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Alex Salmond And Nicola Sturgeon Morph Into A Seventies Double Act

18/04/2015 19:40 BST | Updated 21/04/2015 03:59 BST

Nicola Sturgeon and Alex Salmond transformed into a seventies double act on Saturday, the pair working the Inverurie crowd like an old school two-hander. And the SNP have plenty to laugh about with the likely collapse of the Labour vote in Scotland, which would leave the nationalists kingmakers after May 7.

Here is the SNP pair going through some of their classic hits:

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Sturgeon: Is this the right room for an argument?

Salmond: I told you once.

Sturgeon: No you haven't.

Salmond: Yes I have.

Sturgeon: When?

Salmond: Just now.

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Sturgeon: There you are, sir - four candles.

Salmond: No, fork 'andles!

Sturgeon: Well there you are, four candles!

Salmond: No, fork 'andles! 'Andles for forks!

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Sturgeon: I'm playing all the right notes—but not necessarily in the right order.

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Sturgeon: Don't tell him, Pike!

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Sturgeon: When I captured Gerald in the Congo, '67, I think it was...

Salmond: '68

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Salmond: Suffer from any illness?

Sturgeon: Bad feet.

Salmond: Paid a recent visit to a doctor or hospital?

Sturgeon: Only with my bad feet.

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