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3rd Apr '16 5:00:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* AffectionateParody: Many of their songs use this trope, and recently they have become subject to one themselves by ArmstrongAndMiller.

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* AffectionateParody: Many of their songs use this trope, and recently they have become subject to one themselves by ArmstrongAndMiller.Series/TheArmstrongAndMillerShow.
14th Feb '15 10:15:23 AM john_e
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* VanityLicensePlate: In "Sounding Brass":
-->My car registration number's 1111 VIP.
9th Dec '14 2:50:58 PM john_e
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* KilledMidSentence: The title character of [[spoiler:"The Ostrich"]].


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* OstrichHeadHiding: The chorus of "The Ostrich".
26th Nov '14 4:27:41 PM Outis
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* ThriftyScot: Possibly the least insulting stereotype used in "A Song of Patriotic Prejudice" (although the word they use is 'cheap').

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* ThriftyScot: Possibly the least insulting stereotype used in "A Song of Patriotic Prejudice" (although the word they use is 'cheap').'mean').
26th Nov '14 4:17:29 PM Outis
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* ListingCities: "Slow Train", which specifically lists British cities whose rail services and lines had been closed by the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beeching_Axe Beeching Axe]] starting in 1963, to cut the heavy financial losses incurred by the UK's railways.

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* ListingCities: "Slow Train", which specifically lists British cities settlements whose rail services and lines had been closed by the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beeching_Axe Beeching Axe]] starting in 1963, to cut the heavy financial losses incurred by the UK's railways.
11th May '14 1:09:03 PM LongLiveHumour
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Michael Flanders and Donald Swann, who co-wrote and performed comic songs in the 1950s and 1960s. Unusually for the time neither performer stood during their shows, Swann being seated at the piano and Flanders confined to a wheelchair by polio (contracted in service during WorldWar2).

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Michael Flanders and Donald Swann, who co-wrote and performed comic songs in the 1950s and 1960s. Unusually for the time neither performer stood during their shows, Swann being seated at the piano and Flanders confined to a wheelchair by polio (contracted in service during WorldWar2).
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26th Nov '13 5:11:51 AM MiaButerflie
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*BilingualBonus: "Je suis le Tenebreux" sung by Swann, is a genuinely moving French poem set to music with none of the comedy that the performance implied from the reaction to the line "I think translation rather spoils it."
11th Sep '13 4:02:59 PM john_e
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* AllAreEqualInDeath: "Twenty Tons of TNT"
2nd Aug '13 12:51:28 PM saccharissa
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* HereWeGoAgain: "The Gasman Cometh"

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* HereWeGoAgain: "The Gasman Cometh"Cometh" and "A Song of the Weather"
12th Jun '13 3:20:43 PM john_e
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* TheBore: "[[PunBasedTitle The Boar]]"
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