(untitled). . No, Because they are nobles in revolutionairy France and will be guillotined. you must befur at parties. This guy must be fun at parties. (untitled) No Because they are nobles in revolutionairy France and will be guillotined you must befur at parties This guy fun
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#8 - TexMex
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(03/04/2014) [-]
This guy must be fun at parties.
User avatar #13 to #8 - mereu
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You must be fun at parties.
User avatar #14 to #13 - kirkwahmett
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you definitely aren't fun at parties
User avatar #22 to #14 - commontroll
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I am under the impression that you would be entertaining to have in attendance at social events.
User avatar #23 to #14 - orangepikmin
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Wait, there's a party? Why wasn't I invited?
User avatar #69 to #23 - heyzuesy
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Because you aren't fun at parties.
User avatar #20 to #14 - lazorman
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#28 to #8 - myusernamedoesntfi
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this guy must be fun at parties
User avatar #2 - metalmind
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Not all were guillotined.
User avatar #67 to #2 - niggernazi
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uh *****, it was atleast one million people who did get guillotin'd
User avatar #83 to #67 - metalmind
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Some escaped to England or Germany.
User avatar #102 to #83 - niggernazi
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yeah some, but still many millions of people died. just like the ten gorrillion jews in the über holocost deathcamps in the german reich
User avatar #3 to #2 - hudis
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Yeah, some were just raped and beaten a hundred times over and throw in dungeons.
#59 to #3 - jaquezable
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yup, not all were guillotined
User avatar #79 to #3 - logicstrike
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or escaped to of all places, England
User avatar #75 to #3 - abstractpink
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you must he fun at parties
User avatar #84 to #75 - hudis
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I don't attend parties that don't have guillotines
User avatar #10 to #3 - cdsams
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Could you give me a short synopsis of why the said french revolution happened.
#15 to #10 - atomschlumpf
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Many had nothing and few had everything and that pissed many off At least that's as far as my knowledge goes, if that is wrong please don't beat me, historicans
#25 to #15 - isuriand
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It was the fact that the nobles and clergy had around half of the entire wealth of France (they accounted for 2-5% at the most) all the others had to do with the rest.
User avatar #36 to #25 - nigeltheoutlaw
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That sounds a lot like America today.
User avatar #31 to #25 - specialone
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Also, they together held 2/3 of the vote whereas the rest of the population together only had 1/3. So essentially the people never had any say in who would be the next Prime Minister I think that's right and the passing of any new laws - generally related to taxation.
#54 to #31 - isuriand
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Cant remember that one but even if they did vote a prime minister all power laid in direct hands of the king. which of course included the treasury. so a situation would often occur like
"Your highness; we may either drain the swamps in Dunbar creating more livable farmland, or we may buy another chandelier like this one for the main hall"
"OOOH I like that chandelier, lets buy 3 of them!"
#50 to #15 - anon id: b2a7431b
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the french revolution was largely started and initially started due to extremely poor management of a famine which ironically was partly due to france bankrupting itself aiding the american revolution which caused many of the lower classes to starve. this was only made worse when the other 2 houses of the french parliament (the nobles and the clergy) refused to listen to the lower house of parliament which was elected by the lower classes and represented a growing Bourgeoisie(middle class) that was demanding more political power. the other two houses of parliament eventually refused the 3rd house entry entirely which only escalated the problem and led to the lower house establishing its own parliament/congress with blackjack and hookers in a nearby indoor tennis court where they made their own constitution which the king refused to accept and ultimately led to a revolution.
#62 to #15 - cannibalvegan
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I'm not an historian so I won't beat you for being wrong about history, but the Grammar Nazi inside me cannot keep quiet. You didn't type out punctuation two times in your two sentences, but you did type out a comma before "historians" in your second sentence and that correct use is very uncommon these days and I'm proud of you for it. You have failed me, however, so you shall be sent to the gas chambers for your despicable crimes.

I had faith in you, my son, I believed you were the one with the gift of perfect grammar, but I was wrong. I'm sorry it had to end this way.
#72 to #62 - anon id: 708c70c6
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Your use of commas is atrocious. Look at how many ******* subjects you had. It's called a period, dumbass.
#104 to #72 - cannibalvegan
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There is absolutely nothing wrong with my use of commas or punctuation. Move along.
User avatar #12 to #10 - hudis
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I didn't say there wasn't good reason, I was just making a joke.
User avatar #4 to #3 - metalmind
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Some got away, and returned afterwards.
User avatar #5 to #4 - hudis
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Well, some always get away.
User avatar #6 to #5 - funnyrage
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yeah, pesky little jews.

im so sorry, i didn't mean it.
#7 to #6 - I Am Monkey
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We've been compromised. They know.
User avatar #19 - melontwilight
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It always bugged me how Mrs. Potts is an old lady and Chip is supposed to be her son.
User avatar #56 to #19 - stocxt
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I dunno, my best friend's parents are nearly as old as my grandparents.
User avatar #86 to #19 - twi
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I'm 17 and my mom is 78

he might be adopted like me or some ****
User avatar #92 to #86 - wobblewub
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damn son
User avatar #94 to #19 - Dember
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Food for thought: Maybe her hair grayed out early? Aside from the color, I don't think a whole lot else necessarily indicates "elderly", and that can and does happen.
#63 to #19 - froggernaught
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Maybe he isn't and she's basically his care taker since noble women usually left the care of their children with older peasant women who were good at being mothers
#46 to #19 - afroadam
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i have an 18 year old in my english class with a 71 year old dad.

mfw i saw how old her mom was too. little younger than the dad but still old as hell to have a daughter in high school.
User avatar #47 to #46 - melontwilight
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Yea, but that seems possible still, like depending on how old she is, she could have had her around 50 which is sometimes still possible. I had a friend with older parents like that too. But it's different than seeing maybe a 60+ year old woman with a small child, unless maybe he was adopted. I'm probably thinking about this too much but it's just something that's bothered me since I was little.
User avatar #106 to #47 - Furubatsu
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In ye olde medeval Europe "Mother" was a term used towards any female older than you, so Chip could be adopted and refers to the kind old Mrs.Potts as "Mother"
User avatar #107 to #106 - melontwilight
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Perfect
#26 to #19 - reginleif
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Yet somehow the part where a talking beast turns human was totally believable. ^^

k. .
User avatar #27 to #26 - melontwilight
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You know what I mean
User avatar #29 to #27 - reginleif
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;/ I know, but with all the improbabilities that occur in these fairy tales, one more doesn't faze anymore.
#100 to #26 - peinguino
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Dragon Crown huh?
#32 to #26 - thelastelephant
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#43 - rebelgamer
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The Eiffel Tower, constructed in 1889, is depicted in the movie. Unless its inclusion is a mistake or simply a breaking of the 4th wall, this would date the movie post-1888.

There is also nothing in the movie to conclusively date the setting. "Provincial" town is the best we ever hear. Small provincial towns, with cottage industry and individual shop houses existed in France up until the early 20th century.

However, how the previous generations of these nobles survived revolutionary-era France is anyone's guess.

#82 to #43 - megayoming
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blew me away
User avatar #76 to #43 - sneleoparden
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or maybe they made the design for the eiffel tower
User avatar #96 to #43 - bigmanfifty
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Or maybe Disney doesn't give two ***** about historical accuracy
User avatar #33 - rynkar
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They are servants, not nobles...
User avatar #34 to #33 - teranin [OP]
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They are discussing Belle and the Beast
User avatar #35 to #34 - rynkar
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****, thought Chip asked 'we'
But still. even then, belle and beast arent nobles, beast just owns a castle and belle is his bitch.
#38 to #35 - pridefulmatthew
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Beast is a prince, last i checked prince=nobility
User avatar #39 to #38 - rynkar
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I'm pretty sure after being turned into a slobbering werewolf looking ******, any claim to nobility he had was shot.
#40 to #39 - pridefulmatthew
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It's France the women are harrier then the beast in winter.
User avatar #41 to #40 - rynkar
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wasn't that scotland?
User avatar #42 to #39 - kanatana
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You basically just described half of the English nobility since like the year 800.
User avatar #93 to #35 - reinyy
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"belle is his bitch" LOL
#44 - kaycie
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#52 to #44 - givememoarpony
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#81 to #52 - megayoming
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  Its a joke about the ponys sister who says Darling and Nigel Who says Smashing Darling and other quirky Sayings
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#71 - godlessgod
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#80 to #71 - megayoming
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how do you keep getting good rolls
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#77 - josieabby
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User avatar #45 - vixvaporrub
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Maybe they were all ready cursed while the other royals were getting chopped.

That witch may have actually saved everybody's lives by enchanting the castle.

Kinda throws the "be kind to beggars" lesson out the window when they all would have died if their Prince hadn't been such a dick to her.
User avatar #11 - Furubatsu
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Wait, what made it revolution era France?
I don't see Belle and "Adam" in any pompadours.