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  • Monty Python Collective Noun

    Eric:   "Crikey. So many. And so good.  I am personally fond of:

    - A squabble of Pythons
    - A splunge of Pythons
    - An Argument of Pythons
    - An Absurdity of Pythons"


    Michael:  "I’m 75 and don’t think I’ll live long enough to read all of them but I like:

    - A Ponty of Mythons
    - A pandemonium of Pythons
    - A flesh-wound of Pythons
    - A slither of Pythons
    - A pining of Pythons 
    - A Vomit of Pythons

    Oh, that’s 6 dammit!"

    Terry G

    "OK, taking time off from my onerous duties as a publicist for overlong films, these are my 5 choices plus a couple more… In no particular order:

    - A Splunge of Pythons
    - A Maudling of Pythons
    - A Dwindling of Pythons
    - A Pither of Pythons
    - A Squabble of Pythons
    - An Irrelevance of Pythons
    - A Chortle of Pythons"

    John C:  "I like:

    - A Beatitude of Pythons
    - A Slither of Pythons
    - A Crock of Pythons
    - A Cemetery of Pythons
    - An Argument of Pythons"


    Now it's over to you to choose the winning collective noun, via our poll


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