His hors weren goode, but he was nat gay;

from Geoffrey Chaucer – The Canterbury Tales (General Prologue) on Rap Genius


(= His horse was good, but it wasn’t flashy)

The Knight’s horse perfectly matches his owner: effective, but not blingy.

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