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I just p issed myself laughing at that.
Reminds me of someone I know...... perchance
Almost made me proud to British again.
"The world. We used to run it. Remember though America, we were popular when we ran it!"
Please stop - I am crying laughing again.
Dean Gaffney singing the National Anthem!!!!!!
he he he
Oh FFS it is TV he works to a script!!
even i could be funny if i had a script to work to
It was without doubt one of the best things thats been on telly in ages. Absolute quality
Did he write the script, and did he act the script? Still quality
You are always funny.
But he was fab. F ucking quality.
Oh dear CC
That's not a wiff of sour wine making fruit is it?
It was amusing and far more natural than the Lib Dem Budget rebuttle which was also scripted yet funny!
not in the slightest..just a staged maged performances like An audience with...grip my shit.. i don't dispute he is a funny man. but there are a lot more funnier people out in real life IMHO
known Al for years and can honestly say he's a lovely bloke. glad to see he's done well. YES there are funnier people out there, but then there always are people funnier/smarter/prettier/more handsome......
but the bloke works hard and makes people laugh. good for him.
if you ever get the chance to see him as the psycho serial killer doing the sounds affect of various weaponry i'm sure you have a laugh
"AK47... known as the widowmaker, also fashionably seen in parts of iraq. most fashion victims' AKs sport a fetching white hankie tied to them..."
Still made me laugh. It takes a lot at the moment.
Pub landlord. He he he
It is very funny.
But in reality.....popular? I guess it depende who's being asked
His act is becoming quite old hat now.
Saw him live doing the my gaff, my rules tour. Fecking wet myself all the way through. Missed the show last night as i was getting drunk (the way Al would want it). Here's hoping for a repeat
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