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    Re: Playground /school Songs!

    The one I remember from primary school was:

    In 1976
    The Queen pulled down her knicks
    She licked her bum
    And said 'Yum yum,
    It's better than Weetabix!'
  2. Thread: Jotters.

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    Re: Jotters.

    We had rough books in secondary school - I remember they had orange covers, and yes, really poor quality paper. I filled mine with doodles. Could only use pencil or biro to write in it, if you used a...
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    RIP Albert Uderzo

    Albert Uderzo, illustrator and co-creator of Asterix, has died aged 92. :cry:

    And for me, a light has gone out. Rest in peace, sir. I hope that wherever you are tonight, a feast has been prepared...
  4. Thread: RIP Kenny Rogers

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    Re: RIP Kenny Rogers

    Another one of the greats gone. RIP Mr. Rodgers, I loved your music.
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    Re: RIP Terry Jones of Monty Python fame

    So dreadfully sad. I wrote him a fan letter 30 years ago, and he sent me a signed photo. And I was lucky enough to meet him at a couple of events, and he was the sweetest man.

    RIP Terry. A light...
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    Re: RIP Neil Innes (1944-2019)

    I can't believe this. He was one of my heroes. Met him a few times and he was just a lovely man.

    RIP Neil, I will be raising a glass to you tonight.
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    Re: Favourite Americans actors and actresses 70,s-90s

    Alan Alda as Hawkeye Pierce in M*A*S*H. He was my first crush, and I still think he's gorgeous.
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    Re: Fav radio and tv DJ

    I love Brian Matthew! Radio 2 isn't the same without him.
  9. Re: Anyone remember what the paraffin man's vehicle looked like 1970s?

    Sorry to bump an old thread, but Oh my god, someone else remembers Pinkie Pongo!! There was a cartoon decal of him on the pump at the petrol station near my house when I was tiny, he used to...
  10. Re: Anyone remember what the paraffin man's vehicle looked like 1970s?

    Sorry to bump an old thread, but Oh my god, someone else remembers Pinkie Pongo!! There was a cartoon decal of him on the pump at the petrol station near my house when I was tiny, he used to...
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    Re: RIP Freddie Jones

    I know this is awfully late, but I watched the film 'Erik The Viking' again the other day, and I'd forgotten that Freddie Jones played Harald Missionary - a Christian missionary who'd never made a...
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    Re: Public information Films

    Does anyone remember a PIF maybe from the late '70s, opening on a beach, where a voiceover says something like 'some time ago, a little girl ran down to the sea. Now she is dead.' I seem to remember...
  13. Thread: Deputy dawg

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    Re: Deputy dawg

    *coffee on monitor* :)
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    Re: Fav radio and tv DJ

    I used to love Ray Moore on Radio 2 in the '80s! "Oh, my father had a rabbit and he thought it was a duck, so he stuck it on the table with its legs cocked up..."
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    Re: The Seekers and Judith Durham

    Ah, one of the only two songs I can play on the ukulele!
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    Re: Adverts that terrified you as a kid

    There used to be a '70s advert for toothpaste, or regular dental visits, something like that, with cartoon jungle animals - the lion with the throbbing tooth used to scare the hell out of me!
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    Re: Favourite cartoons as a kid

    Scooby Doo (but NOT Scrappy!!)
    Touche Turtle
    Top Cat
    The Flintstones
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    Re: Ads That Stick in Your Mind But You Can't Find

    I seem to remember an advert, might have been for heating/insulation, in the '70s, featuring little creatures called 'Invisible Invaders'. They looked like little ghosts and carried bags marked...
  19. Thread: Eddie Braben

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    Re: Eddie Braben

    RIP Mr. Braben. Thank you for the many laughs.
  20. Thread: Jon pertwee.

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    Re: Jon pertwee.

    *mental image that I now can't get rid of* :)
  21. Thread: Margret Thatcher

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    Re: Margret Thatcher

    Didn't like her politics, but admired her strength. RIP Maggie.
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    Re: Perfumes in the 1970s !

    My mother used to wear It, from Lentheric.
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    Re: James Herbert: RIP (1943-2013)

    I've seen him interviewed, and he came across as a genuinely nice and sincere man. He'll be missed.
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    Re: T shirt / sweatshirt slogans

    I had an "I love JR" t shirt that I wore to rags.
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    Re: Things you used to play on at the park

    My local park had one of these boats!! You could either sit inside it or on one of the ends, which had strange little periscope type things on them (painted red/blue) to hold on to. I used to love...
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