128th Temporal Tuesday - 13 December

History_Singers: Germans and Brits sing the same song across a hospital corridor during #WWII. #TemporalTues #LiliMarlene Your Hit Parade

History_Singers: Scarlett and Rhett waltz to a song in 4/4 time. Huh? Actual mega-hit of the #CivilWar #TemporalTues #GWTW Yout Hit Parade

History_Singers: Just listened to #BeingForTheBenefitofMrKite and had to turn over the #record. #TemporalTues #Beatles #SgtPepper Your Hit Parade

fangarius: The Inquisitor's going through the Chronosphere pretending to be the Ghost of Christmas Future to those Scrooges through Time #TemporalTues

vonHogflume: #TemporalTues 1577, Plymouth - Saw Sir Francis Drake's fleet depart at the start of his circumnavigation of the world. His ship was Pelican.

ZAmmi: Sounding It Out sings Gower Wassail Foldedol fol dedoldedol fol dedoldedol fol dedol dedi #temporaltues off 18thC carolsingin to record their jaunty song

ZAmmi: A-wassail, a-wassail thruout all the town Our cup it is white & our ale it is brown Our wassail is made o the good ale & cake #temporaltues

ZAmmi: Some nutmeg and ginger, the best you can bake.. #temporaltues They all seem a bit tipsy.. They're swaying keeps bumping into my hidden mic!

ZAmmi: @explodingdragon yoo poot in zee custoomes,und a guud peench ooff cheer,pup it in zee teememechine-a,&zee red boottun heetten! #temporaltues

@ExplodingDragon: @ZAmmi Up til the temporal tues hashtag I thought you were doing a swedish chef impression.

ZAmmi: @explodingdragon Bork bork bork #temporaltues

@RyanosaurusRex: @ExplodingDragon Just my thought! @zammi

ZAmmi: @RyanosaurusRex what do the Swedish think of the Swedish Chef? /cc @ExplodingDragon

@ZAmmi: @ExplodingDragon :D maybe we should get the Swedish Chef to give @Wendell_Howe his recipe ;)

ExplodingDragon: @ZAmmi *sniggers* That's brilliant.

@Wendell_A_Howe: Does your Wassail recipe include tea? @ZAmmi @ExplodingDragon

ZAmmi: @Wendell_A_Howe I'm sure Victorian carollers were offered tea when they went door to door ;) @ExplodingDragon

ZAmmi: @Wendell_A_Howe In the 18th C, tea was drunk in an evening, after supper- unlike Victorian tradition. So it'd be on tap! @ExplodingDragon

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