An aristocrat, his chef and chief engineer were set to be executed during the French Revolution
An aristocrat, his chef and chief engineer were set to be executed during the French Revolution.
The aristocrat is brought to the guillotine and said "I am not afraid of my mortality. I refuse a blindfold and I wish to be face up so I can look death straight in the eyes!"
What did the Aristocrat say when he heard the French Revolution happening in the streets?
Oh! What a peasant surprise!!
To think, Louis and Marie-Antoinette almost won the French Revolution.
They were neck and neck.
Why were nobles decapitated during the French Revolution?
The peasants thought they were getting just too far a head.
Marie Antoinette could have avoided the French Revolution
Marie Antoinette could have avoided the French Revolution simply by issuing an edict the distribute bread among the poor. However, she didn’t do that because you can’t have your cake and edict too.
The french revolution
The french revolution was kind of a pain in the neck, but once it was over it was a weight off of some people's shoulders
A Priest, a Politician, and an Engineer are set to be executed by guillotine during the French Revolution.
The Executioner brings the Priest up first. He ask him if he'd like to lie facing down or facing up for his death. He responds that he would like to be facing up, so he can see the heavens while he's going to God. So the Executioner lays the Priest down in the guillotine facing up. He then releases ...
The French Revolution was pretty rough. Did you hear about what happened to Louis XVI's head?
How scared were the french royalty during the French Revolution?
Very, they completely lost their heads..
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It's the time of the French Revolution and they're doing their usual daily beheadings..
Today they're leading a priest, a prostitute and an engineer up to the guillotine.
They ask the priest if he wants to be face up or face down when he meets his fate. The priest says that he would like to be face up so he will be looking toward heaven when he dies. They raise the blade of the ...
During the French Revolution a doctor, a lawyer, and an engineer were facing execution on the guillotine.
The doctor was first, but the blade jammed and the doctor was set free due to Divine Intervention.
The lawyer was next, again the blade jammed, and was also set free.
As the engineer was being led to his doom, he glanced up at the blade and said “Wait a minute! I think I see the proble...
During the French Revolution, the commoners were busy executing the elite and bourgeoisie by beheading them.
They dragged a lawyer up on the guillotine, but as the blade dropped toward his neck, it inexplicably stopped. That was taken as a sign from God to spare his life and he was freed.
Then they brought a wealthy merchant up for execution, but again the blade stopped just short and he, too, was ...
During the French Revolution, what was the executioner’s catch phrase?
“First come, first severed!”
Hey girl, are you the French Revolution?
Because I keep imagining you sans-culottes
I'm still upset they marked me wrong on my 7th grade history test on the question "what did they set up during the French Revolution?"
I maintain that "lots and lots of guillotines" is technically correct...
Why is the French Revolution just like Prohibition?
They both got rid of Bourbon!
It is the French Revolution and people are being executed.
The executioner grants the people who are being executed one last request before their heads are cut off.
A nobleman walks up to the block and says,” As a nobleman I request that all of my money go to my three children.” “Very Well” the executioner said. And he was executed.
3 aristocrats in the French Revolution
So during the reign of terror in the French Revolution, there was a line of aristocrats waiting to be executed by guillotine. Near the middle of the line, there was a clergyman, an artist, and an engineer.
The clergyman got up to the chopping block and said a short prayer, and miraculously w...
I was telling a great joke about the importance of the guillotine in the French Revolution...
But it didn't really land. I guess execution really is key
It was the Best of Times, It was the Worst of Times...
Yes, it was the middle of the French Revolution, and Robespierre and his revolutionaries had gathered up a priest, a member of the aristocracy and an engineer, packed them into a tumbrel and dragged them off to the square to the waiting guillotine.
First they dragged the priest up onto the pl...
A priest, a drunk, and a engineer are about to be executed...
A priest, a drunk, and a engineer are about to be executed in France during the French Revolution. The priest is first in line and the executor asks him if he wants to be looking up or down as the guillotine blade falls on him. The priest replies "I want to look up at the heavens before I die." As a...
So I just put a baguette in my microwave
Guess you could say that I witnessed a French Revolution.
Towards the end of the French revolution many people lost their heads to the guillotine. One day a politician, a priest, and an engineer were to be executed.
The politician was first. The executioner asked him: "Do you have any last words?" to which the man replied, "I regret nothing." The e...