Origin[ edit ] Henry's outburst came at Christmas at his castle at Bures, Normandyat the height of the Becket controversy. He had just been informed that Becket had excommunicated a number of bishops supportive of the king, including the Archbishop of York. Thomas, quotes Henry as saying "What miserable drones and traitors have I nurtured and promoted in my household who let their lord be treated with such shameful contempt by a low-born clerk! Elliot 's play Murder in the Cathedralbecause Henry does not appear in that play.
Acker Bilk — See Jimmy Hill. Afternoon tea with Mr Kiplin — a strip about Mr Kiplin a parody of cake manufacturer Mr Kipling inviting someone over for tea but because he eats so much cake, he eventually vomits for the whole night.
Alcan Foil Wrapped Pork Stock Warrior — a young boy who becomes a "superhero" in reality, completely useless with the aid of tinfoil and pork stock. Aldridge Prior — a pathological liar whose lies are ludicrous, such as The Nolan Sisters living in his fridge.
Prior is instantly recognizable for his retro dress sense, usually a tartan jacket with a sheepskin collar and a pair of uncomfortable-looking platform shoes. Alexander Graham Bell-End — a crazy inventor who continually rubs his penis on things and then tricks his assistant into touching them with his hands or mouth, at which point Alexander laughs uproariously whilst exclaiming "I TOTALLY rubbed my bell end on that!
Anna Reksik — a model who repeatedly vomits in order to keep her thin shape. Most strips involve Anna resorting to extreme lengths to lose weight encouraged by her friend Belle Emiaa fellow model ; only to unwittingly eat something that causes her to instantly put on an unrealistically huge amount of weight.
She has attracted press controversy because of the strip's portrayal of eating disorders and cocaine addiction. Arse Farm — A strip about a farmer who cultivates human buttocks on his land. Arsehole Kate — One-off parody of Keyhole Kate in which Kate instead likes to look up people's bottoms.
Auntie Cockwise — An old lady who can tell the size of a man's penis just by looking at him, much to the amusement of her little nephew. Bad Bob, the Randy Wonder Dog — A strip about a policeman who visits a retirement home on Christmas Day with his Jack Russell terrier Bad Bob, who proceeds to have sex with one of the resident's legs causing him to have a heart attack with Bad Bob doing the same to the thigh of the matron who bends down to try and revive him.
Badly Drawn Man — a poorly drawn character. Badly Overdrawn Boy — a parody of the pop singer Badly Drawn Boywho is seen busking outside his local bank because he's broke. Balsa Boy — a take on Pinocchioin which a lonely old pensioner makes a "son" from balsa wood. While Balsa Boy does have dialogue, all the speech bubbles unambiguously emanate from the old man.
The strip ends with the old man being sent to a mental institution after burning down the house while trying to dry off Balsa Boy in front of the fire, but by the last frame he is busy working on making another "boy" out of scones.
Barney Brimstone's Biscuit Tin Circus — a boy who owns a miniature circus inside a biscuit tin. Unlike his Beano equivalent, Barry is incompetent, hopelessly uncoordinated, and is immediately recognised despite his "cat-suit" disguise.
The final panel shows him in hospital, suffering from multiple injuries, being told that he has acted "very foolishly". Bart Conrad — a store detective who takes his job far too seriously. Baxter Basics — an extremely amoral and sexually deviant Conservative and later Labour MP who first appeared at around the same time as John Major 's Back to Basics campaign, and a transparent statement on the hypocrisy of politicians.
Drawn by Simon Thorp. Beeny of the Lamp — An Aladdin parody in which Sarah Beeny comes out of a magic lamp to help a young couple wishing for advice on buying a property. Ben and the SpaceWalrus — a one-off strip centred on a fat kid named Ben who finds a SpaceWalrus and eats his dog Bunny.
Bert Midler, Biddy-Fiddler — a pervert with a fetish for very elderly women.The following is a list of recurring or notable one-off strips from the British adult spoof comic magazine Viz.
Donate via Mail: Brother Nathanael Foundation PO Box Priest River, ID 5. The king said “Will no one rid me of this meddlesome priest?” to prompt the murder of Archbishop Becket.
6. Becket was murdered at the entry of Quire in Canterbury Cathedral while leading the monastic community.
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The most commonly quoted, as handed down by oral tradition, is "Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?", but according to historian Simon Schama this is incorrect: he accepts the account of the contemporary biographer Edward Grim, writing in Latin.
Henry Ii The King Of England History Essay. Print Reference this Who will rid me of this meddlesome priest.” – Henry II, King of England. This quote that was spoken by King Henry II of England would lead to a horrific event, the killing of Thomas A Becket.
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