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I wish VeggieTales were around when I was a kid. They are so cute and I absolutely L0VE the fact that they are teaching little kids so much about God and bible stories. The kids in the children's church at my church know the words to these silly songs by heart, and can sing along and enjoy these tapes over and over again. I think their hilarious, and I'm past that little-kid humor. I think even adults could enjoy this with their kids. So, get your kids away from that Pokemon crap and buy them a VeggieTales tape (preferably this one:Very Silly Songs) I promise you'll be pleasantly surprised at how great they are!
Having been told about this by most of my friends, sent samples and
even looked up the lyrics, I was ready to be impressed when I
eventually borrowed the tape.
First of all, don't expect the program to make sense, or to be serious. The title says it all- these are silly songs, not modern psalms. A dancing cucumber (see how gracefully he moves!) and a tomato called Bob cannot be taken seriously anyway, so if you aren't silly yourself you probably wouldn't enjoy this.
However, many of the songs do have a point, and get the message across very well. And so what if half the cast can't sing in tune- it's a singalong: drown them out! And, most importantly, it's hysterically funny. Larry is a sweet, ridiculous cucumber who always seems to get things wrong. Bob tries to make sense out of everything, without much success. Add to this duo a lost hairbrush, a chocolate bunny and Pirates who Don't Do Anything, and you have a fun, lighthearted film.
What I enjoy so much of Veggitales is not the wonderful and delightful
stories told by Bob the Tomato an Larry the Cucumber (well, ok, I love the
stories too) but what makes Veggitales really entertaining are the
infamous...the awe inspiring...SILLY SONGS! These little intermission
fillers (intermission on a 30 minute show?) are not Grammy material and
wont make it on the Billboard Charts...but by GOD they are hillarious.
will love them because they are...well...silly. Adults will love them too
because not only are they silly, but the guys at Big Idea are the masters
the hidden joke or allusion that only the adults would understand and
No, its not like the sick people over at Disney, these guys do it while
keeping the high moral standards the Veggietales try to
Did I mention that Silly Songs were silly?
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