Roundhead or Cavalier?

If someone put a musket to your head and made you choose between joining the Cavaliers or the Roundh


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Shakey

War Hero
Which side would you join - the Parliamentarians (Roundheads) or the Royalists (Cavaliers) ?

Your choice can be made on political factors, religious beliefs or even who had the best uniform for all I care.

The decision is yours!
 

Shakey

War Hero
Hmmm, I don't remember seeing anything about General Fairfax's Circumcised Regimente Of Foote in the history books. :lol:
 

kingoftwigs

War Hero
Shakey said:
Hmmm, I don't remember seeing anything about General Fairfax's Circumcised Regimente Of Foote in the history books. :lol:
Didn't they fight at the battle of Biffins Bridge? :twisted: :lol:
 

wet_blobby

War Hero
Moderator
hmmm, difficult one, I reckon the cavaliers had more of a free spirit and definatley had the fancier uniform so could of pulled the local peasant girlies easier, but the Roundheads were a better military machine and probably did a bit of the old rape and pillaging so they both have there appeal. I'll sit on the fence for a bit and see if anyones argument persuades me.
 

Shakey

War Hero
wet_blobby said:
I'll sit on the fence for a bit and see if anyones argument persuades me.
The Cavaliers had long curly hair and were all gay and bummed each other up every day, their CO leading them all in a mass daisy chain of frenzied homosexualist lust.

The Roundheads had the New Model Army and were dead hard and everything and didn't go round bumming everything that moved.

Does that help?
 

wet_blobby

War Hero
Moderator
Shakey said:
wet_blobby said:
I'll sit on the fence for a bit and see if anyones argument persuades me.
The Cavaliers had long curly hair and were all gay and bummed each other up every day, their CO leading them all in a mass daisy chain of frenzied homosexualist lust.

The Roundheads had the New Model Army and were dead hard and everything and didn't go round bumming everything that moved.

Does that help?
Even more confused now mate :lol:
 

Six_and_a_Half

Lantern Swinger
The Royalist Cavaliers were the loyalist supporters of the King Charles I, and as a cavalier soldier one would purchase his own equipment (or the equipment would be issued to you purchased by your Lord/master) and often because the cavaliers were rich enough to own horses, fought as cavalry. Aside from that the royalists wore big floppy hats and long hairstyles. Don't really know about their sexual preferences.

The Parliamentarian Roundheads were fundamentalist puritan republican rebels who were formed into an efficient fighting unit (the New Model Army). They were lowly peasants who had to be issued with kit and often fought as infantry. They sported short, cropped hairstyles and wore a standard helmet.

It might also be worth noting that despite after the Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell's death, King Charles II was invited back to the throne because the parliamentarians were grossly inefficient at running the country (As it turns out they couldn't agree on anything).
 

stirling2

Banned
Peter said:
The Royalist Cavaliers were the loyalist supporters of the King Charles I, and as a cavalier soldier one would purchase his own equipment (or the equipment would be issued to you purchased by your Lord/master) and often because the cavaliers were rich enough to own horses, fought as cavalry. Aside from that the royalists wore big floppy hats and long hairstyles. Don't really know about their sexual preferences.

The Parliamentarian Roundheads were fundamentalist puritan republican rebels who were formed into an efficient fighting unit (the New Model Army). They were lowly peasants who had to be issued with kit and often fought as infantry. They sported short, cropped hairstyles and wore a standard helmet.

It might also be worth noting that despite after the Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell's death, King Charles II was invited back to the throne because the parliamentarians were grossly inefficient at running the country (As it turns out they couldn't agree on anything).


That would never happen in todays society would it :???:
 

Shakey

War Hero
Peter said:
The Parliamentarian Roundheads were fundamentalist puritan republican rebels who were formed into an efficient fighting unit (the New Model Army). They were lowly peasants who had to be issued with kit and often fought as infantry. They sported short, cropped hairstyles and wore a standard helmet.
Actually, the New Model Army had loads of cavalry that were stunningly effective. This may be because they weren't worn out by interfering sexually with the horses every night, unlike the Cavaliers who subjected their poor beasts to all manner of depraved practices such as (but not limited to) performing acts of oral lust on the mares and masturbating the stallions in order to anoint themselves in horse spunk.
 

Six_and_a_Half

Lantern Swinger
Shakey, is there perhaps a reason as to why you don't like the cavaliers very much? Maybe you have a secret fantasy of sporting long curly hair and a floppy hat, no? Either that or you are having some very disturbing carnal desires for horses. You beast, you! :lol:
 

Shakey

War Hero
Peter said:
Shakey, is there perhaps a reason as to why you don't like the cavaliers very much?
No, not at all, it's all historical evidence. It's all written down in black and white in a book that I wrote called 'The English Civil War - What Really Went On And All That.'

You can order it online from the publishers, Shakey Press. There might be a slight delay though as they have to print it off on the office printer first when the two and half's not looking and then staple it together for you. State whether you want your book in A4 or A3 format.
 

dondon

MIA
kingoftwigs said:
Shakey said:
Hmmm, I don't remember seeing anything about General Fairfax's Circumcised Regimente Of Foote in the history books. :lol:
Didn't they fight at the battle of Biffins Bridge? :twisted: :lol:

Yep they did that , lol ,
 
Definitely Royalist.

I've always thought that NuLabour were the modern day Roundheads/Puritans.

As represented by an old guy in a brown dustcoat with a club foot, lurching towards you, bellowing "Ye cannae park there!"
 

finknottle

Banned
Shakey said:
Peter said:
The Parliamentarian Roundheads were fundamentalist puritan republican rebels who were formed into an efficient fighting unit (the New Model Army). They were lowly peasants who had to be issued with kit and often fought as infantry. They sported short, cropped hairstyles and wore a standard helmet.
Actually, the New Model Army had loads of cavalry that were stunningly effective. This may be because they weren't worn out by interfering sexually with the horses every night, unlike the Cavaliers who subjected their poor beasts to all manner of depraved practices such as (but not limited to) performing acts of oral lust on the mares and masturbating the stallions in order to anoint themselves in horse spunk.
Where the majority of Cavaliers ex public school boys?
 

RoofRat

War Hero
As soon as you mentioned that the Roundheads were "Fundamentalists", my vote was cast for the Royalists.
Seriously, I am a 100% Monarchist. Can you imagine having Bliar or is like as president? At least with Royalty, people of all political pursuasion's can have a joint head of state.
RoofRat
 

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