Archdruid: And so on this St George's Day we raise St George's cross...
All: Bit UKIP-y?
Archdruid: And we celebrate the patron saint of England.
All: You trying to upset the Scots Nats?
Archdruid: The red cross...
Burton: Isn't that a crusader's cross? You encouraging ISIS?
Archdruid: ...stained, it is said, by his martyr's blood, on his warrior's shield....
All: A soldier? What, freedom fighter?
Archdruid: No. Roman soldier.
Hnaef: Imperialist as well. This ain't getting better.
Archdruid: He killed a dragon.
All: Did he reason with it first?
Stacey Bushes: Did he try to discuss maybe some kind of peace treaty - bring in a neutral third party to facilitate negotiations? Intelligent creatures, dragons. We've seen The Hobbit. They've got to have some rights.
Archdruid: No! He had to save a helpless maiden.....
Edith Weston: What a sexist. You saying her sex life - or lack of it - was the determinant in whether she was saved or not?
Archdruid: I'm sorry?
Charlii: Would he have saved her if she'd been a single mother, or other non-conformer to patriarchal ideals? I suppose if she'd been a childless woman making a living as the chief exec of a pottery company he'd have left her to roast.
Archdruid: I don't know. I'm not aware he had that option. She was a helpless maiden.....
Daphne: What was so helpless about her? Why did it take a man to reinforce his role as protector - while simultaneously endorsing an unholy alliance between religion and the military/industrial complex - to kill an innocent dragon? Surely the maiden herself could have killed the dragon, were she not trapped in the stereotypical role of "helpless"?
Archdruid: So we cry "God, King Harry and St George for England! "
All: That's right, upset the French....