Friday, April 10, 2009

Funny Friday

This was done for a T-Mobile Commercial, but they really did this at a Liverpool Train Station. It apparently took 8 months of preparation to pull this off.


If you like that one, here's one they did in a Belgium Train Station. I'd tell you more, but the video description is written in Flemish, and I don't speak Flemish. I do however, have a Flemish Giant Bunny. Maybe I should ask him to translate for me.



13 comments:

  1. ugh. I'm at work so the videos won't play...I've seen that first one before, though. I would have LOVED to have been in that station when they did it! SO FUN!!!

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  2. I don't have that much coordination in my little pinky. I wanted to stand up and cheer too.

    Happy GOOD Friday! :)

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  3. oh my goodness, those are so great. I cannot wait to show the boys!

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  4. Oh I love Julie Andrews!! I loved that song while growing up. They rocked it. OMG!

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  5. Those were great!! Have you ever seen the video on YouTube with the 500 people who froze at Grand Central Station for 5 minutes? That one is amazing. You should search for it.

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  6. so awesome. I just posted the second one on my blog a few days ago - love it.

    I also really like that one with the frozen people at Grand Central, though it lacks the joy of these...

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  7. Speaking of your giant bunny... I've been missing seeing his giant face here. Pictures and status update on Hagrid, please? :)

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  8. Cool, but I have to agree that I want to see more picture of my favorite big bunny!

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  9. How fun! Both of those made me cry...I have no idea why. Surprise performances like that are so creative. I wish I could have been there!

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  10. Hi Julie,
    Although it's been some time since I've left a comment you really taunted me with the flemish video. Here is your translation:
    "Searching For Maria is going to begin on VTM (a TV station) and now everybody in Antwerp knows it. Around 200 dancers turned the station on it's head."

    I lived in Belgium (Flanders) for 10 years!

    Come visit me over at www.daklife.blogspot.com sometime.

    take care,
    elaine

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  11. Impressive. How fun would that have been to be there when they were filming that? I can't believe that got all that to work... and no one stole a dancer's belongings ;)

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  12. AAAHH! That second one makes me SO happy :) I LOVE the Sound of Music!

    Just think how many problems could be solved by a little dancing...I mean, it puts everyone in a better mood :)

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  13. Those were so cool!!! The Sound of Music is my all time favorite. We watched it this past weekend when it was on tv. I'm totally going to steal these and put them on my blog.

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