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12-04-2009, 12:50 AM

The correct answer has been mentioned somewere in the comments more than once


1: only one fruit or veg per comment
2: it has to be a entered as a comment on the 400 subs who'da thunk it video
3: as many entries as you like
4: the people who have already commented count (but was it the mystery veg?)
5: comment must be posted before 23:59 23/12/09 gmt
6: you must be subbed to me( you can sub then enter )
7: all correct entries will go into a hat and drawn on christmas eve at 20:00 gmt

prize , the george formby album songbook ITS UKULELE HISTORY

songs include
leaning on a lamp post
hitting the high spots now
count your blessings and smile
frigid air fanny
good night little fellow good night
swinging along singing a song

printed by campbell , connelly and co.ltd
10 denmark st lonndon wc2l

the newest date i can find in it is 1939
but it is at least 38 years old as it is priced in old money

i reckon it is over 60 years old

i tried to find it on google but could not get any info...it could be rare!

good luck

12-05-2009, 12:25 PM
Its there somewhere

remember i am english so some of those american names mean nothining to me
ie squash , zuzhini, cumkwhaaaat? What on earth ????

English fuit or veg is a clue

12-05-2009, 12:35 PM

courgette = zucchini


12-05-2009, 10:48 PM

courgette = zucchini


cheers JT

im not a very good vegetarian , its only been 20 years

12-24-2009, 10:20 AM
The mystery fruit or veg was a sprout

the first correct answer out of the best hat in the world was from


so plinth (great word) drop me an email with an address on it and i will send you the George Formby songbook



01-12-2010, 11:53 AM
Plinth is a great word isn't it. In fact its my favourite word, hence the name. Wow I didn't realise you were a fellow vegetarian too. Thats 2 ukulele playing vegetarians I've found on here this week!
Great book by the way, I can now see how good George must really have been with all those chord changes! It takes about an hour to learn one bar!