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Most inappropriate collection day play list tune

Daveotto Aug 30, 2013

  1. Daveotto

    Daveotto Well-Known Member Gold Supporter Team Sepang Audi S3

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    Sorry for the no seriousnes of this thread, but does feel a bit like silly season for us expectant fathers (and mothers).

    I am sure we will all get serious and return this to a car based forum in the next couple of days but following a couple of comments on a previous thread thought I would start a spearte most imapprpaoate collection day song thread


    Can anyone top the "Brdy song"....whigfields's Saturday night is a good close secong IMHA at the moment
     
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    ok, sorry to do this to you but........"Star Trekking " star trekking across the universe - YouTube

    Never forget the time i was trying to dance with a girl at a Disco and this Sh*t came on, i looked like i was being tasered!
     
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    some good ones would be:

    Gary Newman : Cars
    Steppenwolf : Born to be Wild
    Gun's and Roses : Paradise City

    hundreds of others in the pipeline
     
  7. Daveotto

    Daveotto Well-Known Member Gold Supporter Team Sepang Audi S3

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    MBK and Sandra like this.
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    I'm sure this would get you a few strange looks Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Theme Song - YouTube

    And as for the actual meaning of the song, I'm not sure they'd let kids sing it these days! From wikipedia so it must be true:

    Chitty Bang Bang (one chitty) is a WW1 term for a leave ticket (which allowed one to travel to Paris and visit Improving Cultural Exhibitions). Zborowski used this as a name, probably equally as a salacious name and excusing it through onomatopeia within polite company. Just look at the other car names used at Brooklands at this time - there were more double entendres than a '50s radio comedy. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (two chitties, only used from the book onward) was a straight lift from Zborowski's car (Fleming knew the family beforehand), bowdlerised for children's fiction by the excuse of onomatopeia.
     
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