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Offline penandink

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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #30 on: Saturday, November 26 2011 10:28PM GMT-1 »
Toastie is good, I can't deny.
Lincoln had Rachel and mention of parsnips though, so it gets second place.
But 'Day One On The Bus' has not left me since...day one!
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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #31 on: Friday, December 9 2011 05:42PM GMT-1 »
Just been watching them again. I think the keep fit one is my new favorite.
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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #32 on: Sunday, December 18 2011 02:53AM GMT-1 »
There's a new one up on YouTube - the "making of" complete with out-takes. Hilarious! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rKmv7N3h4k
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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #33 on: Sunday, December 18 2011 09:19AM GMT-1 »
There's a new one up on YouTube - the "making of" complete with out-takes. Hilarious! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rKmv7N3h4k

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Re: A bus song a day
« Reply #34 on: Sunday, December 18 2011 09:50AM GMT-1 »
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