Started by MoonDust, January 21, 2017, 08:57:22 AM
Quote from: Average Comedy Enjoyer on November 15, 2023, 05:27:59 PMNeighborh(ood) - p(udd)ingVs.M(udd)le - p(udd)ing
Quote from: Gurke and Hare on November 15, 2023, 07:23:38 PMSo what does the vowel sound in muddle rhyme with if not the vowel sound in hood?
Quote from: Tarquin on November 15, 2023, 12:32:01 AMI've been thinking about (wasting my time) and editing together all his music intros/outros. By far my favourite parts of the multi-part-verse. The ones from MMM are just wonderful:"and I was going to play London Calling by The Clash but it's awful.""That was The Police, or as they are now known as - Sting. With their gibberish classic Da Doo Doo Dah."The Roxanne one may be my favourite Alan of all time. Going from liking the song, to revealing it's about a prostitute, then "wanting to look her up" with his moustach twirl, then realising the song came out in 1979, thinking Roxanne is a real person, and speaking in oldy worldy language, still in his moustache twirling guise, about how "35 years on the game may not make her pleasent to thine eye".
Quote from: Menu on November 11, 2023, 11:39:06 PMI did a few rewatches of TTWAP. It's so much better than I remembered. Especially the second series. Loads of great stuff in it.
Quote from: ZoyzaSorris on November 15, 2023, 07:46:24 PMGood call. What was the MMM one about jamiroquai? That cracked me up something chronic but sadly the mass death of my synaptic terminals seems to have deleted the details
Quote from: Huxleys Babkins on November 15, 2023, 01:01:54 PMYouTube recommended me the tribute to John Baskell, and Alan's inexplicable mispronunciation of Baskell when introducing his widow absolutely floored me.
Quote from: Des Wigwam on November 15, 2023, 11:15:50 AMBe sure to include R.E.O Speed Wagon one - probably not considered a classic but love the delivery.
Quote from: ZoyzaSorris on November 15, 2023, 07:48:16 PMNever understood the poor reception in some quarters, I thought it was great. Thanks for inspiring a revisit.
Quote from: midfielder on November 21, 2023, 01:02:05 AMuh oh, mommy pea and baby pea have pushed daddy pea a bit too far, here are the black eyed peas
Quote from: Menu on November 22, 2023, 04:38:14 PMThat Candle in the Wind joke is one of the funniest lines in all Partridge.
Quote from: Huxleys Babkins on November 23, 2023, 04:23:40 PMNew Q&A with Alan:https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2023/nov/23/alan-partridge-on-cars-canadians-and-sunday-roasts-im-already-about-70-vegan
QuoteWho would be your ideal partner in Strictly Come Dancing? I've given this a lot of thought and all things considered I'd go for one of the women.
QuoteI nipped to the garage and bought a bag [of Doritos], but didn't buy salsa as I had a jar in the cupboard. When I got home, I noticed the salsa had gone off in 2010, but we tucked in anyway, since best-before dates are a scam. It was only when we finished that I noticed the expiry date actually said 2001.
Quote from: Captain Z on November 23, 2023, 07:47:40 PMVery funny. I don't know if that's an original observation re: sequence of Bond actors, but if so he should really try stand-up. Continuity error in the answer to the final question though I think?Spoiler alertDidn't the role of car laureate go to someone else in Oasthouse S3?[close]
QuoteBut years before then, as a younger man in a simpler time, I fondly remember pootling around Norfolk in a humble little runaround. Wasn't the fanciest nor most expensive, but it had personality, and that matters more than anything to me. I cried when I had to sell it. It was a 2002 Range Rover HSE+.
QuoteAs an authority on the benefits of self-reflection and continuous improvement, what are your top three regrets and how did you learn from them? MarkAPLaughed at wife when face swelled up after bee sting(s); kicked pig; wasn't great dad. Don't believe in looking back, so haven't learned from them.
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