Previously: two monks invent medieval art. MONK #1: hey how big are most eyes MONK #2: like on the human face? MONK #1: oh yes for sure the eyes people have on their faces MONK #2: oh man at least half the size of the face it's actually crazy how much of your face is just eyes definitely at least half MONK #1: thanks MONK #2: no problem…
MONK #1: what makes a woman beautiful MONK #2: nice eyes
red lips MONK #1: right definitely MONK #2: you know what's really hot though MONK #1: what MONK #2: women who don't have shoulders MONK #1: what
i don't know what you mean, Charles that is the door well it looks a hell of a lot like a window to me darling i'm so sorry but if that won't open i'm afraid there's no other way to get inside i came an awfully long way to see you ahh i know it's so terrible but nothing i can do about how windows are made…
In case you're not familiar with the parable of the Prodigal Son, I'll give you the bare outline: A man has two sons, one of whom goes to his father, demands his inheritance, sails off and squanders every penny getting drunk with idiots.
Orpheus is one of those great Greek figures who stuck around long enough to get every single myth eventually attributed to him. He invented music, sort of, but he also become a figure of mourning after failing to rescue his wife Eurydice from the Underworld (on account of looking back at her before she was 100% rescued), but he's also credited with introducing pederasty to Thrace (!!!)