MONKEY DUST - OP TOWELHEAD WIPEPOUT

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by Mr_Logic, Oct 29, 2008.

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  1. In these dark times of doom and global melt-down, I thought some classic humour from the excellent series 'Monkey Dust' is exactly what we need. One of my favourites is reached through the linky/address below. You have to scroll forward to 2 mins 55 secs into the clip for the relevant bit:-

    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=jJ-0ZS4A3KU

    If that doesn't work search on YouTube for MONKEY DUST 52#. Also check out the Paedo-Finder General and the Jihadists.

    Monkey Dust was shown on BBC3. Only the first series was released to DVD but some helpful chaps have loaded much of it onto YouTube.

    Enjoy.
     
  2. I know! How can the Meatsafe Murderer not be a comic icon? Or that sad bloke who had a different weird excuse for arriving home late every night?

    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=W7fPu-ywN00

    That was fcuking hysterical.

    "Good luck with the Jihad, then. Ta-rah!"

    "Yeah. good luck with... stopping it?"
     
  3. Firstly, I thought I would bump this back into view.

    Secondly, I note that I added a superfluous 'P' into 'wipeout' in the title of this thread. Old Speckled Hen doesn't help my spelling, seemingly.

    Lastly, I thought a bit of Monkey Dust would offend a few more people than it has. Are there no septics who will take the bait?
     
  4. i never noticed the extra P till u pointed it out :lol: i was on Ebay about a month ago and spotted someone selling series 2 which i know hasn't been released so emailled them. They told me they'd recorded it all using Tivo so bought it for a fiver. When it arrived they'd also sent me series 3 for free, result!! okay let's post more links and see if that will work.
    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=LU3AMfAUD4U
     
  5. Good call.

    That should offend someone and is probably a reasonably realistic representation of what happened in the 1950s.

    Keep it coming.