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Asterix and the Magic Carpet - Raining Down the Wall
At the feast on page 2B, Cacofonix starts to sing in his new hut and so it starts raining outside on the feast. Then on page 6B Cacofonix starts singing in the chief's hut and it starts raining inside the hut.
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J.P. on 01-29-2001
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Scorch writes:
Not a slip-up. That's a running gag in the Asterix books. No matter where Cacafonix is when he sings, it rains on him.
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Angelvamp writes:
That's not a slip-up! The point is that his singing is so bad that it rains everywhere (I don't really get it, but never mind.)
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J.P. writes:
My point is that in both times Cacofonix is inside, but in the first time he sings it rains outside, and the second it rains on him, inside.
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me writes:
Cacofonix is singing about it raining down his wall so it rains down the wall inside
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Cougarfang writes:
Hmmm... maybe it's a cartoon thing, like when a cloud only follows one person around to rain on him/her...
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