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By on September 9, 2011
 
 
  • Orla26 Orla26 says:

    WOW! They are so nice to give all of their toys to charity. I love that show. It is always really nice and wonderful. It is always nice to watch the new and up coming products that are just gone into shops or that have been just tested. I hope everyone is really happy when they are watching the late late toy show. Best to luck to everyone who is going to be in the show. Thumbs up I hope all of you will do brillant.

  • abbyormond says:

    I can’t wait for the Toy Show tonight! I have been looking forward to this show all year round! It has been brilliant every year! I love the movie Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and I think it is a brilliant theme! Ryan Tubridy is a very good presenter and I can’t wait to see all four of his Christmas jumpers!!! I also can’t wait to see the 11 year old girl from Wicklow singing a solo! I hope it is as good as last years! Only another few hours until it is on television!!! I am so excited! ~Abby~

  • Boo123 Boo123 says:

    I can’t wait to see the show tonight. I have been looking forward to it for ages, every year has been superb! I love chitty chitty bang bang and can’t wait to see what they come up with this year. Ryan Tuberty is my favourite presenter and I can’t wait to see what jumpers he is wearing this year! I hope it is as good as I hope it is!

  • brad says:

    Wow! I’m going to change my password straight away if i get a webcam! It just goes to show there’s always hackers online. I think it really bad people can’t have freedom and privacy in their own homes.

  • Boo123 Boo123 says:

    This is horrendous! More that five feet of snow has landed in New York and not one flake has landed in Ireland. It is terrible that eight people has died and I feel very sorry for all their family. I also feel sorry for the basket-ball team who were on their way to a match and for the band who unfortunaletly had to cancel the concert!e

  • 33Anna33 33Anna33 says:

    I remember reading something about frozen and it said it was being made in the late 90′s and if you think about it, it would be really hard to come up with the idea of the book do the songs and find people for the job and draw it and record the voices and editing and everything else like sounds and stuff in less than three years. I also read the reviews on amazon and the people on there said it wasn’t anything remotely like frozen and the only similarities were: it was cold, there was a woman in it, it had water in it and it was on earth. There is probably a couple of others on it but I’d say there wasn’t much more.

  • manchester utd says:

    I can’t believe that it took that long to get to the comet. It is amazing that it never broke down along the way. I wish that cars had an engine like that. It would mean you would never have to go to the garage. It was unfortunate that it toppled over when it landed. Hopefully it will face the sun and will get its power back when it faces the sun. It would be cool to find more information about our planet Earth .

  • Orianna11 Orianna11 says:

    I think it is a really good idea to make barbie look like an average person.I’am sure all the little kids would love it and take care of it and a lot of then will probably put it on their Santa wish list.I don’t really like barbie but i still think it is a good idea.

  • Boo123 Boo123 says:

    Liverpool really have to up their game. They are lucky to still be in it as it doesn’t look like they are trying at all. I think Brenden Rodgers should play the young team again as when they played they did really well and one the game well. Mario Balotelli has injured his back and will not be back playing for a couple of weeks and he is a big loss to the team. Chelsea are playing welland Arsenal are doing alright. Come on Liverpool!!!

  • cboy says:

    Poor lad only 25 years old. It was never a good sign when he fell face first on the ground. Imagine the guy that hit him he must feel depressed. I wonder if it was on TV. If it was I feel even worse because It was in front of everybody’s eyes. Anyway it was just an accident I suppose you have to move on.

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