Friday, September 14, 2018

Funny Friday

I am often surprised at how many years I have known some blog people. Some I have known for more than ten years.

I walked past a wallpaper shop last week and I was reminded of this clip. I posted it in 2013 and I just rewatched the clip and I laughed just as much this time as I did last time. Some of you will remember it, I am sure. Be aware it is not a first class visual or audio piece.

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  1. First time seeing this for me.

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    1. Damned with faint comment Sandra?

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  2. Fun - but not for me. I did like the audience reaction though.

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    1. EC, not what you said the last time I posted the clip. :-P

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    2. I must have had a jaundiced day. Sorry.

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  3. First time! Fun, fun, fun!

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  4. The buildings suggest it was filmed out here! Very good.

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    1. Cro, you mean France? Could be. The setting does not look terribly English.

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    2. The edging to the roof is very French.

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  5. I'd forgotten about that one, it's still funny though I still wonder how anyone could miss a piano sized lump under the paper.

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    1. River, I was waiting for outrage from cat lovers about father cutting off the cat ears.

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  6. First time seeing it, lol. Have a nice weekend Andrew

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  7. Oh that's a good one

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  8. Hope We Cross Paths Someday In The Future. I Sure Do Enjoy Reading Your Thoughts And Insights. Enjoy Your Weekend And Thanx For Being You.

    Cheers

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    1. Cheers Padre. That's nice.

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  9. That was so much fun Andrew, loved the lady taking the video laughing throughout 😀😀

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    1. Grace, and she missed the water/confetti at the end.

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  10. Not seen this one before but it is very funny.
    Merle..............

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    1. Glad you liked it Merle. Cheers the day, hey.

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