Y is for the Young Ones
I absolutely loved this show. It was a British sitcom which first hit our screens in 1982 with all the subtlety of a bull in a china shop. It had such a big impact on me that I hadn't realised, until I googled it for this post, that they only made 2 series, a total of 12 episodes. I still quote some of their catchphrases to this day ... like, "Have we got a video?" and "You complete and utter bastard!" ... which is kinda random as no-one in California knows what the hell I am going on about and just look at me like I am some kind of weirdo with a bad case of Tourette's.
Here is a compliation of some of the sillier bits:
Y is also for Yob
Did you know that Yob was derived from boy backwards? This boy looks like he's going to grow up to be a first class yob.
Y is also for Yowie
Yowie is another name for a little ewe. Thought a pic of something cute was needed after that delightful little boy.
Y is also for Yogibogeybox
A Yogibogeybox are materials used by a spiritualist. What a fabulous word. I am going to use this in casual conversation this weekend and see if anyone knows what the hell I'm talking about.
Y is also for Yippeeeee!
Because it's the weekend and only one more letter and we are done with this A-Z Challenge. It has been great but I must admit to looking forward to a little down time.
How excited are you to see the end of April? What have been the best bits for you?