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Sesame Street films

Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by mikebennidict, Mar 5, 2004.

  1. heralde

    heralde Well-Known Member

    I think that's a much more realistic example of the way a child's mind works, rather than that "sick" equals "poisonous." :)
     
  2. MeWantCookie

    MeWantCookie Member

    I didn't like lemon-flavored foods when I was younger anyway (because they were too sour for me) so even if the song had told me not to eat them I would have stayed away from them anyway...even now I wouldn't eat a raw lemon because it just doesn't seem very appetizing ;)
     
  3. mikebennidict

    mikebennidict New Member

  4. Guardian Bob

    Guardian Bob Well-Known Member

    OMG I remember that. There was a Sonic the Hedgehog episode that reminds me of it, "Slowwww Going".

    Grab a Coca-Cola or ten and sing along:

    "SAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVE YOOOOOOOOOOOOOU *i don't know what he's saying here* SLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOTH! OH NO, I'M STAFFORD!"

    XD

    But really, I wanna see that skit again. It was on the Star Wars episode.
     

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