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    Quote Originally Posted by darren View Post
    is there anything you can do to allow that word ***** mate.
    Do something to the site to allow that word.

    anyway that word would or any other word would not be used in the wrong way on here.
    The Porno spammers might disagree, sadly we do get it from time to time

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    you can always just 'accent' it, that works on most forums... pússy cat

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    People would have to know to accent it, think the best we can do is Herr or I will edit the word with an accent as and when we read the posts

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    I do remember pussycat mince!!! I cant believe so many people remember these tapes but it seems so difficult to find them. Do you remember Zebbidy Zink and I'm a little bumper car? :0) x

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    I'm a little bumper car definitely rings a bell... not sure on Zebbidy Zink? But, i used to listen to them constantly, so it'll be in my memory banks somewhere! x

    I am so hoping someone comes up with something positive on here... i need those tapes now!! :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by suzie View Post
    Hi eyeryone x

    I'm looking for anyone who remembers some old childrens cassettes I am desperately trying to get hold of.

    They came in a boxset, about a4 in height. There were eight tapes inside, one head cleaner with the words "pot of gold" and a picture and then a tape for each day of the week. The outside cover was white with a picture of a rainbow.

    Each tape began with the same song changing for each day of the week "Open your eyes, be wide awake, sit up and listen to Monday's tape". All contained childrens stories, songs and poems and would have been around between the late 70's and early 80's.

    Can anyone help with any further details that may help me track them down?

    Suzie x
    Hello, i've got them. I'm just copying them on to the pc for my little un. email me on mikejdobson@hotmail.com and i'll try and sort you out with a copy.

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    Mike, I would love a copy, and would gladly pay for one! I shall email you in the morning

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    Mike, I have emailed you! I cant believe it, I have been looking for these for years now

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    Quote Originally Posted by suzie View Post
    Hi eyeryone x

    I'm looking for anyone who remembers some old childrens cassettes I am desperately trying to get hold of.

    They came in a boxset, about a4 in height. There were eight tapes inside, one head cleaner with the words "pot of gold" and a picture and then a tape for each day of the week. The outside cover was white with a picture of a rainbow.

    Each tape began with the same song changing for each day of the week "Open your eyes, be wide awake, sit up and listen to Monday's tape". All contained childrens stories, songs and poems and would have been around between the late 70's and early 80's.

    Can anyone help with any further details that may help me track them down?

    Suzie x
    so glad ive found this. i remember them too. the cassettes had a gloworm on them, which i think was the cassette company..!! And I remember zeberdee zink (he grows and he grows)...... "Oats, peas, beans and barley grow" was on there as was "row your boat"....
    At the end of side A of the tape the song would go "open yours eyes STAY wide awake, dont forget side 2 of the tape", and on the end of side B the song was "monday is over tomorrow is near, have your tape ready when tuesday is here"!!

    i kept Thursdays tape until a few years ago, but have since lost it :-(

    would love a copy of them all again.

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    did you ever receive them?

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