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(NPR)   The Mummenschanz Mimes are celebrating their 40th anniversary and are embarking on a tour across the US for some reason   ( divider line
    More: Silly, Mummenschanz Mimes, Mummenschanz, Muppet Show, Kermit the Frog  
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2013-01-06 06:33:34 PM  
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studebaker hoch: [ image 850x283]

// There's an xkcd for everything.

xkcd != pbf
2013-01-06 04:03:09 PM  
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Mummenschanz was awesomely surreal. And I'm surprised there's been no pics yet.

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2013-01-06 03:44:51 PM  
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theorellior: I thought the giant slinky act was amusingly surreal when I was a kid. I think they guest-starred on Sesame Street a few times and I though it was pretty cool, probably because it reminded me of the original Mahnah-Mahnah short with the slinky caterpillar. I also remember the Notepad People act and thought that was awesome.

I was a weird kid.

No, I think we were okay. The Muppet Show episode with them was fantastic.

I'm betting all the complainers here are just bratty Millennials who are thinking of white makeup and invisible boxes.
2013-01-06 03:44:13 PM  
1 vote:
Those things scared the crap out of me when I was a kid.
2013-01-06 03:33:24 PM  
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Shields at maximum Yarnell!
2013-01-06 01:01:54 PM  
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Gawd Almighty, I found them extremely annoying even when I was a child.  Even worse than normal mimes.  I can't imagine actually paying to sit through a performance now.
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