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    We were using humour as a weapon. It was all very Monty Python. We never missed Monty Python.

    --- I'm just wondering if "we never missed M.P." means that they always watched it on tv or that their shows were very like M.P.

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    Re: never missed

    It looks like it means that they always watched it.

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    Re: never missed

    I agree with you :)

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    #4

    Smile Re: never missed

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    We were using humour as a weapon. It was all very Monty Python. We never missed Monty Python.

    --- I'm just wondering if "we never missed M.P." means that they always watched it on tv or that their shows were very like M.P.
    It could as well mean that they always included something funny in their own sketches, something that was an indelible symbol of Monty Python's humour.


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    Re: never missed

    Quote Originally Posted by engee30 View Post
    It could as well mean that they always included something funny in their own sketches, something that was an indelible symbol of Monty Python's humour.

    Yeah, it's possible.

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