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Friends - Ross Stops Playing the Bagpipes....Or Not!
When Ross is playing the bagpipes to Monica, Chandler, Phoebe and Rachel,at the end of his "performance" he stops playing the bagpipes. But, when Ross stops playing, bagpipe music is still playing. Whoops!
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Series 7, episode 15
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Anonymous on 08-02-2001
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sexykitty writes:
the bagpipes kept playing because there was still air left in the bag, which was forced out when Ross threw them onto the chair.
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Dre writes:
That is because there is still air in the bagpipes...That is how bagpipes work. That is not a slip up
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Dre writes:
That is how bagpipes work. They continue to play because they hold air.
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qu1xs1lv3r writes:
actually if you look the sound comes off from 3 pipes of different lengths.. therefore when air was released it would still sound like music to your ears because the sound created from escaping air won't have the same tone!
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David The Spy writes:
I agree! Bagpipes still have air left in them, but if you listen, you can hear the notes change like a tune. The sound people at the friends producing company probably just added it in as music, but it did sound a bit weird!
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