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    (Original post by Xenon)
    Before I left school last year, me and my friends did a list of wthings, people... who have suddenly disappeared, or who I haven't heard about for ages. I thought I'd post this list.

    People or pop groups
    North and South
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    (Original post by blissy)
    But they were cool. And I was 8. :mad:
    That's no excuse
    I always liked the way Zack turned to camera aswell whenever he wanted to make a comment
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    (Original post by Baron Huntroyde)
    :eek: No Sweat!
    I used to love that programme.
    How could I have forgotten Happy Days!
    "Sunday, monday, happy days, tuesday, wednesday, happy days, thursday, friday, happy days. Saturday, what a day (forgot the last words)"
    I used to love the song for California dreams (and fancied the guy who played Mark)
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    what was that programme in the holidays where they did different things each day (was it how to or something like that?) and it was on a canal boat or something... it was really good then it went bad, oh and it was presented by about 8 kids.

    lou xxx
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    (Original post by lou p lou)
    what was that programme in the holidays where they did different things each day (was it how to or something like that?) and it was on a canal boat or something... it was really good then it went bad, oh and it was presented by about 8 kids.

    lou xxx
    Sounds a bit like "why don't you"

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/cult/ilove/tv/t...ydontyou.shtml
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    And that link reminded me of 2 other shows from my childhood:

    Box of Delights (weirdest show ever)
    and Dr Who....scared me so much

    oh and Worzel Gummidge
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    (Original post by Pencil Queen)
    Sounds a bit like "why don't you"

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/cult/ilove/tv/t...ydontyou.shtml
    yeh that's it! it was to give kids ideas for the holidays or something.

    and how many people made the original tracey island on blue peter?

    lou xxx
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    (Original post by lou p lou)
    what was that programme in the holidays where they did different things each day (was it how to or something like that?) and it was on a canal boat or something... it was really good then it went bad, oh and it was presented by about 8 kids.

    lou xxx
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    (Original post by lou p lou)
    yeh that's it! it was to give kids ideas for the holidays or something.

    and how many people made the original tracey island on blue peter?

    lou xxx
    I was too old for blue peter when the tracey island thing happened
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    omg i just found the thing for jim'll fix it! wooo!

    did anyone actually write to him? if so what for

    lou xxx
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    THAT SOUNDS familiar... im sure i liked it.. but i cant remember what its about
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    (Original post by lou p lou)
    omg i just found the thing for jim'll fix it! wooo!

    did anyone actually write to him? if so what for

    lou xxx
    When I was 4 I wrote to him in all sincerity asking for a slave to carry my pyjamas back up stairs after getting dressed in the morning.

    It's so nice to look back and know that at one point in my life carrying my pyjamas up stairs was the very worst part of my life
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    (Original post by Pencil Queen)
    When I was 4 I wrote to him in all sincerity asking for a slave to carry my pyjamas back up stairs after getting dressed in the morning.

    It's so nice to look back and know that at one point in my life carrying my pyjamas up stairs was the very worst part of my life
    how strange? you got dressed downstairs,

    when i was younger my mum always used to moan that i never shut the drawers in my room... my brother still doesn't :rolleyes:

    lou xxx
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    no i do remember that, but it was why don't you i was thinking of- i asked my mum.

    lou xxx
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    (Original post by lou p lou)
    how strange? you got dressed downstairs,

    when i was younger my mum always used to moan that i never shut the drawers in my room... my brother still doesn't :rolleyes:

    lou xxx
    We got dressed downstairs for quite a while - especially during winter as there wasn't any central heating and the best fire was in the front room, plus neither of our bedrooms were really big enough for two bouncing pre-pubescents bowls of porridge and a frantic mother
 
 
 
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