History Series / HorribleHistories

3rd Dec '16 11:44:13 AM sotnosen95
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* NakedPeopleAreFunny: Nudity or partial nudity is a common source of humor in the show. In one sketch, Queen Elizabeth and Lord Cecil keep informing a man the articles of clothing he's wearing have recently been made illegal, leaving him standing there with no shirt. In everything relating to the ancient Greek Olympics, including the song "Flame," the participants are naked as well.

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* NakedPeopleAreFunny: Nudity or partial nudity is a common source of humor in the show. In one sketch, Queen Elizabeth and Lord Cecil keep informing a man the articles of clothing he's wearing have recently been made illegal, leaving him standing there with no shirt. In everything relating to the ancient Greek Olympics, including the song "Flame," "Flame", the participants are naked as well.
3rd Dec '16 7:12:12 AM LadyJafaria
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* NakedPeopleAreFunny: Nudity or partial nudity is a common source of humor in the show. In one sketch, Queen Elizabeth and Lord Cecil keep informing a man the articles of clothing he's wearing have recently been made illegal, leaving him standing there with no shirt. In everything relating to the ancient Greek Olympics, including the song "Flame," the participants are naked as well.
-->'''Greek runner''': No girls could compete or watch, [[ValuesDissonance this may sound rude]], But makes more sense when I tell you we competed nude!
31st Oct '16 1:26:57 PM Morgenthaler
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* AgentPeacock: The producers concede that as a general rule, their versions of historical figures tend to "somehow..." end up more camp than the reality, including {{badass}} men. Sometimes it's much more overtly played with, as in the course of recasting the greatest flying aces of the Battle of Britain as a boy band.

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* AgentPeacock: The producers concede that as a general rule, their versions of historical figures tend to "somehow..." end up more camp than the reality, including {{badass}} badass men. Sometimes it's much more overtly played with, as in the course of recasting the greatest flying aces of the Battle of Britain as a boy band.



** Along similar lines, another monastery raid sketch features a literate monk who calmly convinces the Vikings to spare him so he can record their {{badass}}ery for all time. ("Write about my biceps!") Unfortunately for the monk, the raiders quickly start arguing over who's ''the'' bravest and most fearsome, and they're still carrying axes...

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** Along similar lines, another monastery raid sketch features a literate monk who calmly convinces the Vikings to spare him so he can record their {{badass}}ery badassery for all time. ("Write about my biceps!") Unfortunately for the monk, the raiders quickly start arguing over who's ''the'' bravest and most fearsome, and they're still carrying axes...
23rd Oct '16 8:57:13 AM Shoebox
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Gory, gastly, cruel, mean tropes.\\
Stuff you wouldn't find on Website/{{Snopes}}.\\
The tropes are no longer a mystery.\\
Hope you enjoyed... HORRIBLE HISTORIES!
23rd Oct '16 7:12:21 AM MisterApple
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Gory, gastly, cruel, mean tropes.\\
Stuff you wouldn't find on Website/{{Snopes}}.\\
The tropes are no longer a mystery.\\
Hope you enjoyed... HORRIBLE HISTORIES!
23rd Oct '16 6:55:54 AM MisterApple
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*ContinuityCavalcade: The aforementioned finale song.


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*IFoughtTheLawAndTheLawWon: Mentioned word-for-word in the Luddites song.
23rd Sep '16 8:41:31 AM sotnosen95
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** In one of the Ready, Steady, Feast sketches, the guest brings along weird food such as an elephants trunk and [[spoiler: the heart of King Louis XIV]]. The final item is a pound of sprouts.

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** In one of the Ready, Steady, Feast sketches, the guest brings along weird food such as an elephants elephant's trunk and [[spoiler: the heart of King Louis XIV]]. The final item is a pound of sprouts.
22nd Sep '16 11:57:50 AM dominicmgm
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* AccidentalMisnaming: Neil Armstrong insists upon calling the ''second'' man on the moon [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbHD1rVCORE "Bazz Alldrains"]].

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* AccidentalMisnaming: Neil Armstrong insists upon calling the ''second'' man on the moon [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbHD1rVCORE "Bazz Alldrains"]].Alldrains".
22nd Sep '16 11:54:51 AM dominicmgm
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** In one of the Ready, Steady, Feast sketches, the guest brings along weird food such as an elephants trunk and [[spoiler: the heart of King Louis XIV]]. The final item is a pound of sprouts.
21st Sep '16 3:09:13 AM foxley
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* WrongInsultOffence: Shakespeare is offended when the best that his opponent in a insult contest can do is "rogue" and "saucy knave". He proceeds to knock him out with a string of proper Shakespearean insults.
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