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Song Parodies -> "Twin Core Twin Core Little Phone"

Original Song Title:

"Twinkle Twinkle Little Star"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Twin Core Twin Core Little Phone"

Parody Written by:

Phil Alexander

The Lyrics

Twin core, twin core little phone
Want you for my very own
Using up the power so fast
Half an hour your batt'ries last
Twin core, twin core little phone
Now I find your fuse has blown

Twin core, twin core little phone
With your sexy ringing tone
Thought that you were *the* dog's balls
But you're crap for making calls
Twin core, twin core little phone
Why you crash is still unknown

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Pacing: 3.7
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Overall Rating: 3.3

Total Votes: 3

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Old Man Ribber - July 18, 2011 - Report this comment
Phil - Although the tech is far beyond me (I'm scarcely beyond the rotary dial telephone), this is engagingly simple and sweet. ;D
Patrick - July 18, 2011 - Report this comment
A phone that will do just about anything, except make calls. I think someone has come out with a phone with numerals large enough that you can only push one at a time. I like my candlestick rotary. Already 30 years out of date when it was built in the 1970's.
Rob Arndt - July 18, 2011 - Report this comment
The world's first public video telephone service was developed by Dr. Georg Schubert and opened by the German Reichspost in 1936 using square displays of 8 inches (20 cm), but which quickly closed in 1940 due to the WWII. In that service trial, video telephone lines linked Berlin to Nuremberg, Munich, and Hamburg, with terminals integrated within public telephone booths and transmitting at the same resolution as the first German TV sets, at 440 lines. The service was offered to the general public who had to simultaneously visit special post office videotelephone booths in their respective cities, but at the same time also had Nazi political and propagandistic overtones similar to the broadcasting of the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin. The Deutsche Bundespost postal service would later develop and deploy its BIGFON (Broadband Integrated Glass-Fiber Optical Network) video telephony network from 1981 to 1988, serving several large German cities. Reichspost videphone: Reichspost also had a Zuse Z-4 computer in WW2:
Phil Alexander - July 21, 2011 - Report this comment
Thanks, everyone :-)

Seems almost everyone who's commented is thinking of "twin core" meaning the cables connecting the phone to the exchange..

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