Proud owner of a new TT ONE New Edition

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    kangster

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    The first thing I did was buy and download John Cleese as my voice :)

    Venice, CA, US
     
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    Pedro2NR

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    Welcome to our community. I hope you find answers to your questions here.
     
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    kangster

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    Thanks. Me too and I hope I can be a helpful contributor as well.
     
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    LoL Same here mate " Bear Right beaver left " LOL
     
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    Haha, it took me a couple instructions to figure out what he was saying there. I was like right?left? wha?
     
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    welcome from another TT ONE owner!
     
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    Beaver Left?

    OK, so can you tell me what "Beaver Left" means? We don't have that term in the US - and my husband & I downloaded John Cleese's voice...it's confusing us! :) My husband thinks it means "merge" but I really have no idea.
     
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    LMAO!:D

    It's a joke. It means to bear left. However the joke comes out to say there is a bear(animal) on your right, and a beaver(animal) on your left.
     
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    OK, now I feel like an idiot...but I got a good laugh out of it! :D Thanks!
     
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    No worries, it took me a while also when I first heard it.
     
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    How to buy John Cleese in US?

    Hello everyone,

    I recently purchased a TT One unit. Very impressed with its capabilities so far. I want to purchase the John Cleese voice but I can't find a way to do it through the TomTom website -- the currency always shows up either in Pounds or Euros, and if I do try to go through the checkout process to purchase the billing address form won't allow a US address.

    How did you folks manage to purchase/download John Cleese? Any hints would be very appreciated.

    Thanks!

    --Gary
     
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