors!\\

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* Several from ''Asterix
[[AC:''Asterix
and Son'':
**
Son'']]
*
When Asterix goes to report the baby's abandonment on his doorstep to Vitalstatistix, Impedimenta acidically remarks that if a baby is left on a single man's doorstep, "people are bound to think things!" Asterix asks, "Things? What things?" Cue individual panels of Getafix, Cacofonix, and Vitalstatistix looking at Asterix as if to say, "Just why was the baby left on ''your'' doorstep?", to Asterix' outrage.
** * Asterix is in Vitalstatistix's house when Obelix pops in, carrying a menhir;
--->'''Vitalstatistix:''' -->'''Vitalstatistix:''' Obelix, my boy, I wish to goodness you'd take your menhir off when you come indoors!\\



* In ''Asterix and the Magic Carpet'', when the village leaders are in Vitalstatistix's hut and discussing the Fakir's request to take Cacofonix back to his kingdom to end the drought, Cacofonix protests that his singing does not cause rain, and sings to prove it. It starts raining ''inside'' the hut! (Obelix doesn't understand why Impedimenta is so upset; not every Gaulish hut has running water laid on!)
* From ''Asterix and the Secret Weapon'', when the female legionaries have gotten instated. (Their introduction also qualifies, with ''all'' of the legionaries having a reaction in the vein of HeadTiltinglyKinky.)

to:

* In ''Asterix
[[AC:''Asterix
and the Magic Carpet'', when Carpet'']]
* When
the village leaders are in Vitalstatistix's hut and discussing the Fakir's request to take Cacofonix back to his kingdom to end the drought, Cacofonix protests that his singing does not cause rain, and sings to prove it. It starts raining ''inside'' the hut! (Obelix doesn't understand why Impedimenta is so upset; not every Gaulish hut has running water laid on!)
* From ''Asterix
on!)

[[AC:''Asterix
and the Secret Weapon'', Weapon'']]
* The scene
when the female legionaries have gotten instated. (Their introduction also qualifies, with ''all'' of the legionaries having a reaction in the vein of HeadTiltinglyKinky.)



* ''Asterix and Obelix All at Sea'':
** At the start, Caesar swears he'll feed admiral Crustacius to the lions if he can't recover his galley. In the end the galley is destroyed, but Crustacius is now a statue... So Caesar, [[IGaveMyWord who always keeps his word]], ''puts him in the arena as a statue with the caption "In memory of the silliest Sausage in Rome", hoping that one day lions will develop a taste for granite''.
** Also, Cleopatra's face when she asks Caesar about the statue and gets the answer above (Caesar doesn't tell her it's the actual Crustacius transformed into a statue).

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* ''Asterix
[[AC:''Asterix
and Obelix All at Sea'':
**
Sea'']]
*
At the start, Caesar swears he'll feed admiral Crustacius to the lions if he can't recover his galley. In the end the galley is destroyed, but Crustacius is now a statue... So Caesar, [[IGaveMyWord who always keeps his word]], ''puts him in the arena as a statue with the caption "In memory of the silliest Sausage in Rome", hoping that one day lions will develop a taste for granite''.
** * Also, Cleopatra's face when she asks Caesar about the statue and gets the answer above (Caesar doesn't tell her it's the actual Crustacius transformed into a statue).statue).

[[AC:Other]]
23rd Jul '17 6:47:00 AM LordKaarvani
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* In ''Asterix and Cleopatra'', the captain of the boat ferrying the stone for the palace has been bribed to "lose" it. He orders his workmen to throw the bricks into the Nile. One guy comments an owl, a person (both underlined), a symbol, and a feather (caption "'[[UsefulNotes/TheWestCountry Bain't no use argufyin' with he]]". Another guy comments an owl laughing madly, a person tapping his head (both underlined by a wavy line), a symbol that has fallen apart, and a tattered feather (caption "Oi reckon gaffer be crazy").

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* In ''Asterix and Cleopatra'', the captain of the boat ferrying the stone for the palace has been bribed to "lose" it. He orders his workmen to throw the bricks into the Nile. One guy comments an owl, a person (both underlined), a symbol, and a feather (caption "'[[UsefulNotes/TheWestCountry Bain't no use argufyin' with he]]". Another guy comments an owl laughing madly, a person tapping his head (both underlined by a wavy line), a symbol that has fallen apart, and a tattered feather (caption "Oi reckon gaffer be crazy"). [[note]]The workers have a Marseilles accent in the French version[[/note]]
17th Jul '17 12:51:30 PM Galaxithea
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-->'''Crismus Bonus:''' ''[jumping up and down in a rage]'' YOU'VE EATEN MY STRAWBERRIES AND NOW YOU HAVEN'T GOT ANY STRAWBERRIES AND YOU WANT MORE STRAWBERRIES AND IT ISN'T FAIR AND I'VE JUST ABOUT HAD ENOUGH!

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-->'''Crismus Bonus:''' ''[jumping up and down in a rage]'' [[VillainousBreakdown YOU'VE EATEN MY STRAWBERRIES AND NOW YOU HAVEN'T GOT ANY STRAWBERRIES AND YOU WANT MORE STRAWBERRIES AND IT ISN'T FAIR AND I'VE JUST ABOUT HAD ENOUGH!ENOUGH!]]
14th Mar '17 11:22:28 AM mlsmithca
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** When Noxius Vapus orders Titus Crapulus to stop Asterix and Obelix from leaving garrison HQ to continue their search for the missing Winesanspirix, Crapulus falls in the legionaries, and the following exchange takes place:

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** When Noxius Vapus orders Titus Crapulus to stop Asterix and Obelix from leaving garrison HQ to continue their search for the missing Winesanspirix, Crapulus falls in the legionaries, and the following exchange takes place:place. The funniest part is the very tall legionary in the back row who keeps accidentally smacking the legionary in front of him across the back of the head, knocking off his helmet and leaving him grimacing in pain:



'''Legionaries:''' ''[saluting, in unison]'' '''AVE!'''[[note]] As they salute, a particularly large legionary knocks off the helmet of the legionary standing in front of him, to the latter's annoyance.[[/note]]\\

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'''Legionaries:''' ''[saluting, in unison]'' '''AVE!'''[[note]] As they salute, a particularly large legionary knocks off the helmet of the legionary standing in front of him, to the latter's annoyance.[[/note]]\\'''AVE!'''\\



'''Legionaries:''' ''[pointing to their left, in unison]'' '''THEY WENT THATAWAY!'''[[note]] As they point, the large legionary smacks the back of the head of the soldier in front of him again.[[/note]]

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'''Legionaries:''' ''[pointing to their left, in unison]'' '''THEY WENT THATAWAY!'''[[note]] As they point, the large legionary smacks the back of the head of the soldier in front of him again.[[/note]]THATAWAY!'''



** The scene with the tax collector:
-->'''Tax Collector:''' Are you:
--->'''A:''' Ordinary passersby?
--->'''B:''' Motivated by friendly intentions?
--->'''C:''' Bandits?
-->'''Asterix:''' Give us your money if you don't want to get thumped!
-->'''Tax Collector:''' Are you:
--->'''A:''' Ordinary passersby?
--->'''B:''' Motivated by friendly intentions?
--->'''C:''' ''(checked)'' Bandits?

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** The scene with the tax collector:
-->'''Tax
collector (a caricature of once and future Minister of Finance and future President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing), whose dialogue is entirely rendered in tax form fonts:
--->'''Tax
Collector:''' PLEASE GIVE:
---->'''1.''' Your reasons for holding us up\\
'''2.''' An apology\\
'''3.''' Permission for us to proceed
--->''[Asterix pushes aside the centurion leading the tax collector's bodyguard]''\\
'''Occupation:
Are you:
--->'''A:'''
you:'''
---->'''a)'''
Ordinary passersby?
--->'''B:'''
passersby?\\
'''b)'''
Motivated by friendly intentions?
--->'''C:'''
intentions?\\
'''c)'''
Bandits?
-->'''Asterix:''' --->'''Asterix:''' Give us your money if you don't want to get thumped!
-->'''Tax
thumped!\\
'''Tax
Collector:''' Are you:
--->'''A:'''
'''Occupation: are you:'''
---->'''a)'''
Ordinary passersby?
--->'''B:'''
passersby?\\
'''b)'''
Motivated by friendly intentions?
--->'''C:'''
intentions?\\
'''c)'''
''(checked)'' Bandits?Bandits?
--->''[pointing angrily at Asterix]'' FINAL DEMAND: ''Do not offer us any physical violence. All claims to be addressed to Caesar, Julius, City of Rome.''\\
''[a few minutes later, after Asterix and Obelix have bashed in the tax collector's bodyguards]''\\
'''Asterix:''' Now then, hand over your money!\\
'''Tax Collector: You will be taxed on the sum of which you are about to take possession'''\\
'''Asterix:''' ''[grabs the chest from under the tax collector]'' I want to fill my cauldron. If there's any money left over you can have a tax return.\\
'''Tax Collector: Your instalment on account will be deductible from the sum finally due.'''\\
'''Asterix:''' ''[empties the chest into the cauldron]'' Awfully sorry... it's exactly the amount we need... coming, Obelix? ''[they leave]''\\
'''Tax Collector:''' ''[livid]'' '''A RECEIPT! I WANT A SIGNED RECEIPT!'''
14th Mar '17 10:44:02 AM Bissek
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** The scene with the tax collector:
-->'''Tax Collector:''' Are you:
--->'''A:''' Ordinary passersby?
--->'''B:''' Motivated by friendly intentions?
--->'''C:''' Bandits?
-->'''Asterix:''' Give us your money if you don't want to get thumped!
-->'''Tax Collector:''' Are you:
--->'''A:''' Ordinary passersby?
--->'''B:''' Motivated by friendly intentions?
--->'''C:''' ''(checked)'' Bandits?
3rd Mar '17 12:38:22 PM Xtifr
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** After Asterix's band arrives at the camp, each of them wanders into [[Creator/GaiusJuliusCaesar Caesar]]'s tent, culminating in an exasperated "WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE!?!" from Caesar. Just as Nefarius Purpus is telling the legion that they should stop the funny business or it's the guardroom, guess where he's taken.

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** After Asterix's band arrives at the camp, each of them wanders into [[Creator/GaiusJuliusCaesar [[UsefulNotes/JuliusCaesar Caesar]]'s tent, culminating in an exasperated "WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE!?!" from Caesar. Just as Nefarius Purpus is telling the legion that they should stop the funny business or it's the guardroom, guess where he's taken.
19th Feb '17 12:29:09 AM mlsmithca
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'''Poisonus Fungus:''' '''''[[SymbolSwearing #%&@$]]'''''

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'''Poisonus Fungus:''' '''''[[SymbolSwearing #%&@$]]'''''''[very loud SymbolSwearing]''


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** After Asterix and Obelix are smuggled ashore in bags by Seniorservix and his employees at Gesocribatum, Seniorservix whispers to one of the bags that he'll let them know when the coast is clear...
--->'''Asterix:''' All right, but did you know you're talking to our shopping bag?
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