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"For what it's worth, next week all your stars and planets will be in good aspect for you to launch an invasion of England."
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'Why are they all picking on me?'
"If you ask me, there's far too much violence in tapestries these days."
"Well I suppose it's better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick."
'For goodness sake, they could have somebody's eye out with one of those.'
The first Norman city planners find a smog cloud and decide to build London under it.
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Norman Wisdom 1066
'1066 - The Battle of Hastings - Harold gets history's biggest "something in the eye".'
Norman's Early Years.
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"Is that a giant custard pie on that catapult?"
"I stopped eating beef years ago"
"Look who's forgotten their keys again!"
'We're having trouble getting your taster though the doorway, Sire!'
'Hit in the eye by a sparrow! We can't let the Normans get hold of this.'
Anger management issues.
'Watch what you're doing with that, or you'll have somebody's eye out!'
'I'd never have volunteered, but he made it sound like a little bit of weeding around the castle!'
"He looks like a Norman to me."
"See, one small comment and then all these down arrows."