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Trojan Rabbit Cufflinks Perfect for Python Pformals

by Paul Strauss
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Any fan of Monty Python’s Holy Grail will fondly remember the classic trojan rabbit scene. You know, the one where the knights decide to sneak inside the French castle by offering them a gift of a giant wooden rabbit – but forgetting to get inside. Now you can wear a constant reminder of this hilarious scene with these excellent Trojan rabbit cufflinks.

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They’re handmade by UK jewelry artist Chris Parry, and cast from sterling silver. They’re a perfect replica of the goofy looking wooden bunny/house on wheels, and will look awesome on any dress shirt, or perhaps with some medieval chain mail. The good news is that you know no tiny knights will sneak into your home if you buy them, since they’d be too stupid to remember to get inside.

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If you just have to have them or if you’re looking for un cadeau (you know a present) for that Python fan in your life, you can order a pair over at Etsy for £160 (~$258 USD).

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