What’s The Opposite Of A Shrubbery?

Time then for another episode of setisoppO, the podcast where we work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite. This week, it’s the turn of Kerplunk, skin, and shrubberies.

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We discuss something I’ve not seen before, and it turns out the game is called Tumblin’ Monkeys.

Here’s an early ad for Kerplunk.

Would You Like To Swing On a Star?

Here’s the latest episode of setisoppO, the podcast where we work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite. This week, we discuss the opposite of placemats, saying thank you, and health and safety.

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At one point, for no given reason, I break out into song (sorry). It’s because I was remembering a morning show I used to watch on ITV quite a bit, called Out Of This World. When I tried to describe this show to someone recently, he thought I was definitely describing Sabrina The Teenage Witch, but it was this.

What’s The Opposite Of Worf?

So, here comes another new episode of setisoppO, the podcast in which we work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite. This week, we tackle the thorny subjects of The Smurfs, Ed Miliband’s shoes, and Worf, from Star Trek.

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Part of our conversation centres around the way Will Riker gets into chairs.

And how this relates to the way President Bartlet puts on his jacket.

And if you’re wondering why Martin Sheen does that, here’s why.