Now, I don't normally like 'performance art' .....

#3
Saw him do that 'Live' at a comedy club a few years ago and damn near shat myself laughing.

I too, used to have a thing for Imbruglia, but having seen her in a few TV ads recently, she's looking decidedly ropey.

Having said that, I'd still happily hang out the back of her...
 
#6
:lol: 8) Is he available on DVD. VVFunny.

SK
 
#7
More, More.

Ab Fab

:lol: :lol: :lol:
 
#8
BFG 9000 said:
....but I do have a thing for Natalie Imbruglia
TTFN

BFG
I can certainly see why:


Any idea who that performer is? I looked up "Hollow Men" and it doesn't seem to be any of them.
 
#11
chrisjohn316 said:
David Armand's mime to Natalie Imbruglia "Torn" is very clever and very funny.

If you want to see it, click on my homepage link.

Unless they tour to Australia, I guess I won't get to see them, still a video is better than nothing.

The Brits have a good sense of humor. John Cleese is my favourite comedian. Ardal O'Hanlon is also very funny.

I think the best, cleverest humor, is British humor.

Cheers from Australia.
Or you could click on the link in the first post of this thread!
 
#12
BFG 9000 said:
chrisjohn316 said:
David Armand's mime to Natalie Imbruglia "Torn" is very clever and very funny.

If you want to see it, click on my homepage link.

Unless they tour to Australia, I guess I won't get to see them, still a video is better than nothing.

The Brits have a good sense of humor. John Cleese is my favourite comedian. Ardal O'Hanlon is also very funny.

I think the best, cleverest humor, is British humor.

Cheers from Australia.
Or you could click on the link in the first post of this thread!
would be fine if the link worked BFG :wink:
 
#14
Hmm! The links stopped working. Youll find David Armand`s little dit plus some other intriging stuff at.

www.boreme.com

SK
 

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