OK, I get the King Arthur thing, but I don’t understand the punchline. Anyone?
I pulled the sword from the stone…and they sent me home.
“Pull this sword from the stone, and you’ll be king.” “I’ve seen the boss’ job, and I don’t want it.”
Didn’t some watery tart from the lake throw the sword at Arthur?
The warranty must have run out.
Never realized it was ON the market to begin with.
So it really wasn’t selling then?
Same here, no idea.
I don’t get it: Why get rid of the stone? That’s the whole point of the sword in the stone in the first place: No one who is unworthy will be able to pull the sword out. So the only reason to remove it is to not have a king at all…
The Knights of the Round Table dissolved so it’s back to the warehouse for storage and discovery centuries from now….
I think it’s going to Gibraltar
Maybe there isn’t one. Maybe Parker and Hart posted it just to read the comments ;-)
You can’t have that! No one is allowed to pull swords form stones in Kingdom of ID.
Apparently, sword-retrieval-based government systems are no longer considered viable.
That’s one way to get your rock off (the market).
Monarchy is so overrated.
Neither they nor the Fink could pull it out.
No one is getting that sword. King Arthur never happened.
Randy Newman “A Wedding In Cherokee County” 1974:
♪ “She will laugh at my mighty sword. Why must everybody laugh at my mighty sword?” ♪
I suppose if no one wants it, or no one can afford it, you might as well stop trying to sell it. …wait. Is that why I’m not married again?
“Dang!”, said the man with the sledgehammer.
Possibly someone considers it a safety hazard.
Defective rock won’t release sword?
One way to avoid any competitors. Smart.
How about stopping WAR, o’stupid gave putin crimea with no questions asked, so .fgured slo-joe would give him ukraine.
Mastroianni and Hart