Today I told my little brother chivalry was dead

He asked me: Who's chivalry?

People really misuse the word 'chivalry'

They think its politeness towards women. It's actually not. I looked it up online, and only some of it is about respect and politeness. The rest of it is about medieval battle etiquette.


The other day I didn't hold the door for a woman. She proceeded to say,"I guess chivalry's dead". So,...

Chivalry is dead

Let me tell you why, yesterday I brought coffee in bed to a girl, instead of saying
"Thank you, you are so kind!", she said
"How did you get in here? I'm calling the police".

Chivalry is dead.

Opening the door for ladies used to be considered the polite thing to do.

The last girl I opened the door for just screamed at me as she fell out of the plane.

I forgot to hold a door open for a woman the other day...

She said, "Chivalry's dead, isn't it!"

So I challenged her to a sword duel, and now she's the one who's dead.

Guess chivalry's not really dead, is it?

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Chivalry Is Dead

They said chivalry is dead so I wanted to prove them wrong. I tried to be polite and hold the door open for a woman, but she kept screaming, "Asshole, I'm peeing in here!"

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Two knights were jousting for the entertainment of the king and his court...

The Black knight struck the king's favorite, crumpling him against the wall, bending and doubling him over, head-to-toe. With his head down between his legs with armor and body bent and contorted, the favorite reached for his sword.

The crowd cheered!

With an impressive display of p...

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One sultry Sunday afternoon in Rome

On one sultry Sunday afternoon in Rome, there was a beautiful young nun walking back home after the service in the church. The priest who was driving back home in his wagon spots the poor nun walking home in the sweltering heat. Being the gentleman that he was and a servant of the Lord, he stops by ...

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The English gentleman..

..Mr. Harold James Blessing was a renowned person. He’d retired from service in the British Army, and was revered and liked by all in the town for his best qualities.

One day, while visiting the countryside where he was quite popular, he spotted an immensely pretty, dazzling, drop dead gorgeo...

What does a polite pirate say?

Chivalry-Timbers!

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