Interesting story on the news tonight about the porky mayor of Pembroke, Keith McNiffe. (That’s him standing second left of the bloke sitting in the red gown.)
McNiffe has claimed to be disabled and taking payment from the Benefits Agency for the last two years. Apparently he claimed to be so fat that he couldn’t even walk. However, he was caught on video running (sic) the line at an amatuer football match and had done so 59 times this season.
Given the frequency of his exercise it begs the question. Why did he look like a Walrus in a Matt Lucas cast off costume?
Cheers to Pete the Meat for pointing me in this direction.
I love Blue Monday.
I love Laurel and Hardy.
So imagine how good it would be if you could combine the two.
Well, imagine no longer.
Gavin and Stacey. That’s what’s ocurrin’.
We watched the last episode of series two through tears of mirth and melancholy in almost equal part last night, only seconds after watching the show win two BAFTAs.
Like James Corden I was puzzled by the fact that it was nominated for most things that had a suggestion of funnines about the category, but not best sitcom, but, hey, that’s the BAFTAs for you.
After all, Coronation Street didn’t get a nomination for best Soap. That’s a joke is it not.
Anyway back to the Gavster. This is a magnificent TV series and it all stems from the writing – in this case of James Corden and Ruth Jones. I don’t think the series has reached the critical mass it should have , But it will. Oh yes it will. British comedy at its very, very best.
One further observation on the awards…C4 stuck it right up them. Good on ya C4. We luv ya!
I loved The Only Ones and their best song has survived the test of time.
However I was shocked to see them on a recent Jools last night. Peter Perret looked like he’d been dug up from a tomb. Ouch.