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yeah, every one try this..it was fun... :lol:

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I love this sketch!
When I first saw, I just screamed I had to laugh so much :D
We did it with a classmate of mine on sports lesson, everybody was staring so weird, but they've found it funny too :D

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I love this sketch too! I always laugh so loudly :lol: !!! I've tried to do silly walks but it wasn't funny at all. i always admire John for this walk, he's (or was) very flexible indeed (i like this word 'indeed', I don't know why, don't ask me, indeed :lol: )

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it's great..
I love the walk, but the thing I like most is the whole idea of a Minister of Silly Walks...
I'd love to work there!!!

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 Post subject: Pakistani border guards wins silly walk compo.
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Pakistani border guards wins silly walk compo.

I was watching a documentary about the 60th anniversary of the partition between India and Pakistan and there was a closing the border ceremony (which they do to crowd each day) where the guards on both sides do what can only be described as a supremely silly walk with very exagerated steps and turns slamming their feet down in an attempt to out-do the other guards.

Maybe it's what inspired John Cleese all those years ago.

Did andyone else see it ? I think the programme was 'Sanjeev Bhaskar's India' documentary on BBC 2 where he visits his father village and travels around India.


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I have tried the silly walking and I hurt my leg....


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I have tried the silly walking and I hurt my leg....

Same here Muppet! I just tried it, and I really hurt my leg. Ow man! John Cleese must have gotten very used to pain in Flying Circus and Fawlty Towers though.


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I ardore the way Cleese lifts his legs on the table in the sketch! Love it!! :lol:

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I wonder if John Cleese had to rest after doing that sketch? He has such a painful walk.
Remember that one time in Fawlty Towers where he raised his foot ABOVE the height of his head while doing a Hitler impersonation for the Germans?


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Oh, yes, now that you mentioned it. Remember it very well now!

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