There are those who know how to Suffer. And there are those who do not know how not to Suffer. There are those who look pain in the face and laugh. There are those who can’t look pain in the face because pain is too scared to look up from the pounding it’s getting. Yes, there are Sufferlandrians. And then there are Knights of Sufferlandria.To be awarded the highest honour accorded by the Sufferlandrian Ministry of Madness, one must simply do 10 Sufferfest videos, back-to-back.
All Knights of Sufferlandria are a special breed of twisted individuals. Here, we are going to discuss Knight Etiquette real quick. Those that complete a Knighthood Quest receive the prestigious honor of being called a Knight Of Sufferlandra and are offered a discount on the Knight's Of Sufferlandria Cycling Kit.
Yes, the Kit sells for 1 million USD unless you are a Knight.
1. Only a person who has completed the Knighthood quest is authorized to wear the Knight's Kit. (Unless you paid One Million Dollars, then we might give that money to a charity).
2. Both Male and Females are Called "Knights" of Sufferlandria. This confuses people sometimes. Calling someone a Dame of Sufferlandria is on Offense to the Knighthood. Let's talk about how that works real quick.
All Knights of Sufferlandria are referred to as "Knights". However, when referring to an individual in the first person, you would call a Male Knight "Sir Aaron Johnson" or a Female Knight "Dame Erin Johnson."
Here are a few examples so we don't mess this up:
-A group of Female Knights are lining up to race. Someone says, "Those Dames of Sufferlandria are going to kick some serious Ass today!" That would be incorrect. They are not a group of Dames, they are Knights of Sufferlandria who will beat people down with their courage.
-When in doubt, replace the word "Dame" with the word "Sir" before you say it. If it sounds incorrect, you are probably doing it wrong.
-A Female Knight is seen off in the distance laying waist to a bunch of Couchlandrians, someone turns to you and asks who that is. You say, "That is Dame Johnson, who is a Knight of Sufferlandria!" That is all correct use of Etiquette.
3. All Knights in the Knight's Facebook page are required to address each other formally. We do not implement these rules outside of the Knight's Facebook page. However, it is proper etiquette to address a Knight formally when the occasion is appropriate.