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amunette

LG - the paradox
« on: September 14, 2008 »
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  • After reading on here how the majority would like LG to go/stay "up-market" I found it quite funny to see  the very "up market" act of MR BEEP BEEP and HIS DANCING POODLES on at the Wine Bar!!!

    Surely this act is more at home in PDLA, where the lower end of the market hang out LOL.(no disrespect to Mr Beep Beep or his poodles intended)

    Offline Mr Max

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    Re: LG - the paradox
    « Reply #1 on: September 15, 2008 »
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  • Excellent point - well made

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    I suppose my drag act is a non starter?

    amunette

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  • LOL, nothing wrong with a good drag act, but there again I love PDLA!!!!!!!

    Eric the king

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  • mr beep beep may not be to everyones taste but to people like me who have children its nice to be able to go out for a meal as a family and see your child being entertained, if some people on this message board had there way Los Gigantes would indeed turn into Gods waiting room.
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    Re: LG - the paradox
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  • the last time we saw mr beep beep, 'puppy' and the other one went a little haywire after eating too many chicken nuggats from under the tables.....  great fun, even the kids loved it!! ;D :D  mr beep beep was not impressed i think.....

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  • Janey
    Are you sure it wasn't Parrot nuggets!!!

    flossie

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  • I think you're all barking!  ;D ;D
    It's great that there is a good variation in entertainment from prancin' puppies to rock bands like "It's Immaterial"  it means that there truely is entertainment for everyone.   

    MR MAN

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  • I must defend Mr BEEP BEEP and his dancing poodles we are talking about a very upmarket show, these aren't mongrels or stray dogs these are as you say up market dogs and should not be confused with the as you say lower market Arthur and his breakdancing ferrets.
    Have just had some Friends staying at the lower market Mediterranean palace and we ate in the lower market teppenyaki and then sipped down market drinks at Harry's and finished of at the lowermarket  Magic club.
    Next time the show is on i will check for the right kind of people to make sure no vagabonds or people with tattoos or anybody just wishing to entertain there children while they are on holiday try to enter the premises and i will only accept people who seem deemed fit to enter the establishment, maybe ammunette could give me a few tips on how to run a correct door policy because i wouldn't want anybody to slip through the net and enjoy themselves while not looking the part.
    OH AMMUNETTE HOW THE OTHER HALF MUST LIVE  and all the time there i was trying to entertain family's over the summer holidays when really i should be looking  for more snobbish material to satisfy the majority i wish i had known this before the night in question so i could have told the minority of a  106 people who booked that evening in a quiet august that things might get rough in the winebar that evening and that the management cannot be held responsible for children laughing, loud applause and god help us people having a good night out  on there holidays
     P.S They definitely weren't parrot nuggets because we slowly roasted  him.

    amunette

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  • LOL Mr Man!!  I think LG needs more stuff like Mr BeepBeep, let's start a "down market LG" campaign so we can drive out all the snobby whiners who feel they are so much above the average PDLA tourist.

    Stock the clothes shops with realistically priced clothes, add an arcade, decent playground and get rid of the whole outdated notion LG is akin to Monte Carlo and make it a decent middle range holiday spot with Mr Beep Beep and poodles and suchlike acts abundant to keep our littlies happy.

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    Re: LG - the paradox
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  • hey mr man, whilst you are in las americas, bring back a few singers and musicians from san eugenio will you? could do with some decent singers/musicians in LG......  just for a change, like..... then you will be packed all week!

    MR MAN

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  • Janey i have tried to get a few different acts from Las Americas but it's not  worthwhile financially for these acts to come to l.g for one show when they can do 2 or 3 in one night and be paid a lot more money.
    I am in the process of training a goat at the moment to do a fireeating act, he has singed his beard a few times but i think were making progress and yes if anybody is worried about the goats welfare i am using unleaded petrol while we perfect  our little extravaganza got to go can smell wires burning.

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    Re: LG - the paradox
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  • Maybe Amunette would be good at acting the goat!!

    NIDGE

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  • Mr Man, its a shame you can not convince a few local acts to Go to Las Americas and replace them with your talented Animals. I'm sure they would sound better than some of them !!!!  ;)

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  • how very true!  las americas doesnt know what it is missing!! i knew someone would come up with the answer.......

    i am sure  domingoes could donate many an act in kindness......

    amunette

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    Maybe Amunette would be good at acting the goat!!

    LOL, If it meant bums on seats, then I most certainly would!!! And as a Capricorn(goat) what could be more fitting ;)

    gavznuff

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  • I'm sure I saw the Grim Reaper buying a cake at Bamboo.... :D