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Richard Roose, the Bishop of Rochester's cook, got caught up in the Anne Boleyn scandal and met a brutal end. The king's knacker Thomas Grimes was pressed into service as an executioner in the court of Henry VIII. This is the brutal story of life and death in England between the 16th and the 18th century.
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Liz Fesczenko
Liz Fesczenko 5 aylar önce
If Tony was my history teacher in high school, I would have most certainly passed. He makes history not only educational, but entertaining as well.
Azsune 5 aylar önce
I had a good history teacher. We had events every month where we would do themed things like a toga party while we were learning about Rome. Special dates in history like December 7th Pearl Harbour was attacked, we attacked the other history class. We crumpled up paper and walked across the hall and bombarded them. He was an ex football player over 6 foot tall and probably 250 lbs of muscle, he held the retaliation attack off while continuing his lesson alone by leaning against the door.
Pentultimate Arsehole
Pentultimate Arsehole 5 aylar önce
If he was a teacher when I was in high school, I'd have showed up to class!
Vanbooskie 5 aylar önce
We got lied to through our history books in school about alot of things.
T r i n i
T r i n i 5 aylar önce
My 9th grade European history teacher made class interesting like him. I did well in his class.
Catherine Ocon
Catherine Ocon 5 aylar önce
Totally agree! Maybe more children in schools today would be more interested in learning.
Simon Hergott
Simon Hergott 5 aylar önce
You guys are ridiculously good at what you do. Thanks for another fascinating documentary.
Steve Mundy
Steve Mundy 5 aylar önce
They didn't make this documentary! I hope they are paying royalties to the original copyright holder...
graybird 5 aylar önce
@Steve Mundythey did actually, in the description it’s stated that this channel is an official part of the history channel
Steve Mundy
Steve Mundy 5 aylar önce
@graybirdWhat is any of that supposed to mean? 'The History Channel' did not make this video...
Willy Naylor
Willy Naylor 3 aylar önce
@Steve Mundy I'd be surprised,the History Channel is doesn't come close to productions like this
Steve Mundy
Steve Mundy 3 aylar önce
@Willy Naylor Just a bunch of toffs waltzing around in puffer jackets...
Alicia Merline
Alicia Merline 2 aylar önce
My history classes seemed focused on the names, dates and locations of battles, memorizing the names of generals and presidents. Dates and meaning of important amendments and legislation. So it was all military and government. We learned very little about what life was like for ordinary people (to me that’s the really interesting part).
Amanda Warren
Amanda Warren Aylar önce
Agree. I love learning what daily life was like for ordinary people.
Deborah Rosen
Deborah Rosen 12 gün önce
It's so much more than that - focusing on all that is what makes it boring for so many people. If they're going to focus on generals and presidents and battles, then they need to examine what was going on in the world at all levels and get into the leader's head - *why* did they make that decision? And then tie it back to what's going on today: are there parallels and lessons that could be drawn? What ramifications, if any, did a given decision have that we still live with today? (For instance, if Henry VIII hadn't decided to get it on with Anne Boleyn, how would that have changed subsequent English and American history?) And to get into the heads of the leaders, stuff like this show is really necessary. It's not enough to read about it in a textbook, and while not everyone can or wants to get out to a working Tudor farm to understand what that's about, getting a look at how they interacted with the world around them gives context to some of the ideas we've brought forward from them - and helps us determine whether old ideas really are worth keeping in a modern context or not. History can and should be used to inform us of the backstory to the world around us: if all we're focused on is names and dates and famous people, we're truly doing ourselves and our kids a disservice.
Melina Paez
Melina Paez 5 aylar önce
Your content is so well organized, entertaining and EASY to retain. How you present content would be great for students who find reading difficult and are more visual/audio oriented when it comes to learning.
Apostle Terence Walker
Apostle Terence Walker 3 aylar önce
This guy is absolutely awesome. His knowledge and sense of humor makes learning actually fun.
Damian Long
Damian Long 5 aylar önce
In my personal delusions, Tony narrates my day. Cracking jokes and giggling to himself.
notfiveo 4 aylar önce
The history I learned in high school was a very boring history, most of it made up and sanitized by holy rollers who didn’t want to offend our young ears.
Clarissa Jackson
Clarissa Jackson 4 aylar önce
I’ve learned more about history watching this channel than i ever did in school.
Lisa T
Lisa T 4 aylar önce
that's an American education for you, we weren't fully taught our own history, let alone any other country's, at least at my schools, I was lucky, I love to read and travel, so I was able to learn a lot on my own, and I am addicted to documentaries, and love listening to people talk about subjects they're fascinated with [ I'd watch documentaries and ted talks I'd watch one of these on flour or rubber if the filmmakers or speakers, as well were in love with the subject] so I learn a lot that way
Guy Morris
Guy Morris 5 aylar önce
The Mary Rose salvage is awesome!! Being an honorably discharged US Army veteran I want to wish the crew members of this vessel to rest in peace and thank them for their service.
DaithiKerr68 4 aylar önce
What about the souls of the French sailors who also died in the same battle?
Mary Duhon
Mary Duhon 2 aylar önce
Thank you for my freedom
Angelique Dougan
Angelique Dougan 5 aylar önce
Initially I was a tad confused at the idea of a rat as "useful when dead", but after I thought about it or a few minutes in the context of a knacker(sp?), I can semi-see how a dead rat might become a candle, possibly a leather pouch etc. Would be a rather interesting conversation wouldn't it? someone decides they like your pouch and asks about it only to discover it was once a rat.
Richard Sanchez
Richard Sanchez 5 aylar önce
Goddamn if we could have Ruth, Peter, Alex, Tony, Richard and David Attenborough make like a giant huge documentary of England that would be the most epic thing ever.
Lucinda Humphries
Lucinda Humphries 3 aylar önce
If I was a man during any time in history, I'd have married Ruth. That woman can do anything, and what she can't do, she can learn. Ruth is competent with a capital C.
Kimberly Patton
Kimberly Patton 29 gün önce
Lets not forget the irreplaceable Mary Beard and Susanna Lipscomb!
ReneenayFabulous 5 aylar önce
My heart's breaking for the little dog who went down with the ship.
Lies, damn lies, and stats Weird
Lies, damn lies, and stats Weird 5 aylar önce
+ ReneenayFabulous You cried over a dog's death, which was sad, but you have no sympathy for an innocent man who was boiled alive? Get help, ASAP.🤦🏾‍♀️
ReneenayFabulous 5 aylar önce
@Lies, damn lies, and stats Weird ummm, I don't recall saying that. So, I won't respond to your attack on me over something I never said. But, do have a nice afternoon.
My Name
My Name 5 aylar önce
@Lies, damn lies, and stats Weird If it makes you feel any better I would always feel more sorry for a dog than a human. People deserve to suffer, animals never do.
Kate Kate
Kate Kate 5 aylar önce
@Lies, damn lies, and stats Weirdone does not exclude the other…
#HimToo 5 aylar önce
Something stood out to her and she decided to write a comment about it. In no way does mentioning that one thing indicate how she feels about the dozens of other things that were touched on in the video... and I don't get why you would think otherwise.
CDF DeSantis
CDF DeSantis 4 aylar önce
Great series. Good learning about how the ordinary people lived.
Margaret Castell
Margaret Castell Aylar önce
I had the most wonderful history teacher who went by the perfect name, Miss Crankshaw. (Cranky behind her back). She brought history alive for me with a touch of humour and I remember us 13 year olds asking about Henry VIIIs love affairs and executions and she'd smilingly say 'I know you're trying to red herring me' but she would digress for we sexually curious children. I was lucky as she had a temper and would hurl the blackboard cleaner at the victim not paying attention with amazing accuracy. It's over 60 years now but she liked me and gave me an enduring love of history and I have never forgotten her sweeping into the classroom in her gown always in tremendously high heels, ready to do battle if necessary. Usually not necessary as most were scared of her. Strict in those days.
Wendy Greidanus
Wendy Greidanus 15 gün önce
Your story about Miss Crankshaw reminded me of my fifth grade history teacher, Mr. Peacock. He had a yardstick (Canada was still using imperial measurement at the time), with his name "Mr. Peacock" written in marker along the length of it, and he would swan around the classroom with the yardstick behind his head, across his shoulders, and with his arms looped over each end. At times, he would throw chalk at unsuspecting daydreamers, but he was well loved by the students for his antics, and for his love of history.
Kimberly Patton
Kimberly Patton 29 gün önce
We are all SO fortunate to live in the time of the internet! It did mot come about until I was over 50… and all I had to learn from was at the library or tv or magazines like Nat Geo… As soon as cable tv was available in my area, i lived on MTV and The History Channel! And now I can lay in my own bed and watch these great docs as much as I want to! What an amazing thing to see, Henry VIII’s marvelous ship!My husband bought a Commodore computer with a monitor and keyboard in 1981- he couldn’t do very much with it.. play a few games or play around with it a bit, but the internet was a far off dream. But he told me then, “ One day ! This is the future, everybody will have them and be able to connect to the rest of the world!” I just never imagined how much , how right he was!
Madam Beanbuns
Madam Beanbuns 5 aylar önce
I love watching Tony. I had seen him in Blackadder and when I saw him in The Worst Jobs in History I started looking for his history documentaries. He is a great storyteller of history. He makes it so interesting. However, I will always love him as Baldrick!
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•∆†̷[⸸ЯaᴉT o𝖋 sɪИN]†̷∆• 5 aylar önce
If Tony is hosting a history lesson I'm all in..he makes history fun. And the only one from the Blackadder Series that was knighted by the Royals.
Susan Leftwich
Susan Leftwich 3 aylar önce
Yes, I love Tony and the other commentators. Always informative and entertaining!
Spazmodicus Rex
Spazmodicus Rex 5 aylar önce
Fun fact: The original purpose of the codpiece was to prevent discomfort or injury should one have to sleep in their armor.
A name
A name 4 aylar önce
Thank you .
chillchillpill 5 aylar önce
You know ~ at first I thought he was an annoying little man, but Tony won me over! I quite enjoyed this episode : D
Khalil Al-Bukhari
Khalil Al-Bukhari 4 aylar önce
Bravo, another fantastic video. It's good to see Tony in good health
Billy 4 gün önce
Oh my god how have I NOT FOUND THIS GUYS CHANNEL?!?! he’s amazing
Papwithanhatchet 3 aylar önce
What an interesting difference in cultural/societal values. In Japan, execution by seppuku was reserved for the elite (samurai) and the role of kaishakunin, the “second” who would complete the ceremony by decapitating the sentenced, was held in high esteem and was usually from a position of power.
Maschyth 5 aylar önce
I had a 2 week old runaway farm pig. He was potty trained on the first day. We had a dog. Maybe the dog taught him. But the first day we brought him home he started scratching at the door to go out.
Mel Flo
Mel Flo 5 aylar önce
Tony, you are the best history teacher.
Jean 5 aylar önce
Oh man the dog being stuck on ship made me soooo sad.
Amanda Mc Carthy
Amanda Mc Carthy 5 aylar önce
Poor little richard. I just can’t imagine.
Amonet222 Aylar önce
Tony can never die ❤ Love him
Kez C
Kez C 5 aylar önce
In the 1850-60 my great great great grandfather and his brother came over first from Prussia to England than they got a job on a ship as the ships musician to pay for their journey to Australia
kim dasko
kim dasko 4 aylar önce
It's incredible to think that back then 35 y/o was the life expectancy.
YeshuaMyKing 3 aylar önce
No that was average Many many babies n kids died skewing the mean Once u made it to adulthood, u lived quite a normal aged life
Salty Misfit
Salty Misfit 4 aylar önce
Could you imagine being the first kid well Mom and Dad are working on their eighth just a few feet away
mrpad0 4 aylar önce
It was all so awful and hard back then that I need to step back and realize... People do not change that much over time. It was less awful to them than we think it would have been. Hard work and then long periods of relaxing.
Srta.TacoMal 3 aylar önce
Wow, Hatch has continued to be a good boy for hundreds of years ♥️
Natalie A.
Natalie A. 5 aylar önce
More sadness expressed for the dog than the lost sailor. I guess the difference being the dog had no choice in being there, but still odd that reaction.
Kathy Brem
Kathy Brem 5 aylar önce
No it’s not, dogs are the best people
Gilbert 5 aylar önce
You must be one of those people that feels that because a dog is less intelligent or useful than a human that it doesn't physically suffer as much.
Pump The Brakes
Pump The Brakes 4 aylar önce
You know that scenario where you can invite 20 people (dead or alive) to a dinner party? Tony would be on my list, love him ❤
Nette Wilson
Nette Wilson 3 aylar önce
Yikes I think living in those times and places would be worse than death.
Light + Bone Tarot
Light + Bone Tarot 28 gün önce
Every one of your videos delights. This one is fantastic. Alos, I love the show of sentiment regarding 'Hatch':(. I felt it too... THank you!
ˈkaZHo͞oəstrē 5 aylar önce
Really enjoyed this one, wish it was more focused like the baker version.
DropHammer77 3 aylar önce
I thought the Executioner (As you constantly see in Movies) wear a hood over their face. Nobody would know who they were.
Ranja Pi
Ranja Pi 2 aylar önce
As far i know, they were well known. No one wanted to live near them and they has the most problems getting a wife. As Tony pointed out, they were the lowest of the lowest. Often the daughter of one executioner married another.
Ms.Ellaneous 5 aylar önce
I would think that scrubbing the deck was Also a means to keep it from getting slippery. Cuz soggy wood tends to be really slippery... I dunno though
Benedikt Morak
Benedikt Morak 4 aylar önce
in secondary school, that time i was 11 and now i am 70, we had a teacher something similar to Tony Robinson. he was teaching us about the past of - Austria - and the world. In the 4 years, that was this time we went to secondary school, we did not write down, except what we wrote down ourselves, a single word in out exercise books. but when he was in class, it was quite and ears open. What a teacher. One hour HE was teaching. And the next hour we were repeating what we remembered. And seldom were there any mistakes. AND there was never that dry -remembering - of any years or centuries or the likes. the guy was a fighter pilot in the Luftwaffe and had his body still full of shrapnel/splinters that could not be operated out. ( i only heard alter, though i just hope it was not while he was teaching, that one of this shrapnel splitters just had moved, he began bleeding internally without realising it. and than it was to late. he was dead already when the emergency services arrived).
Paula Santos
Paula Santos 4 aylar önce
Isn't he Baldrick of Black Adder? Amazing ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Mirko 3 aylar önce
having a house was very prestigious. Not like today not many people had a real house. Many just slept outside somewhere in the woods.
JayNay 3 aylar önce
Poor Richard... Sounds like he just wanted to be done being tortured.
Al Mount
Al Mount 5 aylar önce
Very interesting and enjoyable, kudos to Tony
Jourdan Horton
Jourdan Horton 4 aylar önce
I died laughing at the little Richard reference
Tamara Gonzalez
Tamara Gonzalez 5 aylar önce
There are artists now that can bring his face back if they so chose to.
SatansTrophyWife 5 aylar önce
I get way too excited when I see y’all post a video lol
Nicole P
Nicole P 22 gün önce
Love this channel!
X Gen
X Gen 5 aylar önce
Fascinating. I really enjoyed this.
Wise Ole Geezer Circa 1941
Wise Ole Geezer Circa 1941 3 aylar önce
As a long-term Anglophile, I appreciate greatly the work and effort which goes into making these presentations. One of my main regrets in life is not having visited this historically amazing country and culture when I was physically able. 😀👍
YeshuaMyKing 3 aylar önce
Or could afford to do more than buy ramen and watch YT on my phone Or is that just me…
Tactical Tuna
Tactical Tuna 5 aylar önce
Baldrick has become much wiser with age.
Bekah boop
Bekah boop 5 aylar önce
1:12 I must say I love watching and learning about our pasts.
Luisa  D’Angelo
Luisa D’Angelo 5 aylar önce
Love this show and adore Tony Robinson!! Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays Tony and entire Crew 🌲 🎅 🎁🧸💙💜💛♥️
Wiwi K
Wiwi K 5 aylar önce
This is real "high quality Content" !
David Pantoja
David Pantoja 5 aylar önce
And Richard's worn trousers are now a fashion statement.
nicole stewart
nicole stewart 5 aylar önce
👏🏿 I loved this so much ❤❤❤❤❤
Caatko 3 aylar önce
Baldrick saying "knackers" made me snicker
Horseless  Hussar
Horseless Hussar 4 aylar önce
Bloody brilliant, mate.
Laura Metheny
Laura Metheny 4 aylar önce
Charlés looks like Sean Harris😉 Thanks Tony! Love these programs.🙏🇬🇧
creativelobster 5 aylar önce
I enjoy these videos so much. Also @AbsoluteHistory, your HistoryHit promo code is invalid according to the site.
Mrs. Onyango
Mrs. Onyango 27 gün önce
Very entertaining!
Dawn 5 aylar önce
Love these shows bc this is my ancestors
Heather Wade
Heather Wade 2 aylar önce
Me too!
Sam Accardi
Sam Accardi 5 aylar önce
Is it just me, or does Tony seem to channel Phil Harding when he speaks in a West Country accent? I'd imagine years of working together gave Tony a great baseline for impersonation and pronunciation.
Kaylee Riley
Kaylee Riley 5 aylar önce
Yes Phil came to my mind when he was reading that too LOL
Jinx 5 aylar önce
Just what I needed to watch before bed 😅
Ann Sterzinger
Ann Sterzinger 5 aylar önce
Henry viii really needed to see a shrink.
Steve from Saskatoon
Steve from Saskatoon 4 aylar önce
Lol 😆
Guinea Pigs and Bunny Friends
Guinea Pigs and Bunny Friends 5 aylar önce
Oh god I'm glad I didn't live back then. I love showers, clean clothes and grocery stores.
Annabellaz Sanctuary
Annabellaz Sanctuary 5 aylar önce
Well the past may be writing out the future - we have to monitor our water usage - wash clothes on short cold cycles at night and grocery shelves are emptying and hospitals can no longer cope - let’s pray 🙏
Guinea Pigs and Bunny Friends
Guinea Pigs and Bunny Friends 5 aylar önce
@Annabellaz Sanctuary yes praying is needed for humanity.
Frequently Cynical
Frequently Cynical 5 aylar önce
In the late 1990's I worked as a security guard ("hotel dick,") at a luxury hotel in Denver. The Brown palace opened in 1893 or so and kept historical records of every kind. Old registers, menus, and anecdotes. There is story of the man boiled to death in his bathtub. We can probably presume that while in the tub, he died from some cause like a heart attack. Since he hadn't shut the hot water off, it flowed hour after hour. Plenty of hot water in a hotel. His friends came for him in the morning, no response at the door. Security was called. They found their friend not just dead, but the meat boiled off of the bones!
Diane Love
Diane Love 5 aylar önce
The old bathtubs were heated with coils so there are many cases of people being boiled alive sadly.
Frequently Cynical
Frequently Cynical 5 aylar önce
@Diane Love I saw an Absolute History discussion of this. No one can be boiled alive if they can step out of the tub. I think the problem was that these coal heated tubs produced a lot of noxious gases which led to unconsciousness.
Alycia Marie
Alycia Marie 5 aylar önce
@Frequently Cynical the green wallpaper too!
Guy Morris
Guy Morris 5 aylar önce
I worked private security at that downtown Denver hotel that does have a thirteenth floor.
M4A NOW 3 aylar önce
1:09:08 😂😂 The devil on my shoulder popped up here and whispered "still the same, now"
Jesse Owens
Jesse Owens 3 aylar önce
I've always wanted to be British. Getting back all the time brushing and flossing would be like living to 125!
Sweettina2 5 aylar önce
Seeing a limping horse: "This ones got my attention"......🤣😆
Jody Harnish
Jody Harnish 5 aylar önce
Is it possible that the poem about the ale wife is a satire? She might have thought it was hilarious!
Barbara Perry
Barbara Perry 4 aylar önce
I had to laugh, because I like watching things with the sound off, using closed captioning...every single time, it said 'Henry VII'. That's Henry the SEVENTH! 😂😂😂
BnB140810 4 aylar önce
Why the English never revolted against the upper class is beyond me, stiff upper lip be damned, being held back at every turn just for trying to provide for your family or get ahead in the world, would drive me insane
Heather Wade
Heather Wade 2 aylar önce
In a way, they did. They left for America and fought a war for their independence from the crown. But I do understand what you’re saying.
C&G/G&C 4 aylar önce
As a Veteran of the U.S. Navy. I feel john lmfao 🤣 😂 we sailed and dropped anchor in Tahiti when I was in. Beautiful place n native island women. French Polynesia, so I also made friends with the French who wanted me to go to a party w them on a different island. Told them sorry I can't. Missing ships movement even will get your ass in a lot of trouble. Now instead of flogged John still would've been dragged back on board tho lol. But in handcuffs, sent to what we call DRB among the chiefs, sent to Captains Mass thrown in the Brigg and possibly kicked out with a dishonorable discharge. Lmfao 😅 😅 😅. I would've been willing to jump over board to swim back to Thailand 😆 lol.
Cheryl Purdue
Cheryl Purdue Aylar önce
That was good to watch🙂
Benito Mussolini
Benito Mussolini 3 aylar önce
This is designed and told in the style and tone of a children's tv show and then it'll talk about the most grotesque violent excruciating death in immense detail.
fly 2 aylar önce
are you from the USA?
Benito Mussolini
Benito Mussolini 2 aylar önce
@fly yeah lol florida
Shelly 5 aylar önce
Love Tony 💘 so happy I found this 😃
M.O.S 3 aylar önce
Was there real working healing/medicine that really worked?? I have heard they use herb's but can it be counted?
Sarah 5 aylar önce
No Sir! No, we don’t pick up dead rats! I thought we learned our lesson on rats…😂😂
Tom Dog
Tom Dog 4 aylar önce
I thought you grind bones for bread. "Be he alive or be he dead, I'll grind his bones to make my bread", blood of an englishmun an' awl thayt.
vlada Bocanek
vlada Bocanek 5 aylar önce
What a beautiful brewer of year! :)
Ranja Pi
Ranja Pi 2 aylar önce
When poaching, why not use bow and arrow? Or would it be too difficult to shot? It would make no noise and wouldnt leave a trace like a trap.
GleePotter8468 5 aylar önce
ChaseroftheLight1 5 aylar önce
He wanted a divorce, but thought the church would go for an annulment.
GleePotter8468 5 aylar önce
@ChaseroftheLight1 no he didn’t
Novice 5 aylar önce
37:52 Madam curator looks really cute in her hard hat! She looks much younger & her smile looks excited & happy. I like her face.
John Hamelin
John Hamelin 3 aylar önce
Well-done sir
Dave La Violette
Dave La Violette 4 aylar önce
This was just so well done, but the one thing that I got from it was though things have improved the wealthy should be stripped of their wealth.
FolkPunk MusicJunkie
FolkPunk MusicJunkie 4 aylar önce
Jack should have stolen enough money and then sailed to America where he could have started some sort of business and lived the life of a gentlemen farmer. To be on the safe side he should have avoided living in cities.
Robert Alpy
Robert Alpy 2 aylar önce
John Skelton? Any relation to Henry's later jester Tom Skelton?
Twich McVey
Twich McVey 4 aylar önce
Bad bit about rabbit meat, it's very low on usable proteins and fats. You can actually starve to death eating rabbits. Happened here in Alaska on quite a big scale in the early gold rush days. Even the fur trappers and log men learned to catch and eat squirrels and various other rodents to supplement their diets in winter days
FolkPunk MusicJunkie
FolkPunk MusicJunkie 4 aylar önce
There’s more to that anecdote including that those ppl were already starved when the real winter hit
Twich McVey
Twich McVey 4 aylar önce
@FolkPunk MusicJunkie yeah and until they learned how to fish and to eat the beavers they trapped for fur many died. But we also had huge issues with yellow fever and cholera
Latanya Francois
Latanya Francois 6 saatler önce
Keep up with more vlogs enjoy 😊😮
Margaret Garcia
Margaret Garcia 4 aylar önce
This was great
Daniel Di Palma
Daniel Di Palma 4 aylar önce
If they had added salt, pepper and a few veggies it would have made for a wonderful human soup. Yum!
taleandclaw rock
taleandclaw rock 5 aylar önce
Top tip for survival in the horror kings reign-leave the damn country.
Gina Pruett
Gina Pruett 5 aylar önce
My own mom has no interest in learning this but I would rather do this of work.
Beverly Balius
Beverly Balius 5 aylar önce
Weren’t the Excecioner also the Grave digger?
April McPherson-VanRaalte
April McPherson-VanRaalte 5 aylar önce
Tony is the best!!
Calin Florin
Calin Florin 4 aylar önce
Oh, the good ol' days! Nothing like the decadent society we have today [sarcasm].
Ray Jasmantas
Ray Jasmantas 3 aylar önce
Question: when the historical executions based to control the roaming murders.
Angie Zulka
Angie Zulka 5 aylar önce
Omg ya 2 omg I luv you both. 😂😂😂😂❤❤❤❤ I’m so happy for you
Andreya Feitosa
Andreya Feitosa Aylar önce
There is a special place in hell for King Henry VIII 😂
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