Stu Francis - Ooh I Could Crush A Grape FLAC album
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I Could Crush A Grape. Label: Tembo Records – TML105. Format: Vinyl, 45 RPM, 7", Picture Sleeve. Ooh I Could Crush A Grape (7", Single). Topaz Records (6). TPZ 50. UK. 1983.
I could crush a grape!!. Other variations included: I could pop a balloon, I could rip a tissue, I could jump of a doll's house, I could wrestle an action man, I could duff a daffodil and I could test drive a Tonka, I could pummel a peach, I could eat a whole sausage roll. Another catchphrase was There's points to be won, and there are penalties to pay! used on Crackerjack's final game Take A Chance, where the "penalty" was a gunging to either an unfortunate celebrity and/or to Francis himself.
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Now the BBC is reviving the classic children’s television show Crackerjack. Presenters included Michael Aspel, Ed Stewart and Stu Francis, who popularised the catchphrase Ooh, I could crush a grape. Scottish cabaret act The Krankies became a staple in the early 80s. Comedy performers including Peter Glaze and Bernie Clifton who careered around the studio riding his toy ostrich, Oswald.
Random Memory: Last time that happened I’d gone to see the live version of Crackerjack, and Stu ‘Ooh, I could crush a grape’ Francis slapped me on the back of the head because I was being too cool (or lazy) to sing the Agadoo song. He ran away and I retaliated by hitting him on the run with a toilet roll which just happened to be to hand from an earlier competition. On arrival at Chicago I was greeted with the transfers hub, centered around a large McDonalds, with a smaller McDonalds branch about half way down every spur, so you’re never more than 30 seconds from the nearest burger
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Just in case you're not from the fair shores of England, probably best I explain why the name 'Ooh, I could crush a grape'. Originally one of many catchphrases of children's TV presenter Stu Francis, it was used by him to communicate either excitement or anger If I like it, it'll go here. If I hate it, it'll go here. Knowing my disposition, expect plenty of hate and very little else.
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