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Re: Just When You Thought It Was Safe to Remember the Alphabet
« Reply #10 on: September 10, 2007, 08:03:56 am »
Just When You Thought It Was Safe to Remember the Alphabet

Here's an A to Z Survey you should try. You know you secretly want to, deep down.
 
Appliance:

Blender



Baked Good:

Chocolate Chip Cookies



C artoon Character:

The Road Runner



Drink (alcoholic or non):

Mountain Dew



Elvis Song:

Blue Suede Shoes



Food TV Personality:

Dont Know



G-Rated Movie:

Benji



Holiday Tradition:

Opening one present Christmas Eve



Invention:

Computer



Jackson (1st or last name):

Samuel Jackson



Kool-Aid Flavor:

Kiwi


Lounging Around the House Item:

Over sized Tank Top



Motor Vehicle You Have Owned:

Mazda protege' five



NBC Show of All Time:

Friends



One-Hit Wonder:

Hot Child In the City



Pro Sports Team:

Tampa Bay Bucs



Quiet Time Activity:

taking a nap



Radio Show or Station:

98 Rock


Star Wars Character:

Princess Laya (sp)



Toy (keep it clean):

Monopoly Board Game


Use for the Glovebox:

Keep extra napkins



Vulgar Word:

C word



White Guy:

Jakey G



Xmas Gift of All Time:
Pearl earings


Yellow Thing:

Big Bird



Zoo Animal:

Snake



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Re: Just When You Thought It Was Safe to Remember the Alphabet
« Reply #11 on: September 10, 2007, 08:14:53 am »
Appliance:

Blender

Baked Good:

Cake

C artoon Character:

Homer Simpson

Drink (alcoholic or non):

Malibu

Elvis Song:

Early Morning Rain (just because it's originally by Gordon Lightfoot)

Food TV Personality:

Jamie Oliver

G-Rated Movie:

Huh? What's g-rated? You got a European equivalent?

Holiday Tradition:

Fondue!

Invention:

Wheel

Jackson (1st or last name):

Michael Jackson

Kool-Aid Flavor:

I have never drunk Kool-aid, it's not available in the Netherlands.

Lounging Around the House Item:

Couch

Motor Vehicle You Have Owned:

None

NBC Show of All Time:

Eh?

One-Hit Wonder:

All Eurovision song contest winners apart from Abba

Pro Sports Team:

uh?

Quiet Time Activity:

Writing

Radio Show or Station:

Brokeback Mountain radio!

Star Wars Character:

R2D2

Toy (keep it clean):

Stuffed toys

Use for the Glovebox:

Don't have one

Vulgar Word:

Oksel (Dutch for armpit)

White Guy:

Jake

Xmas Gift of All Time:

Love

Yellow Thing:

Smiley

Zoo Animal:

Elephant.

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Re: Just When You Thought It Was Safe to Remember the Alphabet
« Reply #12 on: September 10, 2007, 09:19:32 am »
Yes, Kerry!! Watched it every Saturday morning! I lived for cartoons. (And Tarzan and Shirley Temple movies.)  ;D

I used to go to the children's matinee every Saturday afternoon. The theatre was in Waterloo Street, Narrabeen. Only a short walk from my house. All the kids in the neighbourhood went.

The program was always very predictable:

* Start with a big, bright, colourful, Terry Toon cartoon. Very exciting! Might Mouse was my favourite. "Here I come to save the daaaaay!"  :laugh:

* Follow with a black and white serial. It was always very exciting and full of action - usually gangsters or cowboys & indians. By this time the kids were so over-excited, they'd be yelling and jumping up and down in the aisles, the usherettes with their torches trying to keep order!  :o

* Intermission and all the kids would get tanked-up on lollies and soft drinks. As if they weren't manic enough already!  ;D

* After Intermission came the main feature, which was usually a bit of a let-down, following the excitement of the pre-Intermission program.  :-\

Looking back, the usherettes must have hated those Saturday matinees!  ::)
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