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PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2008 7:02 pm 
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FFS ENOUGH IS ENOUGH,i grant you mebbe 20 years ago when Beadle did it it was mildly amusing to start with,but c'mon 20 years of people falling over etc etc is just not funny anymore,to compound things that unfunny bloke with the big collar now does it, f ***ing s***e,typical crap for after tea on a Satday,can't believe people still find it funny,mind you the wife and daughter are watching it as we speak. :? :?


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2008 7:08 pm 
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The best bit of this week was McFly singing 'All about you' at the end - it was that good.

I hate it, especially when you see the slavery dog bounding through the door and the smiling toddler gets it.

Awful, not my sense of humour at all.


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ha i just had it on while i was gettin ready.

its so sh*te its untrue.

even harry hill cant make it funny! :roll:


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I used to enjoy the programme (the first time each clip was shown anyhow!)- but haven't watched it in years - I can't stick Harry Hill :evil:


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That's weird, i was considering putting a thread up about how shite 'Animals do the funniest things' and 'An audience with... are.'
We don't seem to have moved on since the late 80's early 90s with some things. And as long as there's a willing audience...
Reminds me of the Dr Who episode where they're still taking part in Big Brother and The weakest link in the far future. And society has been held back by the Daleks. Well maybe not...

Alex James was on An Audience with Neil Diamond, looking slightly uncomfortable. I thought, 'If only your Blur self could see you now...'

The thing about YBF is that when it started, it was made up of real out-takes and mistakes. Then people started thinking, 'Just a minute, easiest 200 quid i ever earned.' Then you suddenly have people filming their work colleagues working and their dad sat in the chair and ooh, 'accidentally' they fall over. How lucky there happened to be a camcorder about.

Shall we start a campaign to get it cancelled?
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 12:10 am 
Haven't watched it for donkey's years. It outlived itself pretty much after the first series, as someone's said, once people started making stuff specifically for it the game was up.

Harry Hill's funny as fuck though...


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Shall we start a campaign to get it cancelled?
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Yes :D

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The Baroness wrote:
I used to enjoy the programme (the first time each clip was shown anyhow!)- but haven't watched it in years - I can't stick Harry Hill :evil:


i wasn't crazy about him but he is fucking funny as hell on tv burp. mock the week is still the funniest thing on tv. frankie boyle for pope!

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Yeah! Mock the Week!
I like that! I like Frankie Boyle, but he does seem a teeny bit bitter really...
I mean, Jimmy Carr manages to get away with similar, but without ever seeming to be a victim.


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frankie was an alchy. maybe that's something to do with it?

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Educate me, Mick!
I need to be taught these things.
You're the man for the job, so I've heard!


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well, what would you like to know rita?

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Rita wrote:
I like Frankie Boyle, but he does seem a teeny bit bitter really...


One of the teachers in my school went to see him during the summer. He asked her what she did for a living. She said she was a teacher. He asked what she taught. She said drama. Then he said, "Ooh, I'm a tree! That kind of stuff? What are you teaching them now?"

She replied, "Nothing, it's the summer holidays." And he told her to fuck off :roll: :*:

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Enjoyed it when I was much younger, when it was Beadle in a whacky revolving house.

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