'This is a family business'
The SNP, who are very keen on bilingual roadsigns, despite the fact that some areas where they appear have never had Gaelic spoken there. Their latest cock-up has been renaming the Isle of Bute for Gaelic speakers as "Penis Island"
(Picture includes Penis Island's MSP, IDNSHBhoid)
celtiagirl 22:00, reply
Telly football talker about and former Arsenal full back Lee Dixon in a cafe in Richmond Park Saturday. Like half of the other bellends in there he was top-to-toe cycling lycra, though a far deeper hue of terracotta. His shorts were tight, but still IDNSHC sorry.
spank_daley 11:31, reply
the search for a producer to work with **** makes it down under.
deep_stoat 9:24, reply
he's probably stood outside an aquarium, or something, waiting for his results.
touchmyspastic 7:55, reply
I could have told him that's what happens when you spend your life in a dark single room, wanking and crying into your Pot Noodles
thatevilwoman 15:43, reply
*Girl in photo* "Yeth, and I'm only sixtheen*
uncle_whuppity 17:10, reply
Arthur had had both legs amputated before he died due to gangrene. It was suggested Andy Fairweather-Lowe's 1975 hit "Wide Eyed And Legless" be re-released in tribute to them both.
uncle_whuppity 16:51, reply
I've got some paste she can use.
roger_mycock 14:13, reply
Eddie Izzard buying tomatoes in Byers Street Waitrose, Glasgow. Looking great in heels,skinny jeans and leather jacket with just a touch of lippy. Despite skinny jeans proxy DNSHC.
various comedians, wandering about, in edinburgh, last week, hmm doesn't really count does it. I did pass Dave Benson Phillips and Milton Jones in the street though, and saw David O'Doherty signing a book for Justin Moorhouse.
Johnny Vegas was funny, still appeared to be having a breakdown. Daniel Kitson self indulgent, nothing prepared, a bit of a thrill but not actually very funny. That Jimmy Savile play excellent too, funnier than expected, less creepy but a great performance.
All the bands I liked in 1990 seem to be playing bannermanslive.co.uk/gigs/ at some point too, Love/Hate, Wolfsbane, and loads more. Not really news but I don't leave the house much.
Oh I forgot a hot recommendation how to win a pub quiz, get their well in advance and take your Darkness knowledge along.
So that probably wasn't Thom Yorkes daughter I saw him with a couple of months ago then... Wonder if the divorce will be another 'pay what you think its worth' experiment?
soapy_handerton 15:06, reply
Stephen Lewis wrote a play specifically for Pat Coombs. It's never been published.
fayekorgazm 16:44, reply
apart from her charming canon of work, all i know about her is that she "never said no", because she was "very polite".
__________ 17:21, reply
check shirt, clumpy boots brigade.
thegingerprince 13:02, reply
They're repeating On The Buses on ITVsomething at the moment and you can even get it on DVD box set if you feel in the mood to watch a comedy that reminds you how lucky you are to live in a UK that isn't that fucking grim, grey and unpleasant.
In a related issue, Reg Varney was actually the first member of the public in the UK to use a cashpoint. truemycockfact that is. His comments on it were reportedly.
"Its a good idea but it really needs bigger bristols, Eh luv?"