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HISTORY CHALLENGE: ENDURING FICTIONAL CHARACTERS

My great-nephew is three today. At this point, his favourite fictional characters are Peter Rabbit and Thomas the Tank Engine. If three-year-olds cared about such things (which they don’t), he would doubtless be surprised to learn that they are both older than great-auntie. 77 more words

HISTORY HAPPENINGS

Meet The YouTuber Who Writes Weird New Lyrics To Classic TV Theme Songs


Since 2010, YouTuber Jeffrey Davis has been rewriting classic TV theme songs with his own strange and irreverent lyrics.

Davis got the idea to share his songs online when he was watching… 292 more words

Web Culture

Cake Thomas dan angry bird - ARSYIL

Kue ulang tahun dengan tema Cake Thomas dan angry bird model ini mulai dari ukuran 15, daftar harga kue ulang tahun dan ukuran http://coklatchiccake.com/daftar-harga-2

Terbuat dari kue yang dipahat,no styrofoam. 16 more words

Thomas The Tank Engine

Happy 70th birthday Thomas! 10 facts about the little blue engine

He may be 70 this year, but Thomas the Tank Engine’s smile and famous blue paint hasn’t faded one bit!

Created by Reverend Wilbert Awdry to entertain his son while he had the measles, Thomas made his debut in The Railway Series of books in 1946. 245 more words

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Cake Thomas - ZHIO

Kue ulang tahun Cake Thomas model ini mulai dari ukuran 15 cm, daftar harga kue ulang tahun dan ukuran http://coklatchiccake.com/daftar-harga-2

Terbuat dari kue yang dipahat,no styrofoam. 16 more words

Thomas The Tank Engine

Stay until your love is, Alive and kicking

Thomas the Tank Engine sucks. These trains are bunch of passive aggressive jerks,” a Word of the Day at Dictionary.com – bucolic: of, pertaining to, or suggesting an idyllic rural life said. 135 more words

Tautology

'The Railway Series' at 70: still crossing the points to new generations

The year is 1945. VE Day marks the end of World War II, actor Martin Shaw and singer songwriter legend Van Morrison are both born. And in May of that year, on exactly this week, the first in a new series of books for children called ‘The Railway Series’, charting the lives of a team of steam locomotives on a fictional island somewhere in the Irish Sea, written by a Hampshire based vicar to entertain his young son who had the measles, was published. 750 more words

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