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Bubbles-O-Gram

With thanks to Little Britain
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Like a gorilla-gram, but with Bubbles, from the comedy show Little Britain. A man dresses up like Bubbles, goes to his victims house, and 'performs' for the unfortunant bloke (preferably in front of friends/ relatives for that *extra* effect...).

I'd really like one of these for my brothers 17th birthday...

And yes, I know I watch too much TV.

froglet, Jul 18 2005

Lovely, cuddly Bubbles. http://www.bbc.co.u...s/characters1.shtml
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       What about a Dyaffd-O-Gram?
"I'm the only gay at this Birthday Party/Stag-do/Barmitsvva/State Opening of Parliament/Funeral" etc.....
Minimal, Jul 18 2005
  

       Good point.
froglet, Jul 18 2005
  

       "Wasn't that cool, that thing I saw on TV? Wouldn't it be neat if it were real?"
DrCurry, Jul 18 2005
  

       Not exactly, [DrCurry]. I was thinking of a service where some bloke dresses up as the Little Britian character and pay a visit to somebody at their birthday party or something like that, not an invention from a TV show that would be cool if it were real. This is pretty much like the Ferris Bueller-o-gram, except with the charming Bubbles.
froglet, Jul 18 2005
  
      
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