Very British! Memorable Images 1
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The Grand Howl
Start squatted hands between feet All Cubs: Ah--kay-la!--We-e-e-e-ll do-o-o-o o-o-u-u-r BEST. Spring to feet with two fingers of each hand pointing upwards at each side of head, to look like two wolf's ears. Leading Cub: Dyb -- dyb -- dyb -- dyb (Meaning Do Your Best) After the fourth 'dyb' each Cub drops his left hand smartly to his side, and spreads his fingers into the salute with his right hand, and squeals All Cubs: We-e-ell and barks All Cubs: Dob -- dob -- dob -- dob (Meaning Do Our Best) On the fourth 'dob' each Cub drops his right hand smartly to his side, and is now standing at the alert waiting for further orders.
Buzby

Buzby, the multi-coloured bird, was the hero of a long running British Post Office Telephones publicity drive during the late 1970's to early 1980's. He appeared in a series of television commercials where his punch line was "Make Someone Happy". The television commercials featured the British character actor Bernard Cribbens as Buzby's voice. There was an extensive poster and billboard promotion of which the above are just a small part.The campaign attracted a great deal of publicity at the time, with the public either loving Buzby (the majority) or loathing him (The minority).

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