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Wow! Sorry but I remember this from when I was little and watching the likes of the Magic Roundabout. There was the adorable Parsley the lion, "I'm a very friendly lion called Parsley, with a tail for doing jobs of every kind, but I mustn't treat it roughly or too harshly, for it's such a useful thing to have behind." And Dill a semi-mad (hyper) dog, Sage a moody owl and Bayleaf the fussy gardener.
I LOVED THIS SHOW!
If you like Paddington and the Magic Roundabout, find a copy of this and watch it!!!
It really was just so funny and cute and I saw a tee-shirt with Parsley on and the memories flooded back!
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