The Herring Voices
Bring Out Your Dead Edition
November 2, 1996
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Top Ten Most Interesting/
Fun Ways to Go
- Fatal head-wound during the Korobushka
- Run through with a frozen herring during a duel.
- Run through with an unfrozen herring during a freak feasting accident.
- Fatal fall off of one's own toes during a Pavane.
- Too much Toblaro.
- Eaten alive by mythical beast(s).
- Attacked by rabid goldfish.
- Face down in cheesecake.
- Set on fire while spun on a giant wheel.
- We regret #1 was too gross and lewd to be published.
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House Red Herring Answers...
Who is Your Favourite
Dead Person, and Why?
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- Algernon Aubrave
- None -- After a while they all start to smell.
- Celestria Wells
- Cleopatra -- So many men, so little time.
- Crystian the Undecided
- Eleanor of Aquitaine -- For declaring that she was the Queen of England By the wrath of God
- Elizabetta Venusta
- Vlad II Dracul -- Cool guy and famous knight.
- Gillian Cordwainer
- Joe the Fishmonger -- He always smelled a little fishy but other than that he was a great guy.
- Jhone of Woodcotte
- Anne Boleyn -- She practiced putting her head on the block so she could keep her head until losing it.
- Juliana the Eager
- When the other Herrings don't believe she's a rock.
- Loki the Mighty
- Great-grandpa Snorri -- For giving her that battle ax for her second birthday.
- Linnet the Lusty
- Genghis Khan.
- Attila the Hun -- It's comforting to know he really is dead.
- Skallagrim the Frenzied
- My da -- Not many men could give the Dragon of the North Sea indigestion.
- Valerian the Voluntary
- King Henry VIII -- You know... many, many wives!
- Wilfrid of Swifflingham
- Harold Godwinson -- For his away win at Stamford Bridge.
- Willamona Loveday
- Her late husband -- He left for her all of his lands and possessions after that unfortunate mushroom poisoning.
Future Herring Tombstones
Here Lies Algernon Aubraye and his Armour
May They Rest In Peace
You Are Here
Her Beauty Renouned
Shall Live Forever
In Those That Came After
Jhone of Woodcotte
An Insatiate and Luxurious Woman
Linnet the Lusty
Died at Sea
No One Really Knew What Boat She Was On...
(Mulachi the Babe's tombstone
would say nothing as
none of this friends were literate)
Skallagrim the Frenzied
GET OFF MY HEAD!
Valerian the Voluntary
Took on one too many
Wilfrid of Swifflingham
He wa a little better thing than
earth wherein he lies now
After many wars and a year at sea,
She finally died by leaves of three
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