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ScubaDude33
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The Monster Mash

So I was thinking about the old song "Monster Mash" ... Should Frankenstein be a guest of honor, a typical guest, or not invited to the grave yard smash? What are your thoughts?
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LizzieAnn
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Re: The Monster Mash

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ScubaDude33 wrote:
So I was thinking about the old song "Monster Mash" ... Should Frankenstein be a guest of honor, a typical guest, or not invited to the grave yard smash? What are your thoughts?




You gave me a good chuckle, and now the song keeps running through my head! :smileysurprised: Since the singer sings of his monster rising from the slab...how the ghouls all came his laboratory...how popular his; monster mash is, I'm assuming that Frankenstein (Victor) is the singer, and therefore, the host of the party!

:smileyhappy:

Message Edited by LizzieAnn on 11-19-200606:19 PM

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chad
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Re: The Monster Mash

Frankenstein was the graveyard.
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