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Henry Rollins does stand up comedy?!
Jim V wrote:
Bill Hicks, Richard Pryor and of the living probably Ricky Grover for insane effort and Johnny Vegas for his ability to completely divide an audience
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oh did i mention, JACK DEE
Knee High Stripy Socks wrote:
My favourite stand up is Bill Bailey. I also love things like 'Mock the Week', where you get loads of comedians together all working off each other.
Ah gotta love cockneys :banghead: , the world evolves around london! :rolleyes:
there's very little of merit outside London.
That's Omid Djalili. And he was spectacular at Comic Aid.
I'm With Stupid wrote:
There's English people, for a start.
No, there's northern monkeys and wierd west country yolkels.
:yes: I've been outside of London ... its like 28 days later. Mindles zombies ravaging the country. So uncivilised.
You know, I was down in the West Country recently and I met someone who didnt know what a jus was. How can you deal with people like that?!
Back of your hand, sir. You deal with them with the back of your hand.
Not even that’s effective these days, the insolence is growing, so I’ve moved to the horse whip, that gets them going nicely.
Yes but the stable master does moan so when I bring it back covered in blood. Its so hard to find the staff.
It is, which is why I've virtually given up on native staff, they have clear ideas above their position (which is under my feet). You can get good people from Eastern Europe these days and if you then take their passport its easier to, motivate them.
Ah I had a bad experience. Charming little family. Not too bright though. I may have gone a little over the top in my chastisement. Bodies were found. Questions asked. It was terribly embarassing.
Two words - quick lime. Its the professionals choice, they may ask questions but they'll never know.
Four words - golf with Justice Smythe. He's a smashing chap. Awfully accomodating. Poor short game though. Damned bunkers.