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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qSkaAwK ... re=related
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That's funny stuff, no doubt about it. Later times, but same things apply:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rsz3Fpy0Jkk
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I saw this video, then spent at least another two hours looking through the other Horrible Histories songs... This song and the Egyptian hieroglyphs song are my two favourites!
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I'm quite keen on the Charles II one,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2kyNbZc ... re=related

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KeithFarrell wrote:I saw this video, then spent at least another two hours looking through the other Horrible Histories songs... This song and the Egyptian hieroglyphs song are my two favourites!
Just stumbled upon horrible histories programs recently....loved the books as a child.
And have found the TV series is hillarious.
It was slightly monty python-esque this week...I expected 'versengeterix to say 'your father was a hamster and your mother smelt of elderberries..."

Noticed they didn't mention Asterix.....What do you mean Asterix isn't real? ;)

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Like a lot of re-enactors, I did some work on the first two series. I understand series three is in the can, and angled towards the American market.

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