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Discussion in 'Friends and Family' started by mango, Jul 19, 2002.

  1. mango

    mango New Member

    G'day Everyone,

    I'm new here.

    Big Fan of the Muppets from way back.

    Also love funky Sesame Street tunes from the early 70's (which I can't find anywhere!!...), The Electric Company, Fraggle Rock, Monty Python and a whole lotta other stuff from that era.

    Cheers, :D

    *mango enters through the back and greets Pops sitting behind the counter, then continues on up the stairs towards backstage... *
  2. furryfella

    furryfella New Member

    Welcome!! :)
  3. Phillip

    Phillip Administrator Staff Member

    Check out Muppet Central Radio for a lot of those classic tunes you are looking for. Welcome!
  4. Luke

    Luke Active Member

    G'day Cobber,

    Your a long time Muppet fan ? Fairdinkum ? Well thats just bonza !!!! Welcome to the forum mate, i'll chuck a king prawn on the barbie for ya !!! :D

    (long time Home & Away viewer now speaking fluent 'Australian Soap')
  5. supertulip

    supertulip New Member

    Hey there from an Aussie in the States :)

    Yay to Luke for chucking a prawn on the barbie rather than a shrimp. I know it was a muppet Prawn, but still :)

    Boy I miss Oz TV, even the soaps, how sad!

  6. Luke

    Luke Active Member

    From what i've seen of Oz TV it's pretty cool while strange.

    We have this Oz programme called 'Hi-5' in the UK and it's basically 5 teens who could probably be in a girl/boy band (complete with smiley faces and tube tops) singing and dancing to funked up nursery ryhmes while the kids do the actions. They have puppets in it too i think.

    Anyway, the whole show is like Nsync with Learning Difficulties !!!
  7. G'day mate, welcome aboard!

    I LOVE YOU!! You're AUSTRALIAN!! :D You rock!! :)
  8. supertulip

    supertulip New Member

    I haven't heard of that show - been away for a while now. Sounds frightening!!!

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