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Q: It's a small world after all?

Does anybody know why the street sweepers have the tune for "It's a small world after all" blaring out of their speakers while they are washing the streets?

8 years 21 weeks ago in  General  - Suzhou

 
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It's different from city to city. E.g. Changsha street washing trucks are blaring some xmas tune.... only 279 days until xmas, where are you saxy santa. 

 

http://www.xmasclock.com/

skunkman:

...to make you spend more...

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I thought that it had something to do with Nixon's visit - all those years ago. You know "We bring you gout and Disneyland"

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at least it is a break from Happy Birthday no

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Somebody could get the electric piano out and record Soft Kitty for them

8 years 20 weeks ago
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As long as it's Penny...

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Yesterday I was at McDonald's in Daqing and the Christmas tunes were still in full force. 

 

icnif77:

Chinese want you feel like you're home. Year around!

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