Smile, It’s Friday

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Friday 28 February, 2014 by Uncle Spike

640px-Benny_Hill

Hey you, yes you!
It’s Frrrriiday!!

Here’s a vid to brighten your weekend. It’s a mashup from Jesse Reinier Nieuwenhuijzen who brilliantly has added The Benny Hill Theme (“Yakaty Sax”) to some footage from a Dutch rave. The timing synch is absolutely spot on 😀

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15 thoughts on “Smile, It’s Friday

  1. Ninna says:

    OHHHH! Long time, no seen!

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  2. bikerchick57 says:

    I miss Benny Hill. He was a hoot.

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  3. cisforcathy says:

    This music added to anything is pretty brilliant, thanks for the share!

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  4. John says:

    Thanks, Spike, these old bones are ready to go now!

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  5. Thanks Uncle Spike. It’s 6:25 am, sun is not up yet, and coffee is only half drunk. Usually too early for me to smile but here I am smiling. And after I finish this comment I’m going back to watch it again. 🙂

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