Transcripts of Dave's Tedious Links
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Today's Tedious Link:

Travis and Driftwood

Today's Transcript:

Chumbawamba Tubthumping - Chumbawamba shares many of the same letters as Samantha Mumba who is Irish - Irish people celebrate St. Patrick's Day tomorrow - Tomorrow Never Dies is the title of a James Bond film - James Bond shares the same surname as Jennie Bond, who spent several weeks in the jungle - Jungle rhymes with Bungle, who was mates with Geoffrey and Zippy - Zippy is a famous TV character who is yellow and in that respect shares something in common with Sesame Street star Big Bird - Big Birds in the wild tend to be birds of prey - Pray was a hit for MC Hammer in 1990 - MC Hammer wears baggy trousers, as does Mr Tim Westwood - Tim Westwood shares the same surname as Lee Westwood, who is a famous golfer - Golfers play golf of course - Golf was invented in Scotland - and Scotland is the home of many great bands from the world of music, with one of the finest being Travis - Which links us to Travis and Driftwood.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Skee-Lo and I Wish

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Travis Driftwood - Driftwood can constitute a shipping hazard - Hazard was a 1992 hit for Richard Marx - Richard Marx shares the same surname as Karl Marx, who in turn shares the same christian name as Carl Fogarty, who rides motorbikes - Motorbikes involve the wearing of leather - Leather comes from cows - Cows eat grass - Grass needs to be mowed - Mowed rhymes with toad, which is an animal that is closely related to a frog - The Frog Princess was a 1996 hit for The Divine Comedy - The Divine Comedy are led by Neil Hannon - Neil Hannon shares the same christian name as Neil Armstrong, who was the first man to walk on the moon - The moon is a large planet, a bit like the new one they’ve found called Sedna - If you reverse the spelling of Sedna you get Andes, which are a South American group of snowy mountains - Snowy mountains are ideal for skiing with the use of a ski lift - and ski lift sounds a bit like Skee-Lo, who recorded the wonderful track I Wish - Which links us to Skee-Lo and I Wish.
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Today's Tedious Link:

The Cardigans and Erase/Rewind

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Skee-Lo I Wish - I wish for an end to global conflict, disease and locusts, which can have a devastating effect on crops - Crops are protected by a scarecrow - The most famous scarecrow in the world was Worzel Gummidge, played by actor Jon Pertwee - Jon Pertwee’s son Sean Pertwee has starred alongside Catherine Zeta Jones, who has in turn starred alongside both David Jason and Pam Ferris - Ferris wheels are something you might describe as being a fairground attraction - Fairground Attraction topped the charts in 1988 with Perfect - Perfect Day on the other hand was a number one 9 years later in 1997 -1997 was the year that Hong Kong returned to Chinese rule after being leased by the UK for a period of 99 years - 99 is a number also associated with ice cream - Ice cream can give you headaches, as can hangovers - If you remove the “hang” part of hangovers you’re left simply with “overs”, which are crucial to the construction of cricket - and cricket is officiated by an umpire, who as well as making sure that fair play amongst rival teams is observed at all times, also acts as a coat stand for the safekeeping of everybody’s jumpers and cardigans - Which links us to The Cardigans and Erase/Rewind.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Bizarre Inc and Playing With Knives

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The Cardigans Erase/Rewind - Rewind but not erase is what you should do to a videotape before you return it to the video library - Video libraries normally require the member to carry a membership card - Card rhymes with shard, which is like a dangerous segment of broken glass - Walking On Broken Glass was a 1992 hit for Annie Lennox - Annie Lennox shares one name in common with Lennox Lewis, the recently retired boxer - Boxer shorts are a popular type of mens underwear, as are Y-fronts - Fronts of a different type are commonly found on a weather map - Weather maps are used by forecasters - If you remove the first four letters of the word forecasters you’re left with “casters”, which are like small wheels that enable you to move furniture around - Around The World was a hit for Daft Punk, who are french - French and Saunders are married to Lenny Henry and Ade Edmondson respectively - Ade Edmondson played Vyvian in the 1980’s cult sitcom The Young Ones - Young Ones is a term often used to describe children - and children need to be watched at all times to make sure they don’t burn themselves, scald themselves or chop their head off as a result of foolishly playing with knives - Which links us to Bizarre Inc and Playing With Knives.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Robbie Williams and Lazy Days

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Bizarre Inc Playing With Knives - Knives make up one third of the cutlery group along with forks and spoons - Spoons the DJ was the winner of the first ever Radio 1 Race last week, unlike Aled who sadly came last - Last rhymes with Cast - Cast are fronted by the charismatic John Power - Power is what you need in your house in order to turn your lights on - On is the opposite of off - Off! is a brand of mosquito repellent - Mosquito repellent is used to protect humans from unwanted bites - Bytes spelt with a “y” are synomonous with the world of computers - Computers need screens, as do pubs that specialise in showing live football - Football is the sport of kings - Kings wear crowns - Crowns are worn on the head - A head rhymes with bed - and bed is where you might spend the afternoon if you were enjoying a lazy day - Which links us predictably to Robbie Williams and Lazy Days.
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Today's Tedious Link:

The New Radicals and You Get What You Give

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Robbie Williams Lazy Days - Robbie Williams shares the same surname as Kenneth Williams - Kenneth Williams starred in the Carry On Movies alongside Barbara Windsor - Windsor Castle is one of the many residences of the queen - Queen the band were fronted by Freddie Mercury - Freddie Mercury shared the same christian name as Freddie Starr, who himself starred alongside Australian disc jockey Jono Coleman, who is now a training buddy of Chris Moyles at his specialist members only gym - Jim Kerr is the lead singer of Simple Minds and was previously married to Patsy Kensit, who is now an ex of both Liam Gallagher and curiously David Walliams of Little Britain - Little Britain was a 1996 hit for Dreadzone - Dreadzone shouldn’t be mistaken for Ozone, which is actually a protective layer around the earth’s surface which shields us from harmful rays and stuff like that - Harmful rays can also be protected against with the use of sunscreen - Sunscreen or more precisely Everybody’s Free (To Wear Sunscreen) was a number one in 1999, thanks entirely to this show who championed it as hit makers and chart angels in 1999 - the same year that another record did rather well in the charts entirely without our help, and that was You Get What You Give by the New Radicals - Which links us to the New Radicals and You Get What You Give.
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Today's Tedious Link:

TLC and Waterfalls

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New Radicals You Get What You Give - Since the premature demise of the New Radicals, frontman and singer songwriter Greg Alexander has written songs for several solo performers such as Ronan Keating - Ronan Keating is now married and in that respect something in common with Michael Parkinson - Michael Parkinson is from Barnsley, as is Sunderland manager Mick McCarthy - Mick McCarthy shares the same surname as John McCarthy the former hostage - The word “hostage” shares many of the same letters as the word “postage”, which is what you pay for in the form of stamps - Stamps are collected by philatelists - The word “philatelist” doesn’t rhyme with anything I can think of but does begin with the letter P, much like the word “pencil” - Pencils have different letters to denote their hardness, such as B, H and HB - and letters such as HB that don’t actually make words but exist just as letters are very much part of everyday life, such as HGV in the world of road haulage, KY in the world of jelly and TLC in the world of female American girl groups who sing about Waterfalls - Which links us to TLC and Waterfalls.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Blur and There’s No Other Way

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TLC Waterfalls - Waterfalls provide a very real hazard for amateur canoeists - Canoeists wear helmets, as do motorcycle cops - Motorcycle cops don’t get anymore famous than Ponch and John from Chips - Chips the food are traditionally served with salt and vinegar - Vinegar is made from old wine - Wine is made from crushed grapes - The most famous catchphrase involving the words “crush” and “grape” is “Oooh I could crush a grape” by Stu Francis - Stu Francis shares the same surname as Trevor Francis, who used to play for and manage Birmingham City - Birmingham City play their home matches at St Andrews - St. Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland - Scotland is a country who’s climate is suitable for the growing of carrots - and carrots enable you to see in the dark and prevent your night vision from being a bit of a Blur - In fact, there’s no other way (other than thermal imaging camera technology) that allows you to see in the dark and not see a blur - Which links us (after a bit of a rubbish ending) to Blur and There’s No Other Way.
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Today's Tedious Link:

The Farm and All Together Now

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Blur There's No Other Way - Blur are from Colchester which is in Essex - Essex first name David is a male singer with pierced ears and in that respect shares something in common with Elton John - Elton John’s other half is David Furnish - David Furnish shares the same first name as David Frost - Frost can kill bedding plant and can be a real menace to strawberries - Strawberries go with cream - Cream was a legendary club in Liverpool - Liverpool is where we are this morning - This Morning with Richard and Judy used to be filmed at the Albert Dock, which is where we were drinking last night - Last Nite was a recent hit for The Strokes - Strokes are what you give as a form of affection when petting animals - and animals are what you’d expect to find on a farm - Which links us to this morning’s special Liverpool Tedious Link Track, The Farm and All Together Now.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Feeder and Buck Rogers

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The Farm All Together Now - A farm is where you might find cattle - Cattle sounds a bit like kettle, which is a device used for the boiling of water - Water makes up approximately 60% of the body - The body is the nickname of Elle McPherson - Elle McPherson has appeared as a cameo in Friends, as has Brad Pitt - Brad Pitt is mates with Vinnie Jones - Vinnie Jones is mates with Guy Ritchie and Madonna - If you combine the words “Madonna” and “lady” you get “Lady Madonna”, which was a big hit for The Beatles - The Beatles are from Liverpool, which is where we were on Friday - Friday is the night that Top Of The Pops goes out - Top Of The Pops used to be filmed at Elstree, which is the home of EastEnders - EastEnders star Sid Owen is famous for playing the character Ricky - and Ricky Tomlinson and Sue Johnston starred as Brookside couple Bobbie and Sheila Grant, both of whom interestingly share one name in common with Grant Nicholas of Feeder - Which links us to Feeder and Buck Rogers.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Salt-N-Pepa and Push It

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Feeder Buck Rogers - Buck Rogers shares the same surname as both Roy Rogers and Ginger Rogers, who are both names from the past - as was King Harold who died in an unfortunate archery accident - Archery was a popular form of fighting in the olden days, prior to the invention of firearms - Firearms are one of the items on the list of things you shouldn’t be carrying on an aircraft, as are fireworks - Fireworks are traditionally set off to celebrate Guy Fawkes - Guy Fawkes shares the same first name as Guy Chambers, the former writing partner of Robbie Williams - Robbie Williams is mates with Max Beesley, who used to go out with Scarey Spice - Scarey Spice shouldn’t be mistaken for Old Spice, which is actually a type of men's fragrance, the advert for which featured the music “Carmina Burana” by Karl Orf - “Orf” is how the posh people pronounce off - Off is the opposite of on - On is arguably the most important button on a television - Television is the drug of the nation - The plural of nation is nations - Nations tend to have their own unique flags - Flags blow in the wind - and if the wind were to blow while you were having dinner outside an Al Fresco diner, it may cause you problems applying your salt and pepper - Which links us to Salt-N-Pepa and Push It.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Van Halen and Jump

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Salt-N-Pepa Push It - Salt-N-Pepa are both commonly dispensed with the use of shakers - Shakers rhymes with Quakers, who are famous for making oats - Oates first name John is the musical partner of Daryl Hall - Daryl Hall shares the same surname as Jerry Hall, who has kids with Mick Jagger - Mick Jagger collaborated on the 1985 hit Dancing In The Street with David Bowie - David Bowie had an alter ego called Ziggy Stardust, in the same way that Barry Humphreys has an alter ego called Dame Edna - The only other famous antipodean dame is Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, who is from New Zealand, the same as Zane Lowe - Zane Lowe shares the same surname as Chris Lowe from The Pet Shop Boys - Despite their name, The Pet Shop Boys don’t actually own a pet shop - Pet Shop nearly rhymes with ketchup, which is what you might put on your burger - Berger first name Patrik plays his club football for Portsmouth and his international football for the Czech Republic - The Czech Republic is in Europe - and it was from Europe that the forefathers of many American immigrants came, and this is perfectly clear from the surnames of a lot of famous Americans, such as David Schwimmer and of course Eddie Van Halen - Which links us to one of the best Tedious Link tracks ever done, Van Halen and Jump.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Eminem and My Name Is

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Van Halen Jump - “Jump!!” is the worst thing you could say to a person standing precariously a top a tall building high above the city - City Slickers was a film starring Billy Crystal - Crystal is famously produced in Waterfoot in Ireland - Ireland is the birthplace of Graham Norton - Norton are famous for making motorbikes - Motorbikes don’t often have radios - Radios need an aerial - Aerial is the name both of an in house BBC internal publication and a type of washing powder - Washing powder is traditionally sold in box form, as are cornflakes - Cornflake packets have traditionally featured a picture of a * - Another famous thing to feature a * is the French rugby shirt - French rugby shirts are predominantly blue - Blue are a band consisting of four members and in that respect share something in common with The Four Tops - and The Four Tops were I think from Detroit in America, the same city as Eminem - Which links us to Eminem and My Name Is.
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Today's Tedious Link:

EMF and Unbelievable

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Eminem My Name Is - Eminem is the stage name of Marshall Mathers, in the same way that Sting is the stage name of Gordon Sumner - Gordon Sumner is from Newcastle, as is Donna Air - Air is made up of oxygen, hydrogen and a whole assortment of other gases - The word gases begins with the letter “g”, much like the word “goggles”, which are often worn for swimming - Swimming is a word that is often included in the same sentence as the word “trunks”, which in turn is often associated with the word “elephants” - Elephants never forget - Never Forget was the penultimate single from Take That - Take That were managed by Nigel Martin Smith - Nigel Martin Smith shares two names in common with Everton goalkeeper Nigel Martyn, who surely should be included in Sven’s squad for Portugal - Portugal borders only one country and that is Spain - Spain is a major European producer of fruit - Fruit grows on trees - Trees are commonly found in forests - and one of the most famous forests in Gloucestershire is The Forest Of Dean, which curiously is home to the band EMF - Which links us to EMF and Unbelievable.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Madonna and Holiday

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EMF Unbelievable - “Unbelievable” is what you might say if you’d just seen a ten foot tall yellow pig selling candy floss to a small family of ducks who had just emerged from a pond full of custard - Custard rhymes with mustard, which can be English or French - Other things that can be English or French include salad dressing, subtitles and cars - Cars are made nowadays with the help of robots - Robot Wars is hosted by Craig Charles, who is well known for being an actor from Red Dwarf - Red Dwarf has the initials RD, which interestingly are also the initials of Reginald Dwight, better known as Elton John - Elton John likes nice things and is a big fan of The Royal Mail - The Royal Mail are best known for delivering letters - Letters are a crucial ingredient in the TV shows Countdown and Reverse-a-word - Reverse-a-word is hosted by Scott Mills and is destined to be as popular a show as Craig Doyle’s Holiday - and when you think of the word “holiday” in the context of early Madonna hit singles, you think of Holiday by Madonna - Which links us (geniusly) to Madonna and Holiday.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Stereophonics and A Thousand Trees

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Madonna Holiday - A holiday is what the Americans call a vacation - If you swap the “a” in vacation for an “o” you get vocation, which is a word meaning career or job - Job plays for Middlesbrough, as does Maccarone - Macaroni cheese is a firm favourite with enthusiasts of pasta - Pass The Dutchie was a 1982 hit for Musical Youth - Youth shares many of the same letters as Louth, which is a town in Lincolnshire - Lincolnshire is famous for it’s sausages - Sausages are a crucial ingredient in the dish Toad In The Hole - Hole In My Shoe was a 1984 hit for Neil - Neil in The Young Ones was played by actor Nigel Planer, who starred alongside Rik Mayall - Mail is delivered in a sack, as are potatoes - Potatoes live in the ground, as do worms - Worms or more precisely wood worms can cause untold damage to wood - Wood comes from trees - and it only takes one tree to make a thousand matches - and it only takes one match to burn a thousand trees - Which links us to the Stereophonics and A Thousand Trees.
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Today's Tedious Link:

House Of Pain and Jump Around

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Stereophonics A Thousand Trees - A thousand trees is probably the amount it would take to make up a small forest or medium sized wood - Wood first name Ronnie is a member of The Rolling Stones - Rolling Stones tend not to gather any moss - Moss first name Kate is a British supermodel who is apparently now dating that fella who starred in Our Friends in the North, alongside Christopher Eccleston who is now the new Doctor Who - Doctor Who was the programme that first introduced the phenomenon of The Darlek - Darlek rhymes with garlic - Garlic comes in the form of cloves - If you remove the “l” from cloves you’re left simply with coves, which is the plural of the word cove, a small round sheltered bay or inlet often occupied by pirates as it traditionally provided good protection - Protection was the title of a 1995 track by Massive Attack, which charted at number 14 - Number 14 is the shirt number worn by Mr Thierry Henry - Thierry Henry plays for Arsenal, who were knocked out of The Champions League last night by Chelsea - and I would imagine Chelsea were so pleased with this result that they went back to the dressing room and were having such a good time that they had a big “jump around” to celebrate - Which links us to House Of Pain and Jump Around.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Macy Gray and I Try

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House Of Pain Jump Around - a house of pain shouldn’t be mistaken for a house in Spain, which is what a mate of ours has near Alicante - Alicante has it’s own airport and in that respect shares something in common with Chicago - Chicago were a band, fronted by the late Peter Cetera - If you add the letters “e” and “t” to the front of Cetera you get etcetera, which is normally abbreviated using the letters “etc” - Etc rhymes with BCG, which is a type of inoculation against tuberculosis - Tuberculosis, if not treated properly, can be a killer - Killer was a 1990 hit for Adamski, but featured the vocal talents of Seal - Seals have a large percentage of body fat to insulate them against the cold - The Cold War had nothing to do with seals and was actually a conflict of suspicion between the West and the East, who are separated by The Iron Curtain - Curtains run on rails, as do trains - Trains employ conductors, as do orchestras - Orchestra stalls is a slang term for testicles - Testicles are traditionally unique to men - and men tend to be physically bigger than women in most instances, with the only notable exception being Macy Gray - Which links us to Macy Gray and I Try.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Adamski and Killer

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Macy Gray I Try - The phrase “I Try” when written down could be interpreted as being 1 try, which could conceivably be the winning margin in a game of rugby - Rugby is named after Rugby, where the game was first conceived - The town Rugby is also famous for being the most southerly point of the M6, before it travels northwards all the way to Carlisle - Carlisle first name Belinda was the lead singer of The Go-Go's, who having battled against weight problems and drug abuse, went on to enjoy a brief but relatively successful solo career, which spawned the singles Heaven Is A Place On Earth and Circle In The Sand - Sand is an enemy to electrical appliances and wearers of contact lenses - Contact lenses need to be rinsed after use, as do dishes - Dishes rhymes with fishes, which are the catch of choice for anglers - Anglers use rods - Rods rhymes with Pods, which is where you would find natural vanilla - Vanilla rhymes with Manila, the capital of the Philippines - The Philippines is heavily influenced by the Spanish - The Spanish are famous for their omelettes - Omelettes are made from eggs - and eggs can be infected with salmonella, which can turn this natural food substance into a killer - Which links us to Adamski and Killer.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Shaggy and Boombastic

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Adamski Killer - If you combine the word “killer” with the word “whale” you get killer whale, which is a type of large sea mammal, the most famous of which being Shamoo - If you insert a “p” into the word “Shamoo” you get shampoo, which is something you might put in your hair - Other things that are put in the hair include clips, gel and ribbons - Ribbons rhymes with Gibbons which are a type of ape or monkey or something - Apes and monkeys are quite closely related to humans - Humans are the most intelligent animals on the planet, with the only real competition coming from dolphins - Dolphins like to be tickled on their tummies, something they share in common with both dogs and cats - Dogs and cats have tails, except Manx Cats, which don’t - Don’t You Want Me Baby was a number one in 1981 for The Human League - The Human League are from Sheffield, as are Jarvis *, Joe * (no relation) and Joe Elliott from Def Leppard - and Joe Elliott from Def Leppard is famous for his trademark locks of cascading rock hair, which during their soft metal hey day of the late 80’s was long and shaggy - Which links us to Shaggy and Boombastic.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Embrace and All You Good Good People

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Shaggy Boombastic - Before becoming a recording artist, Shaggy was in the US Marines - Marines wear uniforms, as do milkmen - Milkmen don’t just deliver milk these days, in fact they deliver such a diverse supply of products as yoghurts and fruit juice - Fruit juice comes in cartons, as do duty free fags - If you add an “l” to the word fags you get flags, which are often flown on top of Buckingham Palace - Buckingham Palace is somewhere you’d expect to find members of the Royal Family, such as Prince Charles - Prince Charles has reportedly invited Beyonce and Jay-Z to dinner when they are next in the country - “The Country” can be a term that is opposite to “The City” - The City Ground is the home of Nottingham Forest - Nottingham Forest are managed by Joe Kinnear - Joe Kinnear has been a very successful manager over the years, with Wimbledon, Luton and now Forest of course - and during his managerial career he’s probably been to most of this country’s away grounds, such as Plymouth, West Brom and Huddersfield - and when you think of Huddersfield in the context of seldom today heard bands with a small but impressive back catalogue, you think of Embrace - Which links us to Embrace and All You Good Good People.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Robbie Williams and Old Before I Die

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Embrace All You Good Good People - Embrace are from Brighouse in West Yorkshire, not Huddersfield as some people foolishly think - Think is often paired with the word “tank” and in that respect shares something in common with the words “Armored” and “fish” - Fish have scales, as do first year clarinet pupils - Pupils are found in the eye as well as the classroom - Classroom shares the same word ending as bedroom - Bedroom rhymes with headroom, as in Max Headroom who was a computer generated character from the 1980’s, the same decade that saw the birth of both Charlotte Church and Wayne Rooney - Wayne Rooney is teammates with Nigel Martyn, who surely deserves a place in Sven’s squad for Portugal - Portugal has a capital called Lisbon, in the same way that France has a capital called Paris (MC side note: Where I was when Dave did this link) - Paris Hilton is an actress who’s work is widely available online - Prior to the establishment of the World Wide Web, “On line” was a phrase associated with the drying of washing - The word “washing” shares four letters in common with the name Williams, as in Robbie Williams the pop singer - Which links us to Robbie Williams and Old Before I Die.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Wildchild and Renegade Master 98 (Fatboy Slim Remix)

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Robbie Williams Old Before I Die - Die is the singular of the word dice - Dice is also a verb meaning to cut food stuffs into a cube type shape - If you remove the “e” from shape you get Shap, which is a town in Cumbria - Cumbria is still a proud producer of sausages - Sausages can be fried or grilled, as can fish fingers - Fish fingers were traditionally manufactured from cod - Cods are eaten by seals and it’s because of this that the Canadians are thinking about killing them all - All rhymes with Gall, which is an old fashioned word for France (MC side note: Where I was all last week...or did I already mention that?) - France in turn rhymes with pants, as in “I Messed My Pants When We Flew Over France”, a famous line from Ivor Novello hopefuls Busted - “Busted” is also a term used by the Police, meaning to finally crack an ongoing crime investigation - Investigations are carried out to determine the cause of an accident, such as the famous near fatal yachting accident involving Duran Duran front man Simon Le Bon in 1985 - Simon Le Bon is mates with Duran Duran guitarist John Taylor - and John Taylor is married to, or was married to, or definitely was or indeed is involved with Amanda de Cadenet, the famous former “wild child” - Which links us to Wildchild and Renegade Master 98 (Fatboy Slim Remix).
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Today's Tedious Link:

The Wonderstuff and Size Of A Cow

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Wildchild Renegade Master 98’ - “Renegade” is a word often associated with jeeps while a master is somebody at the top of their profession - “Profession” shares many of the same letters as percussion, which is something you find in an orchestra - If you add an “l” to the end of orchestra you get orchestral, as in Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark, who had a top 7 hit in 1991 with Pandora’s Box - In the world of literature Pandora was the name of the love interest in The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, the famous novel by Sue Townsend - Sue Townsend shares the same surname as Andy Townsend, who now makes a living as a pundit - A pundit shouldn’t be mistaken for a punnet, which is a receptacle used for the collection and transportation of strawberries - Strawberries are often served with cream - Cream of a different type can be used to alleviate the symptoms of genital discomfort - If you remove the last five letters of “discomfort” you’re left with disco, which is an abbreviation of the French word discotheque, meaning disco - As well as being an ideal environment for dancing, Discos are also a type of crisps - and if you lived on a diet made up entirely of crisps, your weight would surely increase so much so, that within a matter of months you’d be about the size of a cow - Which links us to The Wonderstuff and Size Of A Cow.
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Today's Tedious Link:

Take That and Pray

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The Wonderstuff Size Of A Cow - Cows and all things cow like are referred to as being bovine - The word “bovine” shares the same word beginning as Bovril, which is a hot drink and something that you put on toast - Toast rhymes with Ghost, which was a 1990 film starring Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze, which did much to make pottery sexy - Sexy MF was a 1992 hit for Prince and The New Power Generation - The New Power Generation featured the vocal talents of Rosie Gaines, who scored a big hit in 1997 with Closer Than Close - Close is another word for humid or muggy - Muggy shares many of the same letters as the word “moggy”, which is colloquial slang for a cat - Cat Stevens shares the same surname as Rachel Stevens, who used to be in S Club - Club is a word associated with feet, chocolate biscuits and golf - Golf involves tees - The Tees is a famous river, as is the River Ganges - and the River Ganges is a special place where thousands of people go every year to wash themselves, cleanse themselves and pray - Which links us to Take That and Pray.
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