Robertson 'Bunny' Hare ; British comedian ; b. 1891 d. 1979 ; uttered after his pants were forcibly removed from him (to prevent his going to the police, or whatnot) -- 8 performances a week for one year each in 'A Night Like This' (1931) and 'Aren't Men Beasts' (1936 ; film 1937). I believe it was fit into many other of his rôles, however. On YouTube there is a clip from c. 1959 of Sid James (another well-known comedian of the 'Golden Age') interviewing Bunny Hare ; Bunny is enticed to utter his catch-phrase. The clip is filed under 'Aren't Men Beasts', unless memory fails me.
The phrase oh bugger means that something was hard or the task was difficult.
Oh Homer! is probably Marge's most known catchphrase.
it is about a girl who is growing up and maturing as her life goes on but she still dreams about being a kid and having an imagination like paradise only she eventually finds out that life has obstacles and once you get around them life can be paradise
It's Tarzan Boy from Baltimora. I love that song!
Yu-Gi-Oh Zexal - 2011 Sphere Cube Calamity Part I was released on: USA: 12 October 2013
Yu-Gi-Oh Zexal - 2011 Sphere Cube Calamity Part II was released on: USA: 19 October 2013
"You say he's just a friend" by Biz Markie.
You can catch a Ho-Oh at Navel Rock in Pokemon FireRed.
"Wow!" is an English equivalent of the French phrase "oh-lÃƒ -lÃƒ ."Specifically, the French phrase is an exclamation of surprise. The pronunciation is "oh-lah-lah."
You can catch ho-oh at navel rock if you have a mystic ticket if you don't have the ticket you can get a ho-oh from Pokemon colosseum instead.
You catch Ho-oh in Colluseum and you trade it to the GBA game, and then you migrate.
throw a pokéball
you have to catch and purify every shadow Pokemon in the game and then ho oh will join your team
Each word is one syllable, so there are three syllables in the phrase. Oh - my - gosh.
Ho-oh is unobtainable in Platinum.