Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by ConfusedInPA, Sep 16, 2013.
Ordinary to you, or a google puzzler?? We shall see!
Enjoy, and good luck.
Looks like a kazoo to me. For folks what don'ts play a real instrument. HaHa!
Looks like what Rock said, to me too
Still people can do extroardinary things with it
Smiling, while I'm playing the video!
'Tis a KAZOO!
NOW, BONUS QUESTION ----
We cannot confuse the KAZOO, with THE GREAT GAZOO!
Do you remember THE GREAT GAZOO??
NO GOOGLING now. Nope, no googling. Just think back......
NAME The Show.
Name the Voice of Gazoo.
Never heard of a Gazoo, Diane. Perhaps you are thinking of a gazebo. Or Gadzooks!
BTW, adding a puzzle to a puzzle, do you know what opera provided the tune the manic kazooer is trampling?
OK, maybe I'll let y'all google for The Great Gazoo! LOL
And I'm gonna have to google to try to answer Rock's question!
Lol, I remember the great Gonzo...
Isn't Gonzo a Muppet, Soul? A "funny looking bird"? I went to the translator.
It came out grappig uitziende vogel. I think vogel is Deutsch for bird. In the
Magic Flute, the baritone sings, "Ein Vogelfanger bin ich" to let us know that
he's a bird catcher.
Did you know Mozart and Handel were born in the same year? The only other such
musical coincidence occurred over a century later when Wagner and Verdi were born
in the same year. This year is their 200th birthday.
Yes the Great Gonzo is a muppet
Vogel is both Dutch and German for bird. Yeah I remember the vogelvanger, a group of friends we have sang and played that song in a rat version as a sketch one time.
I didn't know about them great composers being born in the same year. 200 years huh, I guess we have to keep our eye out for any musical babies being born around now then
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