Im just writing a panto script of Cinderella. I really want to give the ugly sisters comedy names but i cant come up with anything!! Ideas Please!
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14-03-2005 02:00 PM #1Incredible Poster
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Ugly sister panto....
14-03-2005 02:36 PM #2
Hmmm they always seem to be called Griselda and Dierdre but that's not really that funny is it?
14-03-2005 02:41 PM #3
My main comedy names are Bostwick and Bostetta - except Bostwick is meant to be the guys name.
That doesnt help...! I'll have a think for you!!'You can't cage my lyrics!'
14-03-2005 03:27 PM #4Incredible Poster
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Need as many ideas as possible!!
Only ones ive heard is Pansy and Hollyhock.
Or Ivy and Holly.
Lavitia and Potterina Lavvy and Potty for short. BUt not really finding them overly funny!!
14-03-2005 03:57 PM #5
How about a bit of london humour!!
Make them out to be like rude girls called:
Marsheeka and Tameka
Me and a few friends did a similar sort of thing and the whole rude london girl thing worked really well!!I may not agree with what you have to say, but i'll defend to the death the right you have to say it!!
14-03-2005 04:21 PM #6
Pierre and Jean Claude.
Running my rig in a mighty high gear,
I don't care where I go, so long as it ain't here,
If something gets in my way, you know I'm gonna ram her,
Nobody fools around with this gear jammer.
14-03-2005 05:06 PM #7
Bill and ben ;<Wyetry is technically my sister.
"I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I
I took the one less travelled by,
And that has made all the difference."
Rest in peace Jake, doing the agadoo in a better place.
"Save my soul and shit on my face." - RubberSkin.
14-03-2005 05:19 PM #8Originally Posted by Dr Pirate"Those of you in the cheaper seats clap your hands, those of you in the more expensive ones rattle your jewellery."
14-03-2005 05:23 PM #9Originally Posted by piccolo
14-03-2005 06:03 PM #10
Bernadette.Sic hoc adfixum in obice legere potes, et liberaliter educatus et nimis propinquus ades