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Are people wearing enough hats?
Yes 14%  14%  [ 7 ]
No 86%  86%  [ 43 ]
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why is a hat called a hat?... as i've often wondered!

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Because when you're handed one, you generally say tah as in thanks, but that's short. And then one clever spark turned it around backwards and hey presto! We have a hat [:D]

Apathy rul.....


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tah... but who's presto???

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Presto is the great Italian inventor of spaghetti and bocce ball. I think he lived to be about 145 years old. They have a large monument in Tuscany in his memory.

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<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by Mrs.Norris</i>
<br />Presto is the great Italian inventor of spaghetti and bocce ball. I think he lived to be about 145 years old. They have a large monument in Tuscany in his memory.

~*~ I like pink and blue daisy berry flowers. ~*~
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I have a sudden love of this Presto fellow.


I love hats! Hats rock! and TIES!! we shall need ties for those hats.
I have a diamond hat, a beanie, a bowler, a tophat, thousands of baseball caps, and lots of ties with flowers and cars, and cows,and pigs, and pink ones, and red ones, and black ones. I have a single bowtie also.
HEHE I love hats!!
[:D][:)][:D]

5^2+5^0+5^0+5+5=37


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Have you ever seen a polka dotted railroad tie?

"People are not wearing enough hats!"


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no... and you probably won't find one either [:(]
but i know the song and here's how the relevant verse goes...

I saw a peanut stand, heard a rubber band,
I saw a needle that winked its eye,
But I think I will have seen everything,
When I see an elephant fly,
I saw a front porch swing, heard a diamond ring,
<b>I saw a polka-dot railroad tie,</b>
But I think I will have seen everything,
when I see an elephant fly.

When I See an Elephant Fly - Dumbo (the Flying Elephant).
Music by Oliver Wallace, lyrics by Ned Washington
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I know thats how the verse goes thats where i got the line from!

"People are not wearing enough hats!"


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erm... presactly!

for god knows all... even the lyrics to dumbo's flying circus.
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The elephants in dumbo wear hats! Maybe they will join our group!


"Look out, look out pink elephants on parade!"

"People are not wearing enough hats!"


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My dad recently bought a bowtie that was made out of a piece of our family tartan. He got it at our city's Highland Games a couple of weeks ago.

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Proof of python reunion i found on a john cleese site

There's still life in the small screen's favourite dead parrot it would seem, as the Monty Python team has decided to reform. The surviving members of TV's most celebrated comedy troupe are to unite for one last series of alternative mayhem.

John Cleese, Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam, Michael Palin and Terry Jones have already started work on a six-part series for American network PBS. Each one will write and produce an episode for Monty Python's Personal Best; all five will then participate in a special tribute to sixth member, Graham Chapman, who died of cancer in 1989.

"They have all chosen their favourite bits from old Python films and television series and linked them together in their own crazy way," revealed a spokesman. The madcap antics of Monty Python's Flying Circus brought the team a huge international fanbase in the Seventies. And given the fact that Spamalot, Eric Idle's musical based on The Quest For The Holy Grail, has recently wowed critics and fans alike on Broadway, there's little doubt their zany style still holds its appeal.

The new series, which will be seen on television screens across the pond next year, is also expected to be shown in Britain. "This sounds like a really interesting project and something we would definitely like to hear more about," revealed a BBC spokesman.


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