Biggus Dickus

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His dickus was biggus

~ Captain Obvious
Biggus Dickus as portrayed by Laurence Olivier in the historical film The Life Of Christ

Biggus Dickus ( 2AD - 70AD ) was a notable Roman legate during the reign of Emperor Tiberius and a close friend of Pontius Pilate. He is possibly best-known to modern scholars for his famous speeches outside the senate house in Rome, known as the "Biggus Dickus Ejaculationus". He was also notably present in the Roman province of Judea around the time of Jesus Christ. His wife was Incontinentia Buttocks.

Early life[edit]

Born into a middle-class family in Italy, the young Dickus soon made himself stand-proud from his fellows with his good looks and proud, tall bearing. In his youth, he took the curious fashion decision to shave all the hair on his head off every morning and the "gleaming, shiny head" of Biggus Dickus became a sensation in the streets of the city.

He soon insinuated himself with friends of the Emperor Augustus and there were rumours in Roman society that some of Augustus's freedmen had made Biggus their catamite. Indeed, one such man Sextus Maximus had been heard to say that he craved Biggus Dickus. Augustus himself is said to have been not so keen on the young man and, indeed, there were rumours shortly after the Emperor's death that the old man had, in fact, been murdered and that Biggus had been actively involved. His father denied this, however, saying that it was unthinkable that the emperor would have been run-through by a Dickus.

Military life[edit]

Dickus' fortunes improved under the reign of Augustus's successor, Tiberius, who made him a centurion and sent him to Britain as part of the Emperor's plan to annex the island to the Empire so the Romans could acquire Britain's greatest treasure: collectors' edition box sets of Benny Hill. Following a successful battle against a major British tribe, Dickus personally met with their leader, Warmix Beerix, to arrange the terms of their surrender. However, when Dickus approached Beerix the barbarian let-fly with a torrent of abuse about Rome and the emperor in very crude and guttural latin. Dickus was appalled and slapped the barbarian hard across his rough face. The historian Pliny the Middling describes what followed:

Warmix Beerix hides in Stonehenge as he attempts to at least cut a bit of Biggus Dickus down to size.

The barbarian chief was most shocked to be slapped across the face by Biggus Dickus and at first laughed at what he perceived as the arrogance of the Romans but when Dickus slapped him again he became enraged and attempted to wrestle with Dickus, grasping him around the trunk. However, the centurion was stronger and the barbarian was eventually overcome and the remains of the British army were forced to watch their proud, manly chief as he was made to submit to Biggus Dickus. Once defeated, the British chief became a pathetic figure and Dickus found him so contemptable that he spat upon him.

~ Pliny

The tribe was subdued and Biggus made preparations for a full invasion of the island. However, he was recalled to Rome due to Tiberius complaining that he "missed having a Biggus Dickus in my court" and the annexation of Britain was postponed once again. Dickus was sad to be leaving the troops under his command and big them farewell "For the last five years, I know you have loved and served Biggus Dickus and you have made him proud."

Legate and the East[edit]

But it sure looks so good to me, so right; it would feel so good in me... tonight. Can't take my eyes away from your big Roman phallus - It looks so good to me; why don't you stay a while! ( help me out, Phyllis, translate this in Classical Latin for me )

~ Tamia on the Biggus Dickus of Biggus Dickus

NO Tamia - ( and quit changing my lyrics into perverted spoofs, too! )

~ Phyllis Hyman on Tamia

Biggus was promoted to legate by Tiberiuss who sent him to the province of Judea in order to help Pontius Pilate in his troubles with the local Jews. Around this time Jesus Christ was making a name for himself as a rabbi with attitude and felt that the Romans, although an occupier, were potential friends to his new religion. He tried without success to convert various officials including Pilate. When he heard of the arrival of Biggus Dickus he felt that the new legate was another potential friend.

Ever Heard of Saint Biggus Dickus ?[edit]

'Will Jesus allow a big cocky Roman become a Christian ?' Biggus Dickus asks the question that has always troubled converts.

According to the serially unreliable Greco-Roman historian - and part time wrestler 'Agrippa the Grappler' - Biggus became a Christian convert after sharing a curry with Jesus. He lost his lisp and devoted his life to the Church. He gave up his gaudy armour and glittering clothes and adopted the 'Slept on a Park Bench' look of Saint Peter. Biggus then became known as 'The Enforcer' and was an important converter of pagans and jews. Threats to 'twist your neck off scum' and 'You still want to be able to walk to the Lavatorium for a shit ?' frightened many into joining the Christians.

Now with all this going on - Biggus Dickus should have at least like Pilate go the chance to be a saint. But unfortunately all the relevant paper work was lost in the siege of Jerusalem. The Jewish writer Josephus mentions a 'Biggus' in his work 'Diary of a Turncoat' but whether he is mentioning something personal or to the Roman Biggus Dickus is unknown. Other writers are sure Biggus in fact returned to Rome and died in the arms of his true lover - himself.