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corblimeymadam Mon 30-May-11 12:38:42

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

worraliberty Mon 30-May-11 12:40:05

Oh I love love love that one! grin

Not at lunchtime though, you're right......

sixlostmonkeys Mon 30-May-11 12:40:27


one should never object to auntie mabel and pippin smile

ReshapeWhileDamp Mon 30-May-11 12:41:29

Oi! Leave lovely Auntie Mabel alone. We love her. Her and her minor obsession of visiting factories to see how ... wellies ... are ... made... confused

Look. Someone has to show the kids what happens to their poo. I'm just glad that Auntie Mabel is woman enough to step up to the plate.

follyfoot Mon 30-May-11 12:42:12

What six said. Surely its a criminal offence?

notnowbernard Mon 30-May-11 12:42:33

My all-time favourite one was "Holes, Holes, useful Holes"


worraliberty Mon 30-May-11 12:44:35

If it wasn't for that woman and her dog I'd still be losing sleep...wondering just how the fuck they put the stripes into toothpaste.

So think on!

IreneHeron Mon 30-May-11 12:44:40

The poo one is the best one. YABVU! We love Auntie Mabel and Pippin.

TheMitfordsMaid Mon 30-May-11 12:45:22

The poo one has been on our sky plus planner for ages. Nope, we love Pippin in this house.

grubbalo Mon 30-May-11 12:45:35

Oh that's one of the favourite's in our house! YA DEFINITELY BU
"Can I go down there?"
(In very wooden voice) "It's very dangerous, but if you really want to"

And I love the thought of the props department being asked to make a Pippin poo. Although is a bit mean of Auntie M to get annoyed with Pippin for doing a poo outside, I mean where else is she meant to go? In the toilet?

bran Mon 30-May-11 12:47:56

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ImeldaM Mon 30-May-11 12:48:20

grin at grubbalo

Mollydollydoll Mon 30-May-11 12:50:37

I'd rather have that post which I thought was fab than moany hissy fit posts, we need more fun on here

Mollydollydoll Mon 30-May-11 12:51:33

Now let's get back to the lick me out type of threads best laugh I've had in ages

worraliberty Mon 30-May-11 12:52:39

Thank god for Pippin. Otherwise the opening scene would have been Auntie Mabel taking a dump...wiping her arse and then wondering where her turd will end up.

Always nice to know you can blame it on the dog grin

LadyBeagleEyes Mon 30-May-11 12:53:01

I remember me and my ds loving Auntie Mabel and Pippin.
He's nearly 16 now and I vaguely remember my 25 year old neice watching it too.
So I take it they're all repeats and Pippin must be in doggy heaven sad.
Does anyone know how old the episodes are?

Mollydollydoll Mon 30-May-11 12:56:26

Ignore me I've posted on the wrong thread. I'm truly nuts aplogises everyone

Rosemallow Mon 30-May-11 13:00:40

I recall a programme from my youth where they cut up a poo to see what it was like, did they do that?
We were always fascinated by the 'sewage farm' we would sometimes go past on our country walks as a child.
Ahh memories!
YABU children like all things poo-related!

Punkatheart Mon 30-May-11 13:02:15

Ah sewage - always a good topic at lunch time.

(gags on Vegemite sandwich)

Rosemallow Mon 30-May-11 13:02:16

grin at mollydolly mixing up a poo thread with an * ahem * rude thread

kreecherlivesupstairs Mon 30-May-11 13:04:27

Are they still going? I remember me and DD borrowing a video from her school library with various Auntie Mabel adventures. DDs favorourites were the hedgehog hospital and sewage farms.
Here's a little known fact about sewage farms. They grow the most magnificent tomatoes there. The workers harvest them and haven't even had to sow any seeds.

MumblingRagDoll Mon 30-May-11 13:05:35

Worra grin Nooooo! Auntie Mabel does NOT poo!

smudgethepuppydog Mon 30-May-11 13:05:45

How could poor Aunty Mabel know it was your lunch time?

jaggythistle Mon 30-May-11 13:06:13

i watched to the end once to check and i think it was made in 1990 does that sound right?

<off to google>

MumblingRagDoll Mon 30-May-11 13:06:20

What!?? kreecher PLEASE say you are joking???

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