What’s The Opposite Of A Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster?

Time once more for an episode of setisoppO, the podcast in which we work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite. This time round, we ponder on the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster, on Spackle, and on YouTube.

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In case you need to know what a Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster is, here’s a handy primer.

And continuing my assertion that all adverts from the 1980s are absolutely terrifying, here’s one for PolyFilla.

If you want to see the first ever video uploaded to YouTube, you’re in luck.

What’s The Opposite Of A Volcano?

Let’s wander over to the podcast again, you know the one, wherein we work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite. It’s called setisoppO. I’m sure I must have mentioned it before. Anyway, on this one we work out the opposite of a volcano, the opposite of water, and the opposite of turquoise.

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We briefly talk about these shows.

What’s the opposite of …

So here it comes again, another new episode of setisoppO, the podcast where we work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite. And this week, we ponder on the opposite of pro-wrestling, of door hinges, and of pain killers.

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In case you are wondering what we are on about at the start, it’s this.

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Screaming Yellow Zonkers

As part of this week’s setisoppO, I had to learn about Screaming Yellow Zonkers. But before we get onto that, here’s the latest episode of the podcast where we work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite. We also ponder on dressage, and short shorts (we like short shorts).

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We talk about how pretty the packaging is for Screaming Yellow Zonkers, but when we recorded I hadn’t had a look at the TV advertising. Check this out.

No idea why, but this really reminds me of Dr Goldfoot And The Bikini Machine.

Adverts in the 60s were far from subtle.

What’s The Opposite Of Pac-Man?

Time once again to direct you towards my podcast, setisoppO, wherein we work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite. This week, that means we make rulings on Pac-Man, on carrots, and on baked beans on toast (brand not specified).

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