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Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux

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Subject: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: katlaughing
Date: 29 Mar 09 - 06:37 PM

I'd like to get back to THIS and the fun we were having.

SO FAIR WARNING: this thread will be moderated. Anyone posting tirades in a serious manner or about serious folks, publications from bygone daze, or anything else which is boring and/or isn't in keeping with the parody of Mudcat, will be deleted.

Thanks,

Laugh Taking


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: The Borchester Echo
Date: 29 Mar 09 - 06:44 PM

Don't you mean Deuxième Partie?


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: katlaughing
Date: 29 Mar 09 - 06:50 PM

Nope...bi-lingual here


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Leadfingers
Date: 29 Mar 09 - 07:39 PM

Does that mean if you cant get a translation on a Free downliad , you will pay for it ?


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: michaelr
Date: 29 Mar 09 - 08:52 PM

It's come full circle: Click here


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: katlaughing
Date: 29 Mar 09 - 10:19 PM

LOL, thanks for the link, michaelr!

Leadfingrs..."free downlaid?!"


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Declan
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 02:27 AM

Makes sense. Why waste time lampooning Mudcat when the main contributors to the other thread have made such a good job of it already.


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: SteveMansfield
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 03:31 AM

Someone back on the main punch-upthread raised the enticing prospect of a Borfolk compilation, which I'd certainly like to see. Ideally produced as a double-header with a full reprint of Bill Tidy's 'The Cloggies' cartoons, but that really is wishing for the moon ...

I really wish I'd kept my early Southern Rags and Foal Cruets with the Borfolk cartoons in - not just for the Borfolks, but also to see who was still around and who had disappeared into history. I'm pretty certain the first SR I bought had a picture of some bloke called John Kirkpatrick on the cover, I wonder whatever happened to him (and indeed his children).

If LHH is indeed following this whole storm of reaction he must be (a) very pleased and (b) unable to produce any more material at the moment through laughing too much to hold a pen or type!


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: The Borchester Echo
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 03:55 AM

Yes, Lawrence Heath must be too creased up to type as he hasn't replied to my question about what he really intended, an email sent because I was getting tired of prefacing all my comments with "of course, I don't know exactly what was in his mind but . . . "

Borfolk is an artistic work and in the absence of explanation of intent from the creator, interpretation is in the imagination of the consumer. Merely solving the anagrams for "fun" is all very well if that's what floats your . . . empty sailing vessel, but scarcely needs "discussion" in any shape or form.

Someone accused me of "getting my frillies in a twist". Firstly I'd like to clarify that my underwear is frill-free. Secondly, that it is ridiculous to get upset because some of us took the subject beyond doing silly puzzles. A paraphrase of Nero's folly comes to mind: 'Anagramming while the tradarts go up in smoke', possibly.


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: MartinRyan
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 04:22 AM

Boinnnnng! Too serious - much too serious!

Regards


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Folknacious
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 05:29 AM

I'd like to clarify that my underwear is frill-free

Why did I read this as "thrill free"? Why do I hear this in a Lady Constance voice? Or do I mean Lady Bracknell? Talking of whom, the Borfolk "old guests" now include Moan & Groans Hard. Bit of an in-joke perhaps, but makes me wonder if the the old saying about how people often resemble their pet dogs ought to be extended to their heaven-sent anagrams (Elmer P Bleaty, Trad Slogrind, Malewink:Saucy etc)


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 07:26 AM

"Easy in a bed"

So that's why she has no frills on her knickers, she's not wearing them!   


(Sorry Diane!)


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Lonesome EJ
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 12:06 PM

Diane, no hard feelings from me. I believe I said "undies" instead of "frillies", by the way. And I'm not so sensitive that a mere "fuck off" could get my boxers in a bundle. As long as the arguments on this forum don't reach the stage of personal attacks, I see no problem with them.
Actually, I find Lady Diane's postings rather entertaining. While she is quite adept at being snide and scornful, she is pretty articulate, and that's important. Not that "fuck off" is particularly articulate, but even Sam Johnson had his moments of puerile expostulation.


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: The Borchester Echo
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 12:21 PM

Yes, EJ. You mentioned "undies" and someone else referred to said garments as "frillies". Here in England, "knickers" is an adequate description whenever (or if ever) it becomes necessary to mention them.

Come to think of it, as a child we had to wear thick green ones under a short tunic for gym. Mine got lost and one day a teacher wandered into our classroom looking for me because he had found a pair of green "unmentionables" bearing my name tape lurking in a corner of his classroom.

In the North East of England where I grew up, they were commonly referred to as "linings" as in the miner explaining (somewhat superfluously): Ah divvent wor white linings doon the pit.


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Rifleman (inactive)
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 12:45 PM

Sorry I was listen to This


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Big Mick
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 01:35 PM

Reminiscent of an Abbot and Costello bit. Funny as hell!!


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Reinhard
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 02:21 PM

I couldn't decipher Trad Slogrind without the friendly anagram server.
Now I don't know if this stands for Trading Lords or Groats Dirndl.


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Surreysinger
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 02:42 PM

Errmm ... not sure how serious you're being Reinhard, but in case you needed to know it's Rod Stradling.


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Doug Chadwick
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 03:07 PM

Steady on Diane. All this talk of your unmentionables, frilly or otherwise, will get those lads in the backwoods of Lincolnshire hot under the collar

DC


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Big Mick
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 03:12 PM

I know that I am getting pretty excited......LOL. This is a whole new side of Ms. Easby that I have not seen. OK...... maybe the pun was intended..... Anyone seen the aul cap and wellies?...


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: The Borchester Echo
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 03:21 PM

We could have a game of listing all the songs that mention knickers.
It's a lot more interesting than tarry trousers or oilskins & jumpers or cloaks and things.
Or silly games with letters.

Actually, I know a brilliant song about socks . . .


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: katlaughing
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 03:34 PM

I've just got one QUESTION for you, Diane.


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Sorcha
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 03:53 PM

Nope, Kat...far too frilly! LOL


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: VirginiaTam
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 05:18 PM

I so want to post to the

Urgently sought: Folk songs about brassicas

I thought brassicas were always played in D flat.

as MudECeilidh member Ima Ravin Git


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Lonesome EJ
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 06:02 PM

How about the old spiritual Ain't No Mo' Cane on de Brassica?

Ole Emo Jones


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: NormanD
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 07:09 PM

Maria Muldaur's version of Mississippi John Hurt's "Richland Woman Blues" - she proudly mentions her red bloomers.

Lawks-a-mercy, I've gone all of a fluster at the thought. What a hussy.


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Declan
Date: 31 Mar 09 - 02:34 AM

Two well known Irish tradtional tunes called the "Lady's Pantolets" and the "Pettycoat Loose" spring to mind.


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Gedi
Date: 31 Mar 09 - 08:21 AM

I really want to read the "Melodeon - the Ins & Outs" thread.

You see I'm self-taught on the squeeze box and it was only when I read this that I suspected that one could play when going in. Up to now I have only ever played notes on the "out" and I have found this somewhat limiting.

Can anyone help?

Deg


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: TheSnail
Date: 31 Mar 09 - 08:37 AM

"Melodeon - the Ins & Outs"

I think this refers to the technique of pushing in with the left hand while pulling out with the right.


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: PoppaGator
Date: 31 Mar 09 - 02:37 PM

Anyone/everyone who sings Richland Woman Blues mentions those turley-red bloomers, including John Hurt himself.

That said, of course, there are few such pairs of bloomers quite as intriguing as those of the young Maria D'Amato Muldaur.


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Gedi
Date: 31 Mar 09 - 02:45 PM

"I think this refers to the technique of pushing in with the left hand while pulling out with the right."

I did try that once but ended up going round in circles....


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: GUEST,Baz parkes
Date: 01 Apr 09 - 08:38 AM

What's happened to Part Un?

I could do with a laugh...

Baz

I just tried Babelfish on this and it made no sense....


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Vic Smith
Date: 02 Apr 09 - 09:35 AM

Baz Parkes wrote:-
"What's happened to Part Un"?


You don't know? It's been distilled and liquified and now it is being served in pubs.

Surely, Baz, you have heard of the Part Un Glass


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: YorkshireYankee
Date: 12 Jun 11 - 01:10 PM

Just came across this and thought the site referred to was absolutely brilliant! Thought I'd refresh for those (like me) who didn't see it first time round. My hat's off to the creator -- it's sheer genius! Especially the song parodies (not that I've had time to look at the whole thing yet, but WOW!)


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 12 Jun 11 - 02:15 PM

Surely, Baz, you have heard of the Part Un Glass Part Un was considered too blue, so brought to an abrupt end.

Following the comments about "Part deux" being bi-lingual, I thought "Part Un Glas" must be a tri-lingual pun!

Cheers
Nigel


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Snuffy
Date: 14 Jun 11 - 06:08 AM

Nigel, perhaps the "Part Un Glas" would be good medicine for pigs - it should cure a sow, so you could save her bacon. But the Mochyn Du might find it a bit boaring.


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 14 Jun 11 - 06:42 AM

Undoubtedly, pigswill benefit.
Piglets however, require an ultraviolet lamp to provide warmth, unlike fully grown porkers which have a Blue Lamp.

Cheers


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Snuffy
Date: 14 Jun 11 - 09:06 AM

Even the pigs in Dock Green!


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Subject: RE: Excellent Mudcat Parody -Part Deux
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 14 Jun 11 - 12:55 PM

Yeah, but they must all be boars...

They've got Dixon!


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