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This short instructs children on how to best behave in a lunchroom situation.
I wonder if Democrats have ever been exposed to good behavior.
i used to be a huge fan of this one channel on VaughnTV and he played stuff like this---chatting was a blast--but then as i got to know the caster he would send me a picture of himself....and then he sent me a picture of 'her'self.
it takes all kinds.....i guess.anyhoo--thanx for uploading this. i miss this stuff!
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Phil did not smear peanut butter on his bread and stick it to the bottom of the table like Mr. Bungles, Phil was a very courteous young fella.
Phil knew a Mr. Bungle wouldn't have many friends. He wouldn't want to be like Mr. Bungle.
It's a shame that I can't hear the transatlantic accent in the 21st century. It only exists in vintage videos.
Pretty typical 1960s instructional movie; I remember dozens like it when I was in elementary school~
Commendable behaviour but a bit of a stretch to call it fun! The kids seemed to be having much more fun laughing at Mr. Bungle being an idiot!
Okay everybody, be nice. I REMEMBER that video from the First Time it was shown, as in I was there...in the classroom....#godimold ;)
Reminds me of Goofus and Gallant.
Pretty good 👍
yayyy! Now do Reefer Madness =O
I could swear I had to watch this as a kid. I think a lot of folks now could use a refresher.
Wierd, I watched the whole thing. lol
Mr. Bungle needs to make a reappearance.
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