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Love it or hate it
Mexicanrugby (IP Logged)
11 October, 2018 17:10
You put your left paw in,
Your left paw out,
In out in out,
Shake it all about,
Do the Hokey Cokey,
Then you turn around,
That's what it's all about

Oooooh Hokey Cokey,
Ooooooh Hokey Cokey,
Oooooooh Hokey Cokey,
Knees bent paws out,
Rah rah rah

 
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inatthebreakdown (IP Logged)
11 October, 2018 17:14
Insightful stuff. Loving your work.

 
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Big Dave (IP Logged)
11 October, 2018 18:46
Shakespearian

 
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Gray_Lensman (IP Logged)
11 October, 2018 19:07
Shakesbearian

 
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Big Dave (IP Logged)
11 October, 2018 19:46
Exit, stage left, pursued by...

 
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Rich. (IP Logged)
12 October, 2018 07:22
Was that a rhetorical question? I'm sure even for the biggest lover of the new Bears brand the answer is a nil point I'm afraid.

 
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Purpendicular (IP Logged)
12 October, 2018 07:24
Quote:
Big Dave
Exit, stage left, pursued by...

If it's Shakespeare it's "Exeunt" not exit!

 
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Gray_Lensman (IP Logged)
12 October, 2018 07:42
It says 'Exit' in my copy of The Winter's Tale.

 
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Peter_B (IP Logged)
12 October, 2018 08:14
Exeunt is normally if it’s more than one person



Peter

C'mon you Bristol Boys!

 
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robtheh (IP Logged)
12 October, 2018 08:19
I believe the line is “Exit, pursued by a bear”
However the rest of the play uses exeunt to end each scene.

 
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Gray_Lensman (IP Logged)
12 October, 2018 08:24
Well that's because it's plural.

 
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Rich. (IP Logged)
12 October, 2018 09:52
Maybe 'Exit stage left a man with a beard' actually contains a mis-spelling.

 
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Bris Bob (IP Logged)
12 October, 2018 09:54
Oh yes get it recorded with accompanied film of squad dance in Bear suits with Steve L leading the moves!

 
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Peter D (IP Logged)
12 October, 2018 11:09
Exit(he/she leaves) if it's one person. Exeunt (they leave) if it's two or more.

 
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Peter_B (IP Logged)
12 October, 2018 14:23
Scenes were usually de-lineated in Shakespeare’s day by entrances and exits.



Peter

C'mon you Bristol Boys!

 
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Bristol Bald Eagle (IP Logged)
12 October, 2018 16:56
"Enter Cleopatra from the rear" was always my favourite when doing Eng Lit A level.

 
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Old Bristolian (IP Logged)
12 October, 2018 21:34
In answer to the original question, hate it. For all our sakes, stop now. Please.

 
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Purpendicular (IP Logged)
14 October, 2018 07:19
I stand corrected but "Mexican Rugby" may be a nom de plume for a couple!?


(have i used nom de plume correctly?)


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