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Of Humor and Humour

I, occasionally, write a funny blog. Well, I try to be funny on them. I try to be funny on most days, because I covet humour more than love and less than music. 556 more words


Kinky Boots (2005)


Typing up me blog entry for House! made me think that I should put one up for Kinky Boots as well. It falls into the same genre, which I have described as “socially aware” British comedy. 257 more words


FFB -- Wodehouse: A Life

”I never want to see anyone, and I never want to go anywhere or do anything. I just want to write.’

Before I get to my entry for Friday’s Forgotten Books, I want to point you to… 536 more words


The End of Monty Python

Apologies for the massive delay in posting my review about Python – I’ve had various job interviews and birthday shenanigans since my last post. Seeing the Monty Python gang perform for one last time was,in a nutshell, truly amazing. 682 more words

Favourite British TV Shows (1970's to 1990's)

Since I was a kid, I’ve been watching British television and films and I thought I’d share some of my favourites that I recommend to anyone with a craving for some accents, hilarity and exceptional talent. 517 more words


House! (2002)


House! can best be described by saying it is broadly within the range of the “socially aware” British comedies of the 1990s like Brassed Off… 320 more words


Everybody knows the moon is made of cheese

Did anyone else love Wallace and Gromit as a child? Even now I’m willing to spend half an hour of a rainy day on this classic short film, “A Grand Day Out.”