Monday chuckles

13 Responses to Monday chuckles

  1. Grace says:

    Now you are sending me over to Youtube to look for more Victor Borge – I remember him from when I was a kid and he was always on The Ed Sullivan Show…

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  2. Sue Cass says:

    My late husband would just crack up laughing when we would watch Victor Borge. We loved him. Thanks for sharing and a great memory.

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  3. jenny_o says:

    What a talented pianist, and what a fun way to show it 😀

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  4. Corrie.S.P. says:

    That was pretty awesome🤣

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  5. egorr says:

    Liberace was good, but Victor could always bring the house down – when he wanted to play seriously, he could, but his antics were better!

    Never got to see him in person, more’s the pity!!

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  6. Borge was the best! And now I’ll be also be bothered by the Arkansas/Kansas problem.

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  7. Love love love this man!

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  8. red says:

    He joked in an interview (it may be on you tube) he developed his skills in comedy while on the run from nazis. That the nazis wanted him so badly they invaded nation after nation to try to get him. He spent most of that time playing in beer halls and concerts where he lambasted the nazis thru his music. Doing that, he encouraged a backlash at the nazis and was more of a player in WWII than he lets on. May we meet at the Gates (of Heaven)!

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  9. An all time favorite. We could use a guy like him today.

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