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Posted 12/17/08
well it all depends on the person because some british people are really stupid (not saying who "cough" chavs (no offense if u are a chav))
most the the typical hummor is the case of just being very sarcastic about eveything, even our selves.

(appologise for the bad spelling lol)
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JIMMY CARR!!!
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Russell Brand all the way baby
Posted 9/10/10
I've really started getting into Alan Carr a lot lately, I think he's quite funny
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Sean Lock isn't bad either.
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My fiance's going to see him live at the Hammersmith Apollo in London soon ^^
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I love 'Live at the Apollo'. I never thought that I'd get into stand up comedy.
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British humour = wicked bro ^^
Posted 10/27/10

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I love 'Live at the Apollo'. I never thought that I'd get into stand up comedy.


Same here, although I don't watch it very often ^^

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British humour = the best

* Lee Evans
* Michael Mcintyre
* John Bishop
* Jason Manford
* Lee Mack
* Jack Dee
* Russel Howard
* Sarah Milican
* Eddie Izzard
* Daniel Sloss
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eclair-lumiere wrote:

British humour = the best

* Lee Evans
* Michael Mcintyre
* John Bishop
* Jason Manford
* Lee Mack
* Jack Dee
* Russel Howard
* Sarah Milican
* Eddie Izzard
* Daniel Sloss


No Ross Noble, Rhod Gilbert or Reginald D Hunter? I love how the UK comedy scene seems to have some sort of romance with the theatre scene. At christmas you can always spot famous comedians doing panto. :D

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Posted 9/8/12

Gh33 wrote:


eclair-lumiere wrote:

British humour = the best

* Lee Evans
* Michael Mcintyre
* John Bishop
* Jason Manford
* Lee Mack
* Jack Dee
* Russel Howard
* Sarah Milican
* Eddie Izzard
* Daniel Sloss


No Ross Noble, Rhod Gilbert or Reginald D Hunter? I love how the UK comedy scene seems to have some sort of romance with the theatre scene. At christmas you can always spot famous comedians doing panto. :D

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Omg , can't believe i forgot about Rhod GGilbert. He is hilarious! Not heard of Ross Noble before though.
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eclair-lumiere wrote:


Gh33 wrote:


eclair-lumiere wrote:

British humour = the best

* Lee Evans
* Michael Mcintyre
* John Bishop
* Jason Manford
* Lee Mack
* Jack Dee
* Russel Howard
* Sarah Milican
* Eddie Izzard
* Daniel Sloss


No Ross Noble, Rhod Gilbert or Reginald D Hunter? I love how the UK comedy scene seems to have some sort of romance with the theatre scene. At christmas you can always spot famous comedians doing panto. :D

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Omg , can't believe i forgot about Rhod GGilbert. He is hilarious! Not heard of Ross Noble before though.


I love the sketch on the torch with the power of 1 million candles. "That's going to spell the end for the single candle!" Ross Noble is quite random and quirky, not everyones cup of tea but I think he's great.

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