Are you? Is your little one a fan of Cbeebies? Is Cbeebies your favourite way of getting a little bit of peace during the day? Do you catch yourself enjoying Cbeebies a bit too much? Not your little one, do you catch yourself enjoying Cbeebies a bit too much?
After realizing I enjoyed a Topsy and Tim marathon a bit too much, I wrote a list of ways that you can tell you’ve watched too much Cbeebies… turns out there are many many ways that show when you’ve watched many hours of the BBCs TV channel for little people.
So here are 10 more ways, you can tell you’ve watched too much Cbeebies.
- You catch yourself wondering what happened to Mike The Knight, and if he’ll come back.
- You follow CBeebies presenters on Twitter.
- You tweet Bing Bunny, and ask when you’ll see him again.
- For some bizarre reason you know a lot about how fast hamsters can run… how dishwashers work… and how zips – zip things up.
- You have a favourite CBeebies Panto.
- You’ve checked how to arrange a “Swashbuckle” party.
- The news of there being no plans for new Topsy and Tim, made you a little more sad then you want to admit.
- You can’t help but feel slightly inspired by “I Can Cook”.
- After being at work all day, you’re stressed, done free over time, and feel it’s been an age since your seen your little one. Yet you still catch yourself singing CBeebies theme tunes.
- Admit it. You have a favourite CBeebies presenter. Which is yours?
Are there ways that you would add to this list?
That Star Wars / Bing Bunny from Cbeebies cross over you never knew you wanted…
This is not a drill. There is a new Bing App for your phone!
This isn’t a Bing app which you will not want to use for web searches, but may be useful to bargain with for another few minutes in Bed.
If your Little One is a fan of Bing Bunny on CBeebies, bare this in mind.
I’ve not had the chance to try the Little One out on this yet, but as she is a Dan of “Bing and Flop”, I’m expecting a positive welcome to less space being available on my phone for photos.
I saw the above mentioned on the Bing Bunny Facebook page (yes I’ve liked it), and I have to admit. It has given me hope for the future. Not because its answered any vast questions of my life or my relationships, but because it means I may not have to watch that silly episode about hiding as much as normal!
Yes, Those are clips of episodes you have not seen yet.
From the looks of my Youview program guide, the new episodes of Bing start from Monday 27th April on Cbeebies.
What if kids TV were horror stories?
So this little picture was doing the rounds around Twitter the other day.
The sight of the Teletubbies walking over Teletubby land in black and white, presents a former kids favourite as a sinister horror show, making us all question our memories of that brightly coloured TV show.
It also made me question, what do todays kids TV shows look like in black and white?
Below shows the slightly horrific answer…
Bing Bunny and his friends are coming for you…
Beware The Tombliboos
The Friendly Engine?
AHHHHHH!!!! The Butterfly has Tim, from Topsy and Tim
The Horror of “Sarah and Duck”
Dont worry kids… these things are only watching you…
Go To Sleep Kids… Or James McAvoy will ensure The Teddy doesn’t see the end of “BedTime Hour”
Any other Kids TV horrors out there?