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Can you name the philosophers mentioned in Monty Python's, 'The Philosophers Song'?
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was a real pissant who was very rarely stable
was a boozy beggar who could drink you under the table
was a beery swine who was just as schlossed as
couldn't teach ya' 'bout the raising of the wrist
himself was permanently pissed
of his own free will on half a pint of shandy was particularly ill.
they say, could stick it away; half a crate of whisky every day
was a bugger for the bottle
was fond of his dram, and
was a drunken fart: 'I drink, therefore I am.' Yes…
himself, is particularly missed; a lovely little thinker but a bu**er when he's pissed
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And so it was said... Part 1
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Louis C.K. Follow that Line
Oct 19th, 2010 at 04:43 GMT
You missed out Schopenhauer!
Dec 24th, 2010 at 07:49 GMT
@Derrie There's a play on words missed in the second clue - the lyric is "think you under the table." @blues95 Your objection might be seen as valid, in that certain stage performances/live recordings did mention him; however, the studio recording does not. Perhaps an opportunity for a bonus answer???
Apr 27th, 2011 at 21:00 GMT
Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel is the version used in the original series' version of the song, but Schopenhauer is the one you hear on the live recordings. Also, yeah I noticed the "drink you under the table."
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