Well, it had to be done, didn't it? And since this is both the first and last post, I have won. Thank you all.
Not me. I won.
Hello notme. You didn't.
Clearly you are talking to someone else. Of course they didn't. I did.
Whatever you did, it wasn't winning, cause I do
None of your bride's talk here, young lady! This is a bitter struggle. You don't.
I don't drink bitter. I prefer cider. And I'm still the winner.
The drunk man speaks the sober man's mind. But you couldn't possibly believe you win when you're sober!?
Oh yes I could. I have every reason to.
Winning is the reason to be here and I'm don't afraid of struggles.
Well you just have your struggle with that sober Moff, Gesine, and I'll look after that prize.
Gesine wouldn't struggle with me - she's a lady! Now, gimme that prize.
No. Won't. I'd whack you, but I can't whack a lady, either.
Ah, I have the prize! Thanks, Gesine, for acting as a shield. What a sport!
The prize of the shield IS the prize, which means I win - ladylike
Dear me, I'll just have to be, erm, ungallant... Tis mine!
Avast!...no, wait - that's pirates...
Have at thee! - that's better. Have at thee and unhand my prize!
Besooks! Not likely. Have at thee, varlet (or is it Violet?).
Depends on whether you're from the southern United States, I guess.
'Have at thee' is something like 'en garde' from fencing, right?
Yes, I think so. I think it was said as you went to attack someone.
Allright, then I get the prize.
I'm sorry? Your logic escapes me. See my pointy stick? Give the prize back or it's en garde.
Guards! Arrest this maniac with the pointy stick!
Meanwhile, I'll hive off with the prize.
There's a maniac with my stick?! Can I come with you?