Mama Mia

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I like that term don't you? Better than old fogey, oap or people of pensionable age!
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We call them Blue rinse :lol:
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:lol: Do they still use the Mrs Slocombe hair rinses?
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Who's Mrs Slocombe :roll:
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Tv prog set in Grace Brothers store, "I'm Free" catchphrase, can't think of the title! :roll: Mrs Slocombe had a rinse on her hair most weeks.


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John Inman I'm free
Side kick Trevor Bannister always chasing,
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And they were always asking about Mrs Slocombe's pussy :lol: :lol: :lol:

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good old 1970's british humour...... Are you being Served, Benny Hill, Bless this House, Love Thy Neighbour, etc - thank god those days are over :sad:
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Back of topic :roll:

I took the missus (or was it she dragged me) to see Mama Mia a couple of weeks ago and I decided that I wasn't going to be a fan of the film even tho' I grew up on Abba.....but I enjoyed the film - I even laughed, and out loud :shock:

I've since gone out and bought a compilation album of Abba songs - clearly for the other half - yet I'm sat here posting and listening to Abba - I need therapy :roll: :lol:
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Abba are one of those bands it is cool not to like, but better fun to just enjoy :thumbright:

I Saw Mamma Mia on the stage in London - that was good

I saw the film Version a couple of weeks ago - that was good was well, but in a different way

And I think I am going tonight to see "Mamma Mia - The Singalong Version" tonight :shock:


PS- Seen "Bjorn Again" - Abba tribute band - a couple of times and they are very good as well - well worth a evening out :thumbright:
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DVD of the film is out on the 24th November

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I'm going to get it on dvd, it's a good way to cheer everyone up in the Winter months when depression has set in.
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