Monday, 20 September 2010

Cheap Flights!

If you've tried to book a no frills flight on the Internet recently you'll know exactly how this feels. I won't say the name of the airline but if you live in the UK or Ireland, you'll know exactly who it's aimed at! (Rhymes with Bryan)

WARNING - If you're of a nervous disposition stop watching at 4 mins 12 secs as the language and topics get a bit rich! Now don't say I didn't warn you.



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15 comments:

  1. I would buy this DVD. That was fantastic. Even the ads were funny1

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  2. Ha ha, love it! It gets funnier as they get into it! :D

    It's true too!

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  3. Very very funny, I was laughing so hard my dog came to see why!
    That was funny too!

    Chris x

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  4. Have you watched the 'Larkrise to Candleford' series? I have enjoyed it so much....with the exception of a few places. I loved the character ...thomas brown. I watched the 3rd series all on youtube. I understand they are working on a 4th to be released in January. Like a good classic, you feel you know the characters and think of them afterward.

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  5. Maggie Ann - I absolutely love Larkrise to Candleford. The characters are wonderful, hard to pick my favourite, Laura is very sweet, Thomas Brown is so funny, unintentionally! However I think Minnie is my favourite. I'm dying for the next one to start. Sunday night viewing hasn't been the same since it finished.

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  6. How funny and clever. I wish our daughters and I could come up with something that clever and funny. Hope you and husband are doing ok. One more doctor visit and our 3 month and 6 month check ups should be done. Mostly they were all for Abe. I go Tuesday to see my eye surgeon, the one eye has been bothering me, feels like there's a spec of something in it all the time.

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  7. Well, I'm not likely to book any flights anywhere, so I'll pass on the video for now.

    You were right about the Tramadol. That stuff kicked my butt. First, I was euphoric, which wasn't bad at all, of course, until it went on well past my bedtime. I was wide awake most of the night as images passed through my mind so vividly that they almost qualified as hallucinations. Then came the dizziness, the nausea, and a generally unwell feeling that continued for the next two days. Now, I have a bottle with 89 Tramadol that I'll never take. Great!

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  8. Okay, so I read what Just Laughing wrote about the video, and I got hooked.

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  9. I wrote "Just Laughing" when I meant "Always Smiling," and I haven't even taken any Tramadol! However, in the middle of writing, I knocked over a full quart bottle of water, and had to dry a great many photos and papers in the oven, so I'll offer that as my excuse. Of course, I'm also awfully old and not a little senile, so maybe that will work even better.

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  10. Snowbrush - Tramadol definitely acts as a hallucinogenic. After my husband's operation 2 men in his ward had hallucinations during the night about parties and taxis! Needless to say he got no sleep.

    The video is a good laugh taking the mickey out of one particular airline!

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  11. Fabulous - thanks so much for sharing this Winifred - even my husband was chortling. A x

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  12. If you've tried to book a no frills flight on the Internet recently you'll know exactly how this feels. I won't say the name of the airline but if you live in the UK or Ireland, you'll know exactly who it's aimed at

    Affordable Flight to Africa

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