Video released on Christmas Eve 2018 - Wow, through to a sudden script change brought on by my eight-year-old son, we just managed to complete it on time.
The turkey sketches were made in an effort to increase our YouTube subscribers and he was our central character for our promotional channel growth Christmas campaign.
Turkey is a seasonal character and has been adapted/incorporated as a BoodleBob story/book spin-off series of sketches.
The first set of Boodle Books were originally published in 1980, and have now received an animation video facelift for social media.
Twenty Six Free Kids Books are being drafted all of which will be available for free download in English and other languages too.
BoodleBobs are a Family Friendly Channel of #OC We make stories for kids, comedy sketches (for older audiences) & songs for people of any age. Our next song can be found with the #PLIM hashtag. (We are curious to see if we can make it trend?)
Initially, we had plans to run a travel vlog on turkeys adventures. It was only down to my son's outrage at my plans to kill him off during Christmas 2018 following his failure to achieve 1000 subs that he made it at all. We are quite pleased that we didn't as he made a cameo appearance in PLIM. Great fun having him hit by a train and being carried off by an Eagle.
BY LUKE & ROGER
Christmas Eve 2018 - This is number 6 of 6 where the subscriber count decided our Turkeys fate.
Failior means an invitation to Christmas dinner as the lunch.
View all six 'Turkey' sketches in a single YouTube playlist HERE
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