...another piece of the childhood gone. Crude, rude, trashy, vulgar from Kevin Turvey to Bottom via The Young Ones, the Comic Strip and The New Statesman that was Rik Mayall's comedy and it made me laugh.
...got me thinking. Where have I seen that before? Ah, yes it was the scene in Animal House with Babs Jansen and Greg Marmalard in lover's lane.
...playlist. After recent revelations about the marriage of these two jailbirds here's a couple of tracks that fit.
...alright Dave. Trigger from “Only Fools And Horses” is one of the great TV comedy characters, expertly played by Roger Lloyd-Pack.
...agenda. Fracking Kills Dolphins!!! The BBC think that inshore fracking will kill off the dolphins while being happy about offshore, bird killing, windfarms.
...irony. So the dear old luvvie is in full whinging, setting the world to rights, mode again. But while frothing at the mouth over teh Daily mail's past he doesn't seem to mention that of his beloved B.B.C.
...not born in God's own county. Still, tha can still celebrate Yorkshire Day.
...chap? Wh-What's his name? Jimmy Tarbrush?
...Prime Cut. Shergar burgers are back on the news menu after it was announced today that Asda have taken all their value burger ranges off the shelf as the meat contained 80% horse DNA.
...it killed itself. Crap prices, crap stock, little outside the piled high mainstream rubbish that's being downloaded to interest those that actually want a physical product. That's what killed the last high street record shop chain.
...somewhere in the B.B.C. George Entwistle, director general of the B.B.C. waits for Peter Rippon programme editor who stopped the Newsnight broadcast into Jimmy Savile.
...as Ian Hislop brown noses the BBC? A shameless act of sucking up to the Corporation over it's role in Jimmy Savile's abuse of young girls by a man who is firmly entrenched in the establishment.
...from the 1980s. The comedian, like a lot of people, knew back then.
...on your morning constitutional. A Minke whale - edit: in fact it's not it's a Sei.
...August 1st. Now where'e the flat cap, ferrets an' whippet.