Dios, que buen vassallo, si oviese buen señore!

This weekend we are singing in victory, so we invoke the Cid. Listen to the precise clashing of swords in the Poem of the Cid as transcribed at UT-Austin.

Here we have a much cuter version of the Cid — perhaps the very cutest ever.

The best kind of background music for the Cid’s activities is heavy metal.

Axé.

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One response to “Dios, que buen vassallo, si oviese buen señore!

  1. Z

    But of course the post does not have a direct reference to reality, since that Blackguard is neither a good vassal or a good lord.

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