... Is listening to a clanger faking an orgasm.
And just to clear it up, this is what I mean by a clanger:
22 Nov 2006 18:50
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I could be wrong, but isn’t a clanger a piece of dried up poop that’s clinging to an arse-hair?
22 Nov 2006, 20:40
Nope, a clanger is a small pink mouse–like creature that used to feature in a popular kids TV program when we were all youngsters. It sounded much like a swanee whistle.
I’ve edited the post to include a picture.
22 Nov 2006, 22:45
It was a swanee whistle.
Could it have been “When Harry Met Sally” as performed by the “I’m sorry I haven’t a clue” team?
23 Nov 2006, 00:21
Applause! Congratulations! Brownie Points!
Yes, it was indeed.
23 Nov 2006, 07:35
23 Nov 2006, 11:44
I’ll send you a chocolate bar if you really really want a prize :)
23 Nov 2006, 16:50
Wait a minute… the only think I vaguely remember from my childhood that even resembles that pink monstrosity, are the Wombles of Wimbledon!
Now I grew up on the good stuff, He-man, Teenage Mutant Hero (up yours censorship!) Turtles, My Little… I mean Transformers, Thundercats and She-Ra. I mean GI-Joe.
None of these clanger misfits :@ Gordon the Gopher was cool though. I always suspected Phillip Schofield wanted to be more than just friends…
23 Nov 2006, 18:01
The Clangers were great! And a prime example of how sexual innuendo got past everybody in those days – remember the soup dragon!
23 Nov 2006, 18:40
Yes, chocolate please.
Hang on – it was Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles before the PC lot got in there.
Aaaaaaaaaaand Soup Dragon… Elsie her name was. What’s rude about that?
23 Nov 2006, 23:29
What was it’s name? If it has one, of course
24 Nov 2006, 07:16
I’ve got a swanee whistle. They rock. As do the clangers and pretty much all children’s programmes!
24 Nov 2006, 09:14
Ah, Clangers, Wombles, Bagpuss…
And of course the Turtles, Thundercats, Count Duckula…
Gordon and Phillip were definitely having a gay love affair in the closet, as were Bert and Ernie from Sesame Street.
You’re getting me all nostalgic now!
And Gavin, where do I send the chocolate to?
24 Nov 2006, 10:56
I was talking to someone yesterday and mentioned these blogs. She said “whats a blog” so I tried to explain the sort of thing that goes on. She said “it sounds like a competition to see who can be the maddest.” and I said ” Yes, that pretty much sums it up.”
24 Nov 2006, 11:17
Aha! No way, you’re not getting me that way. Send virtual chocolate if you must.
24 Nov 2006, 12:16
Right, what kind of virtual chocolate? Is Dairy Milk ok?
[One dairy milk bar wings its way across the virtual plane to Gavin…]
24 Nov 2006, 14:55
I’ve been trying to find a download of this for ages – I hurt from laughing after I heard this using the BBC player.
Any ideas where it can be found?
07 Jan 2007, 23:16
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