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 become a Knight of Sufferlandria, the highest honor accorded by the Sufferlandrian Ministry of Madness, one must simply do 10 Sufferfest videos, back-to-back. And there you have it: you’re a Knight.
Rules for a Knight of Sufferlandria attempt:
- Please see a doctor. You’re not right and are in desperate need of help.
- You must do 10 Sufferfest videos, back-to-back. You can do them in any order you like. You may not do any video more than once. You may NOT include the following videos in your selection: Extra Shot or The Long Scream.
- You may rest 10 minutes between videos. No more. But less is fine.
- You must publicly record the event somehow – power files, photos, Facebook posts and tweets. You should post them on our Facebook page as you’re going through the Knighthood and when you finish!
- You really should, although its not at all necessary, try to raise money for a good cause.
What do you get in return for your attempt?
- The immense satisfaction of having done something truly incredible and awe-inspiring and a little bit mad.
- A nice(ish) certificate with your name and the designation of
- An invitation to join the *very**exclusive* Knights of Sufferlandria Facebook group.
- We will verily then address your honourable self as Sir or Dame, whatever the case may be, from thence forward.
If you are considering this GLORIOUS challenge, read what Sir. Webb Brightwell when through on his challenge. You’ll find his review of his attempt here >>
Current Knights of Sufferlandria
- Sir Conehead (Darren Roberts)
- Sir Ken Moselle (USA)
- Dame Liz Johns (UK)
- Sir Griffin Schwartz (Quebec, Canada)
- Sir Jibby (UK)
- Sir Steve Taylor
- Dame Mariah P. LeBlanc (Mittlebrunn, Germany)
- Sir Dave Ruff (Hagerstown, MD, USA)
- Dame Sue Fahey (Hagerstown, MD, USA)
- Sir Dan Greenwald (Hagerstown, MD, USA)
- Sir Anthony Lee (Galion, OH, USA)
- Dame Carla Schubiger (Glarus, Switzerland)
- Sir Jonas Evaldsson (Karlstad, Sweden)
- Sir Anders Kvarnlöf (Karlstad, Sweden)
- Sir Peter Gustafsson (Karlstad, Sweden)
- Sir Olof Solberg (Karlstad, Sweden)
- Sir Marcus Jonsson (Karlstad, Sweden)
- Dame Ida Svensson (Karlstad, Sweden)
- Sir Ray Brothers (Concord, NH, USA)
- Sir David Triska (UK)
- Sir David Juarez (CA, USA)
- Sir Chris Wenger (Kamloops, BC, Canada)
- Dame Adrienne Taren (PA, USA)
- Sir Nicholas Dickson (USA)
- Sir John Parkin (UK)
- Sir Ben Stuart (USA)
- Sir Craig Anible (USA)
- Sir Rich Worth (USA)
- Sir Nigel Brockton (U.K. – Resident of Calgary, Canada)
- Sir Martin Dodd (Australia – Resident of Calgary, Canada)
- Sir Steve Manning (Calgary, Canada)
- Sir Michael Cox (UK)
- Sir Webb Brightwell (USA)
- Sir Neil Pedoe (UK)
- Sir Scott Nuelken (Columbia, SC, USA)
- Sir Mark Cassell (Atlanta, GA, USA)
- Dame Alissa Schubert (Schwanebeck, Germany)
- Dame Antje Schubert (Schwanebeck. Germany)
- Sir Torsten Schubert (Schwanebeck, Germany)
- Sir Veiko Schultz (Limberg, Germany)
- Sir Stephan Sommer (Berlin, Germany)
- Dame Jessie El-Farram (St. Catherines, Ont, Canada)
- Sir Glen Hawley (St. Catherines, Ont, Canada)
- Sir Johnny Hipwell (St. Catherines, Ont, Canada)
- Sir Kyle Rempel (St. Catherines, Ont, Canada)
- Sir Andrew Colin Keith (Brighton, QLD, Australia)
Are you next?