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Old 12-05-2013, 07:20 PM   #51
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Too much honesty, Ogg. Although I do recall the late Frank Muir telling a long and involved story about going to extraordinary lengths to get the perfect packet of tea for his wife, Polly. The tea he sought was Honour’s Tea, because, as he explained: ‘Honour’s Tea is the best, Polly. See?’
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Well, it might only be speculation, but I'd be careful of the Windmill Cookies.
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They do strange things to the digestion, or so I have heard.
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The girls at the Windmill Theatre used to do strange things to other parts of men's bodies...
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Au Moulin Rouge, aussi, Og...
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Here on the other side of the pond, we spell that 'horsey', Tio.
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"Horsey?" Why Sam, that's as Crazy as the Moulin Rouge!

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"Horsey?" Why Sam, that's as Crazy as the Moulin Rouge!

I prefer that other Lydia of song...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4zRe_wvJw8

I couldn't think of something for Crazy Horse (wasn't there an Indian chief of that name?), so I'll nominate this bit of 'film' music [I love this].
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Freight train, freight train, going so fast...
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Freight train, freight train, going so fast...
Nancy Whiskey http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QoKkXDPGmw

and Skiffle http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6voQhEcWM7M

and The Vipers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27n8PFfKsc4

The Vipers were one of the most academic skiffle groups. They went on to distinguished careers, not in music. As a music critic described them in 1957 "Three Sodding Chords! They make money with three sodding chords!".

The Vipers were responsible for Og being part of a short-lived skiffle group with Og on the tea chest Bass. Short-lived? None of us had any musical talent - we had even less than The Vipers.
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The Vipers were one of the most academic skiffle groups. They went on to distinguished careers, not in music. As a music critic described them in 1957 "Three Sodding Chords! They make money with three sodding chords!".

The Vipers were responsible for Og being part of a short-lived skiffle group with Og on the tea chest Bass. Short-lived? None of us had any musical talent - we had even less than The Vipers.
Freight Train ?

Remember the Runaway Train, anyone ?
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Remember the Runaway Train, anyone ?
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