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All these adults that keep complaining about how childish Dick and Dom in Da Bungalow is, really all you need to do is change the channel! After all the show is aimed at 6-12 year olds and all of the people this age, that i know, happen to love it. It's not a show to educate, it's a show for children to laugh at which i think works. It seems to me that there are a lot of miserable adults, maybe even slightly jealous adults, out there, who need to find something else to have a go about. The show is watched by young and old and some of the games may have risqué names but the children don't see this until people start making a fuss over it and pointing it out. Part of the show is obviously for the older viewer, who can appreciate a sense of humour/jokey side to some of the games titles.
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