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Offline gloriajay

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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #15 on: Thursday, November 24 2011 06:01PM GMT-1 »
The one for Portsmouth is quite good.....
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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #16 on: Thursday, November 24 2011 06:07PM GMT-1 »
I'm worried they're not wearing seatbelts though .... ;)
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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #17 on: Thursday, November 24 2011 06:11PM GMT-1 »
It's not just me then! :laugh:
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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #18 on: Thursday, November 24 2011 06:12PM GMT-1 »
Phew!  Today's is fab though!
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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #19 on: Thursday, November 24 2011 06:17PM GMT-1 »
Today's is the one that made me laugh out loud most so far!   I love the fact they start with The Toastie - I sense a global movement/craze may be starting.... :laugh:

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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #20 on: Thursday, November 24 2011 07:36PM GMT-1 »
We always said that the DVD was like a fitness video....

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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #21 on: Friday, November 25 2011 01:22PM GMT-1 »
I'm glad the lasso made it in - I miss that dance/move!  :laugh:

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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #22 on: Friday, November 25 2011 01:36PM GMT-1 »
Nice to see the Squid back too - haven't seen that one for years!
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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #23 on: Friday, November 25 2011 04:17PM GMT-1 »
Will there be a bellowhead keep fit video on sale in january? ;)
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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #24 on: Friday, November 25 2011 04:23PM GMT-1 »
What a good idea!

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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #25 on: Saturday, November 26 2011 12:00AM GMT-1 »
Now for the fan version: Queue Song a Tour.  ;D

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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #26 on: Saturday, November 26 2011 08:17AM GMT-1 »
I really like the Birkenhead one, although day one is stuck permanently in my head.
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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #27 on: Saturday, November 26 2011 02:14PM GMT-1 »
Now for the fan version: Queue Song a Tour.  ;D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdSwtHXRh0k

Douglas has to take full credit for this! He has just pointed out that you can put up the audio captions - which are completely random (manage to get one or two words right) but the end is very funny

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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #28 on: Saturday, November 26 2011 03:21PM GMT-1 »
I love that! Well done Douglas!
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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #29 on: Saturday, November 26 2011 04:50PM GMT-1 »
Derby, that one made me smile! ;D