A London Double Decker Bus Doing Pressups?

Submitted by: Buiadh 5 years ago in Weird

No, really!
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Male 653
@robosnitz Press ups. One lies on ones front and presses ones hands against the floor and straighten one`s arms. It`s calisthenics, a good form of excercise. I suppose you don`t have that on your side of the pond?
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Male 653
@DromEd Yes, we are also a nation of fatties, but the Americans take it to another level. We haven`t the space in this country for plenty of proper fat people. As for Top Gear, nah. It wouldn`t involve the presenters at all.
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Male 2,737
Press-ups?
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Male 2,719
I find it funny..the UK attitude towards fat Americans. Because The UK ain`t that far behind.

This is the kind of stunt that Top Gear might think of and then quickly dismiss as completely daft. Like the unfunny bus.
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Male 128
can`t wait. The torch went past my house today in Ally Pally
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Male 5,186
Two days to go. London .
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Male 653
@McGovern We already have to some extent. Free for hardcore epileptics and those over 60. Hence the lack of spare cash for such decadent luxuries as molar omnibuses.
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Male 14,331
@FredSpudman

Socialize bus care!!!
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Male 7,123
Push-ups?
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Male 653
@McGovern Alas, we are an impoverished people. We have no wealth to spare on bus teeth and bus dentists.
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Male 550
Why do these negative comments come from US?

Oh, it`s because of the 0:48 statement.

No i won`t repeat it.
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Male 2,862
Not a London bus, it`s from the Isle of Wight. Trust me I know. I have the horrible feeling I`m old enough to have travelled on it.
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Male 14,331
Should`ve made a bus that brushes it teeth and follows a path to a dentist.
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Male 621
Very Monty Python
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Male 2,551
marcus2 - Really? I`ve never called them that, or heard them be called that.
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Male 40,560

"What a powerful statement. . . What does it mean?"
LOL
If you don`t understand it, how do you know it`s a "powerful statement" ?

It`s a sideshow...not art.
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Male 677
@ TruTenrMan
Yeah, In England we call them press-ups.
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Male 130
What he ment to say is ``because i can``
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Male 4,745
"It`s actually meant for fat Americans."
LOL!
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Male 2,552
"Pressup" must be a European thing?
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Male 6,737
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