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Hmmm, not so fun I feel. Better to be a baker, for me.
That's quite the commitment!
I hope they got paid well.
My sons would love it if knights exist today. Actually, so would I!
I even can't imagine how hard is this custom.
All that training only for most to die in war
That is a big commitment.
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I love that tid-bit of information. I think I'd rather remain at the Page level. Don't they wear those cute little velvet outfits with the panty hose? I can't imagine clanking around in that heavy metal.
And they started young, I believe. At age 7, a page. At age 14, a squire. At 21, a knight.
Well, fancy that!
well, they shouldn't be under 30 any way
That's a lot of training when you consider how short the life span was back then.
In Days of OldWhen Knights Were BoldAnd Toilet Paper wasn't Invented.They Left Their Load Upon the RoadAnd Rode Away...Contented.I think you're more sophisticated than I.
Wow, that's a lot of training!Have a great week,-Kati
They must have felt like a sardine in those armors.
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