That was one of my “watch daily” obsessions for a couple of years, which is odd, because normally, back then I couldn’t stand it when something wasn’t serious that I thought should be or was too into pop culture, but that one won me over! It had football chanting in, and I liked it, that is genuinely a miracle! “Lichtenstein… Lichtenstein!”
Did you know their lances were made from spaghetti!
EDIT: It’s a joke thread, so:
Cow 1: My grandfather was a knight
Cow 2: I’ve never heard such a lie in all my life
Cow 1: It’s true, his name was Sir Loin
What do you call a knight who is afraid to fight?
What do Richard the Lionheart and Winnie the Pooh have in common?
Answer: The same middle name!
What do you call it when Knights get up and change their seats at the Round Table?
Answer: The Knight Shift
Why were the early days of history called the dark ages?
Answer: Because there were so many knights!
Is there any proof that people played tennis in Tudor Times?
Answer: YES! Many people served in Henry VIII’s Court!
Which English King invented the fireplace?
Answer: Alfred the Grate!
What was Camelot known for?
Answer: Its Knight life!
Why did the King go to the dentist?
Answer: To get his teeth crowned!
Have you ever seen a Duchess?
Answer: Yes… it’s the same as an English “S”.
What member of the royal family should always carry an umbrella?
Answer: the Reigning Monarch!
The biggest Knight at King Arthur’s round table was Sir Cumference.