Blue Riband advert

The advert showed a guy strumming a guitar and singing (out of tune)...

#I've got those, can't get enough of those Blue Riband blues... Blue Riband's the wafer I really love. I've got those... can't get enough of those Bluuuuuueeeeeeeeee..... # (cue wife type person with a Blue Riband) "Oh, thank you!"

Nickie

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Wasn't it the family dog that brought him the biscuit on a plate held in his mouth, rather than his wife handing it to him??
Roxxy16-Feb-2012, 11:47:00 AM


These are the correct lyrics. I've got those, cant get enough of those, Blue Riband blues, Blue Riband's the wafer biscuit I always choose, When my woman treats me right, she buys me Blue Riband wafer biscuits, crisp and light, I got those... can t get enough of those BLUUUUe.......... Oh, thank you
Laura Maguire10-Jun-2007, 10:36:38 AM


To "Bob" - it's the first one. Definitely not the 2nd. Remember 1/2 pence MoJos?
Seany11-Aug-2006, 09:24:13 AM


I reckon he turned up on "are you being served" as mr Spooner. This was late on in the series after Trevor "Mr Lucas" Bannister had left.
danno05-Aug-2006, 11:10:13 PM


I think the full song was....... I got those, Can't get enough of those Blue Riband blues. Blue Ribands the milk chocolate covered wafer biscuit I always choose. (sung fast to get it all in!) If my woman treat me right, She gets me that wafer biscuit so crisp and light. I've got those, can't get enough of those Blue Riband...oh thank you I know it's sad that I remembered this but.........
Brooky03-Jul-2006, 02:20:00 PM


Can you help settle an argument - how as the "riband" pronounced - with the "b" belonging to the 1st (rib-and) or 2nd (ri-band) syllable?
Bob05-Jul-2005, 09:49:46 PM


i remember this advert the man singing was a 60s singer called mike berry
dave18-May-2005, 08:53:58 PM


I don't remember the advert at all, but at infant and junior school, they were a staple part of my lunch diet! That or a 54321...
Gemma Sweeney27-Jan-2005, 08:47:13 PM


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