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    lolz

    i don't get why some people think british are "uppity"

    how the heck can brits be "uppity" with #1 singles like this???

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    That is quite embarrassing.
    To be fair, any list of #1 singles is going to reflect English, rather than UK tastes. And we all know when the English aren't being uppity they are being muppety.
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    There was some scary stuff in there but these took me to a happy place

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    Than I got bored and stopped looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    Than I got bored and stopped looking.
    That's better than me, i got bored before even clicking on the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    That's better than me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    JEFFSTER SAYS I'M BETTER THAN HIM
    My milkshake is still better than yours, though.
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    I keep thinking these should be personals... but enjoyable nonetheless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    That is quite embarrassing.
    To be fair, any list of #1 singles is going to reflect English, rather than UK tastes. And we all know when the English aren't being uppity they are being muppety.

    To be fair it's mainly 12 year old girls that buy singles, so I don't think it has anything to do with English, Welsh, Scottish or Irish cultural preferences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed111 View Post
    To be fair it's mainly 12 year old girls that buy singles, so I don't think it has anything to do with English, Welsh, Scottish or Irish cultural preferences.
    I used to think this too, but I asked both my teenage nieces back when they were around 12 whether they listened to *give examples of whatever is at the top of the the charts*... *cue distraught facial expressions, wails of "NOOOOO!"*. I think the kids buying this crap are mostly even younger than that except for the socially/developmentally delayed ones. My experience from working with them suggests that the most important demographic otherwise is Special *ahem* adults. Oh, and there's a certain sort of British (or maybe as you suggest, Bluemonday, English ) male in his late teens or twenties who buys the annoying novelty singles (eg Crazy Frog) to demonstrate his true lameness to all amuse his friends with his inventive wit. I suspect that these three groups by themselves are more than capable of fuelling chart singles sales of, umm, what was it again...? <<<<<<<<<<< than they used to be, that's for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    I did. But have you *listened* to the Mr Blobby one? For more than a few seconds?
    No, but when I go home tonight...


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