- 1 What is the average flight speed of an unladen swallow quote?
- 2 What is the African Swallow quote from Monty Python?
- 3 What is the average velocity of a swallow carrying a coconut?
- 4 What are the three questions asked in Monty Python?
- 5 What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen Flying Spaghetti Monster?
- 6 Are you suggesting coconuts migrate?
- 7 What does the French guy say in Monty Python?
- 8 Who is the best Monty Python member?
- 9 What do the monks chant in Monty Python?
- 10 What is the average velocity of a swallow?
- 11 How many times does a swallow beat its wings?
- 12 Why is Monty Python called that?
- 13 What is the capital of Assyria quote?
What is the average flight speed of an unladen swallow quote?
So, answering the main question here, the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow is something like 20.1 miles per hour or 9 meters per second.
What is the African Swallow quote from Monty Python?
Guard 1: Oh yeah. An African swallow, maybe — but not a European swallow, that’s my point. Guard 2: Oh yeah, I agree with that. King Arthur: [exasperated] Will you ask your master if he wants to join my court at Camelot?!
What is the average velocity of a swallow carrying a coconut?
A group of coconuts is called a group of coconuts. Bonus fact: The airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow is roughly 20.1 miles per hour.
What are the three questions asked in Monty Python?
King Arthur was the fourth- the first two questions were the same as for Lancelot, Robin and Galahad, but the third was: “What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?” Arthur asked which kind of swallow: African or European, and when the bridgekeeper answered “I don’t know that”, he was thrown into the gorge
What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen Flying Spaghetti Monster?
Exact airspeed velocity of an unladen Flying Spaghetti Monster is unknown and it’s widely believed that it is more likely to be faster than cheetah. All followers of FSM hold that pirates are sacred and were first Pastafarians. Flying Spaghetti Monster is the deity and grew to become a social movement.
Are you suggesting coconuts migrate?
Arthur: The swallow may fly south with the sun, or the house maarten or the plummer may seek warmer climes in winter, but these are not strangers to our land! Guard: Are you suggesting that coconuts migrate? Arthur: Not at all! They could be carried.
What does the French guy say in Monty Python?
French: Go and boil your bottoms, you sons of a silly person. French: You don’t frighten us, English pig dogs. Go and boil your bottoms, you sons of a silly person. I blow my nose at you, so-called “Arthur King,” you and all your silly English K-nig-hts.
Who is the best Monty Python member?
ERIC IDLE was the nicest of the six members of Monty Python. He was born in the North of England… well when I say the nicest he wasn’t absolutely the nicest. Michael Palin is generally recognized as being the nicest. Actually Terry Jones is pretty nice too and certainly he’s very nice at parties.
What do the monks chant in Monty Python?
In several scenes the monks chant in Latin: “Pie Jesu domine, dona eis requiem”. The translation of this is: “Merciful Lord Jesus, grant them rest.” It’s part of the standard Latin funeral rite.
What is the average velocity of a swallow?
In the end, it’s concluded that the airspeed velocity of a (European) unladen swallow is about 24 miles per hour or 11 meters per second.
How many times does a swallow beat its wings?
By comparing the European Swallow with bird species of similar body mass, we can estimate that the swallow beats its wings 18 times a second with an amplitude of 18 cm: Note that even the tiny Zebra Finch flaps its wings no more than 27 times a second while cruising.
Why is Monty Python called that?
The words “Monty Python” were added because they claimed it sounded like a really bad theatrical agent, the sort of person who would have brought them together, with John Cleese suggesting “Python” as something slimy and slithery, and Eric Idle suggesting “Monty“.
What is the capital of Assyria quote?
The Bridge Keeper asks the question, “What is the capital of Assyria?”. Well Bridge Keeper, depending exactly on what time in history you’re referring to, Assyria has had four capital cities: Ashur (or Qalat Sherqat), Calah (or Nimrud), the short-lived Dur Sharrukin (or Khorsabad), and Nineveh.