People Getting Stabbed In Medieval Art Who Just Don’t Give a Damn

Medieval manuscripts were the imageboards of their day, full of murderous illustrations, however for some strange reason many people look as if they were bored with life anyway and their killer did them a service. Scroll down to see the funniest examples of medieval art where people are getting stabbed but just don’t give a damn.

He doesn't mind getting stabbed.


He doesn't mind being killed.

He's OK with being killed.


He doesn't mind being killed.

They don't mind being killed.

Not a single man in this battle mind being killed.

He doesn't mind being stabbed/

She doesn't mind getting stabbed.

Don't worry, she doesn't mind.

He just don't care about being murdered.

He just doesn't mind being killed.

They just don't mind being killed.

He doesn't mind being turned into an xBox.

He just doesn't mind being murdered.

He doesn't really mind being stabbed.



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  1. jmuhj July 27, 2019

    The face of the stabber in Pic #10!

  2. Anonymous September 2, 2019

    Some of these artists could only do one face.

  3. Possum September 5, 2019

    Now days they do it with the internet , so don’t have to look at you while doing it

  4. Anonymous September 12, 2019

    A lot of these look like the swords/knives have been drawn in later by another artist.

  5. Hormel Chavez October 26, 2019

    Bad artists and painters being influenced to show stoicism in death because it advances the word of God (all gods).

  6. The Phantom October 29, 2019

    Hi, it’s me, “The Phantom.” Let’s get back to lame human rights and “Geneva Act” and UN. They’re all lousy. Lousy, I tell ya. We need to get back to the days where you could execute hundreds of Saracens for sitting on the Holy Land and be declared a saint. And then get stabbed while smiling. Them’s were the days. These days when you go around trying to mow down people in a church, it’s all “GENEVA ACT!”

  7. jkjkj November 1, 2019

    It’s because of the low grade drawing skill

  8. Earache November 5, 2019

    They can’t be Photoshopped as Photoshop hadn’t been invented back then.

  9. Patrick November 11, 2019

    Maybe the swords are metaphors.

  10. me November 12, 2019

    where is the 1st one from

  11. Anonymous November 27, 2019

    Priest with the knife in his head is St. Peter of Verona, the woman with the sword through her neck is St. Lucy, and the bishop with the four soldiers stabbing him in the head while he is kneeling at prayer is St. Thomas a Becket.

    Not 100% sure on the rest.

  12. Storkuken December 17, 2019

    The first one is Reinmar von Brennenberg. Been trying to find the source for months and just did. :)

  13. Kevin Neher January 31, 2020

    Perhaps it is a celebration of the person, and showing the manner in which they died. Spanning time. Like dude was a pleasant chap, but he got stabbed.

  14. Lbugg65 March 3, 2020

    OMFG This made my day! Thanks for all the wonderful comments. St. Abbey Stabby. Love that one! It is Art, for Art’s Sake!

  15. coolboi June 1, 2020

    this is messed up

  16. Anonymous August 29, 2020

    Can I get these pics framed… or only on canvas?

  17. R November 13, 2020

    The second one looks like a medieval version of the “Guess I’ll die” meme XD

  18. Anonymous November 18, 2020

    This is my new favorite page on the internet

  19. Beetle the SilkWing November 18, 2020

    They simply do not care do they

  20. Talladega November 24, 2020

    I feel like the swords and knives are just held in a way that it looks like people are stabbing each other

  21. Talladega November 24, 2020

    And also it looks like the guy getting stabbed in the last pic is doing some sort of weird dance.

  22. Beetle the SilkWing December 12, 2020

    “Look at that. I’ve been impaled.”

  23. Jack April 20, 2021

    The final one is king eglon being killed by Ehud. See Judges 3

  24. Totally not Talladega June 8, 2021

    These guys are too busy praying to be worried that they are freaking getting stabbed by claymores and daggers

  25. Anonymous October 1, 2021

    Is it depicting some sort of “with #deity’s grace, saints at prayer can rise above all griefs of the physical world — they feel no pain! Visit your local recruitment office today to find out how!!” propaganda campaign?

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