At one point co-host Susanna Reid began blowing raspberries
as Piers asked the question yet again.
It was lovely but right at the really emotional and poignant part, Kai started blowing raspberries
. We were crying and laughing."
They also performed and described incongruities (deliberately making objects perform wrong actions), shared taboo themes (blowing raspberries
and making rude noises), engaged in banter (lighthearted and playful teasing and rough and tumble) and clowned around (silly poses, body movements and pulling faces) to make their siblings laugh.
But 1,000 miles away in Blighty you could clearly hear the groundsman's cat blowing raspberries
There are no words in that - it's just him as an opera singer, blowing raspberries
, and it's hilarious.
Instead of blowing bubbles, East Enders are blowing raspberries
at their ruling cabal, and the Hammers have taken to their new home as readily as eels to jelly.
She didn't adopt the inane approach of blowing raspberries
at Russia, as Johnson and the new and unimposing defence secretary, Gavin Williamson, did.
Lots of visitors and staff hear noises which they describe as being childish, such as blowing raspberries
and distant laughter.
Is that Lukasz Fabianski blowing raspberries
in the warm-up?
Peekaboo is the funniest game but tickling, funny voices and blowing raspberries
are all sure-fire hits," she said.
"Lauren does all the serious parenting stuff so I'm the comedian, pulling faces, sticking my tongue out and blowing raspberries
. They never fail to make the kids laugh.
A large aluminum pot half full of water is wired to audio equipment in Sputterer, 1999, the Rabelaisian sound of the artist and his wife growling and blowing raspberries
causing its contents to roil.
Mind you, I'd love to see the expressions on the faces of any extra-terrestrials as they pick up that signal in their galaxy: "Prepare the gamma exterminators Grorg, that huge rock over there is er, blowing raspberries
It would cause disharmony in the business quarter as midday revellers headed for the Exchange Bar, blowing raspberries
at their rivals glued to their desks.
'I meant the racket you make, blowing raspberries
and puffing and gasping in your sleep.