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Discussion in 'Muppet Merchandise' started by beaker, Jun 5, 2002.

  1. towels

    towels New Member

    *member dance, member dance*
    Now back to your previously scheduled silliness!
  2. Blind Pew

    Blind Pew New Member

    I wanna do the member dance!
  3. towels

    towels New Member

    Five more posts Blind Pew! You're almost there!
  4. Blind Pew

    Blind Pew New Member

    Make that four!!
  5. And for the Discovery Channel's documentary on a newly-found wildbird the color of "cornflower" (thank you, Crayola):

    "Bear and The Big Blue Grouse"
  6. Blind Pew

    Blind Pew New Member

    That's a creative one! I dig it :)
  7. Thanks. :) I write song parodies in my spare time, so I just love butcherin' up titles, lol. :D

  8. towels

    towels New Member

    *phew* I was having real trouble trying to figure out what to do with Grouse. Partly because I couldn't remember what it meant, and I was too lazy to type in dictionary.com
    (how sad is that? Back when I was in school we used to have to use actual dictionaries that had pages so you were always in danger of getting the dreaded paper cut! )
  9. lol...

    Grouse can also mean like "pout" (especially over there in jolly ol' England, according to book 2 of "The Chronicles of Narnia"...anyway...), so we could also have a movie about a big bear with a big pout:

    "Bear and The Big Mean Grouse"

    (unless we wanna make it about a big guinea-bird with a nasty attitude, which actually sounds more entertaining now...)

    Peter: "Oh Susan do stop grousing."

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