Friday, July 31, 2009

Michael McIntyre - London Underground

Anyone who has ever communted or even travelled as a tourist on the London Underground (the Tube) will relate to this. I like the idea of someone reading the Metro out to the carriage. Michael McIntyre keeps the standard of stand up comedy so high. What a legend.

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Ace Ventura, Pet Detective - Apartment

This is one of my favourite moments from Ace Ventura Pet Detective. It only confirms that Jim Carrey is a comedy genius.

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42 Below Vodka Ad - Britain

Another quick-fire ad from Kiwi vodka 42 Below. This time it's subject is Britain. Oh, the offence.

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Kid who knows how to deal with monsters

There's nothing funnier than kids swearing - it's a scientific fact. So sit back, relax and laugh.

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Jim Breuer - Mixing Drinks

Fantastic set about mixing your drinks on a night out. A very sound philosophy involving treating your stomach like a party. Jim Breuer is a very funny man, but his Scottish accent is slightly dodgy. Anyone who has ever had a queasy tummy after a night of drinking will relate to this. Enjoy.

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Peter Kay on Parkinson

Peter Kay tells of his comedy vocation, and the other jobs he's done. The robbery at the cash and carry is priceless.

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Thursday, July 30, 2009

Shaun Micallef - Sotto Voce

Offbeat Australian comedian Shaun Micallef invents a latin hero by the name of Sotto Voce, named after the latin for 'speak quietly'. Crazy.

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Model Falls Down

A newscaster can't stop laughing when commenting on Paris fashion week, where a model has fallen over. This is basic, banana skin humour at it's finest.

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CNNNN - Holy Homosexuals

The lads from the Australian show CNNNN (the same guys that do the Chaser's War on Everything) ask the question 'Which parts of the Bible should we still follow?' The book of Leviticus comes under some scrutiny.

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The Chaser's War on Everything - Stupid Americans

The Chaser interviews American's on various issues to do with the recent Gulf War.
Bear in mind, this was filmed around the penultimate year of Bush's presidency - interesting to see the confusion regarding Barack Obama! Note to Americans: I'm not having a go at you. This show is aimed at an Australian audience and they constantly take the micky out of their own people too.

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Peter Kay (Tony Christie) - Is this the Way to Amarillo?

The wonderful music video from Comic Relief 2005, featuring Peter Kay miming the '70's classic 'Is this the Way to Amarillo?' by Tony Christie, presented on the night by Jonathan Ross. Who would've thought it'd be such a sensation? It cheered everyone up and raised a massive amount for this fabulous charity, that helps those in need in Africa, and in the UK. The video highlights include Ronnie Corbett falling off the treadmill, Shakin' Stevens first major TV appearance since the 1980's and Peter marching down an alley from Corination street with a group of dwarves. For more information on how to donate to Comic Relief, go to

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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

QI - Michael Jackson Moonwalking Bird

A bird who, through natural behaviour, impersonates Michael Jackson's famous moonwalk. The QI (Quite Interesting) audience finds it hillarious, as do panelists Alan Davies, Bill Bailey, Sean Lock and Rich Hall. Stephen Fry struggles to keep order as usual.

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Creature Comforts - Geordie Mouse

Some philosophical musings on self image from a frank Geordie mouse and a surprisingly sage hamster. Good luck with the mouse's accent.

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Mitchell and Webb - Farming

Contains strong language-NSFW. Makes farming look like the easiest job in the world. No mean feat.

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Counting Dog

This dog Maggie shows a will of steel when it comes to food that many of us would love to have! Maggie also has a talent for basic maths. I love her little dainty paw counting out the answers!

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Little Britain Travel Agent

An innocent man tries to book a holiday with Britain's worst travel agent. But unfortunately, 'Computer says no.'

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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

42 Below Vodka Ad - Origins

Typically politically incorrect, offbeat ad from the Kiwis. There's a series of these for 42 Below Vodka, so expect more craziness soon.

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Dave Carroll - United Breaks Guitars (Hope he had insurance!)

Canadian musician Dave Carroll had his guitar broken by United Airlines and wrote this song about the incident. It's been a youtube sensation and the bad publicity even helped to send United’s share price into a temporary decline. Even better, it's got a really catchy tune and Dave has promised to write two more songs about the subject. I'm assuming his travel insurance didn't cover it! For more information go to Dave Carroll's website

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Rowan Atkinson - Devil

Rowan Atkinson as the devil in 'A warm welcome', part of his live stand up show.

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Pamela Stevenson & Billy Connolly - Janet Street Porter sketch

Sketch from 'Not the Nine O'clock News' featuring Pamela Stevenson as Janet Street Porter interviewing Billy Connolly (Pamels's real life husband.)

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Stanley Baxter - Parliamo Glasgow (Language School!)

Stanley Baxter teaches Glaswegian in the style of a language school. Parliamo Glasgow is one of the most famous sketches in scottish comedy history. Enjoy.

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Monday, July 27, 2009

Chewin the Fat - Kirkaldy Sheriff Court

This is my favourite sketch from Chewin the Fat. I love the antics of the courtroom sketch artist!

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Chewin the Fat - Reproduction

This is my favourite Chewin the Fat character, played brilliantly by Karen Dunbar. Here she explains the finer points of reproduction to her mischievous class.

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Thin Blue Line - Biggles

Inspector Fowler (Rowan Atkinson) is shocked to discover Constable Habib's (Mina Anwar) attitude towards his beloved Biggles stories. A classic from the Thin Blue Line.

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The IT Crowd - The Internet

Moss (Richard Ayoade) and Roy (Chris O'Dowd) suceed in convincing head of IT Jen (Katherine Parkinson) that a small grey box is, in fact, the internet. Joy from Channel 4's The IT Crowd.

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Ellen Degeneres Show - Vacum Cleaner Kid

Ellen Degeneres interviews a little kid who is obsessed by vacum cleaners.

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Sunday, July 26, 2009

Panda steals jacket

Here's a tip. If you go to the zoo and want to keep hold of your jacket, sit where a panda can't reach you.

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Saturday, July 25, 2009

Choco Party Good Good - Japanese Ad

NSFW. I put this one on Saturday, as you may not want to play this at work.
Something for the weekend sir? When the Japanese advertise chocolate, subtlety is their byword. Altogether now : ' Choco, Party, Good, Good!' Ok, maybe this advert isn't just aimed at men. It's probably aimed at lesbians too.

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Friday, July 24, 2009

Going Live - Gorden gets attacked by Dog

This is a clip from popular children's Stuarday morning show Going Live, that ran during the late 80's and early '90's. Here, the resident puppet Gorder the Gopher is attacked by a dog during a pet care phone in.

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Bill Bailey - Emo Song

For those not familiar with Emo, it's the phenomenon of teenagers who self harm for attention (rather than through any illness like depression) and listen to music like this. Oh the angst! A perfect parody. My favourite Emo joke: Q.Whats great about an Emo pizza (or Emo grass) A. It cuts itself.

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Big Train - Grown-up catchers

Modern parenting gone too far? It seems Simon Pegg is the only sane one in this sketch.

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Dylan Moran - Melbourne Comedy Festival

Dylan Moran (from Black Books) shamelessly has a go at everything Australian, from the intense heat to the Wiggles.

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Toohey's New Ad - Guide Dog

Typically creative ad for Toohey's New Aussie beer. Love the dog. 'Get that man a New.'

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Thursday, July 23, 2009

Dara O'Briain - Catholics and Protestants

Dara O'Briain is such a likeable comedian, that he can tackle any subject at all and you still want to take him for a pint or cuddle him or just shake his hand after he's done a routine. Here, he chats about the differences between Catholics and Protestants, on 'Live at the Apollo'.

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Frankie Boyle - The Scots

Frankie Boyle imparts his wisdom about the Scots on 'Mock the Week' with his usual finesse.

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Armstrong and Miller - Period Dancing

Armstrong and Miller do sexual innuendo Jane Austen style.

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The Fast Show - Ted and Ralph -Drinking game

One of the classic Ted and Ralph sketches that Paul Whitehouse and Charlie Higson are famous for. Ah, I miss the Fast Show.

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The Chaser's War on Everything - Baby Names

The Chaser's chief bogus enforcement officer tries to fine those who have given their children awful names. They've gone to one of Sydney's dodgiest areas and come up with some crackers. Check out the classy chicks at the end. Also, for those not familiar with Australian slang, bogan means chav.

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Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Ellen Degeneres - Calling Gladys

Fantastically funny moment form the Ellen Degeneres Show, where she calls an elderly viewer who has rung in with a few suggestions for the show. Ellen's natural charm and the fabulous comments form her 88 year old viewer make this one of the most hillarious clips I've seen in a long time. Watch it!

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Dog and Baby - Cry together

A great way to get your baby to stop crying - get your dog to cry. I'm not sure which is worse though really.

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Muppets - Nine Inch Snails

Cheeky parody of the typically upbeat Nine Inch Nails from Muppets Tonight. Cheer up goth.

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Rhod Gilbert - Edinburgh

Welsh comedian Rhod Gilbert plays on the Edinburgh leg of Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow.The Edinburgh Open Top Bus Tour and Ryanir come in for a bit of a ribbing.

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Robin Ince - Fame

A different take on observational comedy, this is Robin Ince supporting Ricky Gervais on his 'Fame' tour.

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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Michael McIntyre - Designer Labels

Michael McIntyre, at one of his comedy roadshows, reflecting my views on designer labels! Short but sweet.

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Muppets - Rockin' Robin

The recent passing of Michael Jackson got me thinking about his early career with the Jackson Five and my favourite song of theirs, Rockin' Robin. Here's a fitting tribute from the Muppets.

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Bill Bailey - Texting Song

Bill Bailey shows what he thinks of the bland lyrics of modern songs. I really hate predictive text, do you?

Bill Bailey text song lyrics:
I texted you on a monday
But you did not get my text till Tuesday
Because of a network problem

I texted you on a Wednesday
But did not know that you'd called
Because your SIM Card was not correctly Installed

Oh,no no no

You texted me on a Thursday
To say that you would meet me at the Shopping Centre
And i texted you back and said
"Where should i meet you?"
And you said Dixons
But i did not know which Dixons you meant
Was it the one inside the door
Or was it the one further up by Currys
...These are my worries

You texted me on a Monday
To tell me it was over
But i did not understand
Because you used Predictive Text

And it was
Jrrg gruuh nnmmg guu hmmg doo doo doo

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Bill Bailey - Snooker Song

Bill Bailey's musical prowess shows again in this imagining of what the music sounds like once the BBC Snooker has started.

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Friends - Ross' tan

Ross(David Schwimer)decides to try out a spray tanning booth with (I've always wanted to say this) hillarious results!

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Monday, July 20, 2009

Whose Line is it Anyway - Helping Hands - Baby

Ryan Styles, Greg Proops and Paul Merton act out a scene in the UK version of the improvisational show, showing you how to change a baby's nappy - badly.

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Muppets - Elmo and Ricky Gervais

Funny out-takes from Ricky Gervais' appearance on Sesame Street with Elmo.

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Muppets - Danny Boy

Strangely touching version of the Irish classic, featuring the Swedish Chef, Animal and Beaker (who manages to reach those high notes.) Anyone who's ever sung this while horribly drunk will relate to this clip.

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Michael McIntyre - The French

Michael McIntyre gives us his take on the French, in his own inimitable style.

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Dead Ringers - Torchwood

Jon Culshaw and the gang take the piss out of grown up Dr. Who spin off Torchwood. John Barrowman won't be happy.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Dead Ringers - Obi Wan Buys a Car

The highly talented impressionist Jon Culshaw attemptes to buy a used car - disguised as Obi Wan Kenobi. The salesman copes incredibly well, only backing off when Darth Vader shows up.

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Alan Davies - British Airways

Alan Davies ruminates about British Airways pilots and what they might be up to while making the announcements. I suppose I relate to the 'special meal' routine as it's happened to me more than once.

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Saturday, July 18, 2009

Big Train - The Working Class

Absolutely terrifying for the upper-middle class, this Hitchcock spoof could have you scurrying back to your bungalow in fright. You've been warned.

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The Chaser's War on Everything - Experts

Ever wondered how those current affairs shows get their 'experts' to look like, well, experts? The Chaser conducts another masterclass.

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Friday, July 17, 2009

The Chaser's War on Everything - Osama Bin Laden's video message

Apparantly Osama has heard about the Australian satarists shenanigans, and he's not too happy about it...

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Chewin the Fat - Lost Wean

Karen Dunbar does what I'm sure many of us would like to do in her situation i.e.give bad parents a good telling off. Oh, and for those of you not from Scotland, wean means child.

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Kids in the Hall - These are the Daves I Know

Comedy song from the surreal Canadian comedy show. Those high waisted early '90's jeans make the clip even funnier. I know a fair few Daves. Maybe you should ask yourself this question: How many Daves do you know?

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It's a Knockout - Penguin Game

Stuart Hall from UK 1970's game show 'It's a Knockout' commentates on the European version of the show 'Jeux Sans Frontieres'. Well, I say commentates, he just laughs all the way through, which is what he always did! Cheer on British contestant Doug in this classic clip.

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Irn Bru Ad - Pop Stars

Another classic from Irn Bru. Do they do the best ads in the world?

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Irn Bru Ad - Family Sings

A wholesome ad with a rather surprising ending.

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Thursday, July 16, 2009

Harry Enfield - Intellectual Scaffolders

Is this really what builders talk about in between abusing passers by? Could be.....

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Harry Enfield - American Tourists

Isn't she probably pretty?

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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Bill Bailey - French Ambulance Song

Bill Bailey illustrates how the French treat their emergencies compared to the Brits.

sorry about the poor quality, all the best Bill Bailey vids have been removed from youtube :(

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High Life - Piff Paff Poff

The camp air stewards of Air Scotia have a go at the song for Europe. It doesn't work out quite how they planned.

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Monday, July 13, 2009

Porridge - Rilk

What's a Rilk? Find out in this classic clip.

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Big Bang Theory - Sheldon's Loom

Sheldon's mom (Laurie Metcalf) comes to visit as Leonard is worried about him.

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Big Bang Theory - Penny Blossoms

Penny shows Sheldon her idea for a new business

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Scrubs - Dominican

Turk proves he knows very little about his wife Carla.

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Sunday, July 12, 2009

Scrubs - Guy Love

These two are the best of friends, just good chums, manly mates etc. etc.

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Scrubs - Poo Song

Scrubs' scatological song!

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Children's favourite Bible stories

This is one of my favourite of all TV out-takes. It's what I'm tempted to do when I run out of wine...

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Rowan Atkinson - Amazing Jesus

I think this is edited a bit at the end, but funny nevertheless.

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Not the Nine O'clock News - Record Shop

Ever felt like this in a shop?

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Saturday, July 11, 2009

Dog and Baby - Hand to hand

Cute rather than funny, but the baby ends up smiling, which is nice. Also, dogs are always amusing.

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Dara O'Brian - Bible

Dara chats about everything from women in Cork who are ignorant of world religions to getting your appendix out, with his normal charm and humour.

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Star Trek - Review of the new movie

Superb spoof review of new Star Treck movie.

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Eddie Izzard - Supermarkets

Queues in supermarkets and buying groceries at 3am from a garage. Eddie Izzard manages to make the most mundane subject matter hillarious. A joy.

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Lenny Henry - Parkinson Interview

Lenny sings imaginary hymns, made up by his eldelry relatives. Joy in the face of sorrow.

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Friday, July 10, 2009

The Big Bang Theory - Leonard to the rescue

That's right, it's all a dream.

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Big Bang Theory - Tampons

Sheldon is baffled by Penny's resistance to his logic.

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Airplane - Stewardess

Bear in mind this was way before Bridget Jones' 'Smug Marrieds''

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'Allo 'Allo, - Captain Bertorelli

Whadda mistaka da maka!

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'Allo 'Allo - Officer Crabtree

It's that idiot English policeman who thinks he can speak French. Good moaning...

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'Allo 'Allo - The Gateau from the Chateau

The plot to kill the general thickens...

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Banned VW ad

A lesson in parenting?

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Catherine Tate - Office Translator

Catherine Tate's office worker manages to offend everyone when she volunteers to translate seven languages that she doesn't speak. Oh, the cliches.

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Yes, Minister

Jim Hacker (Paul Eddington) is scandalised to discover another government mistake.

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Yes, Prime Minister - Who Reads the Papers

Still true to a certain extent I think!

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Thursday, July 9, 2009

Red Dwarf - Drunk!

The boys have a boozy night out in the ship's bar. Drunken confessions are never a good idea, are they?

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Red Dwarf - Vindaloovians

The Red Dwarf crew try to convince a hostile enemy they aren't human.

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Red Dwarf - It's a Banana

Lister teaches Kryton to lie - a trickier task than you might think.

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Red Dwarf - King of the Potato People

With the Cat, Lister and Kryten in Quarentine, they are at the mercy of Rimmer. Unfortunately, he's gone mad.

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Red Dwarf - Talkie Toaster

Kryten tries to be helpful by fixing the toaster only to discover that it's the most annoying machine in the universe. Lister can't take it in this classic early episode clip of Red Dwarf!

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Blackadder Goes Forth - Speckled Jim

General Sir Anthony Cecil Hogmanay Melchett (Stephen Fry) describes the special relationship he had with his pigeon to Captain Kevin Darling (Tim McInnery)

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Blackadder Goes Forth - I Spy

I spy, with my little eye....

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Blackadder II -Bob

Blackadder is confused as he falls for one of the least convincing male impressionists ever.

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Blackadder II - Young Crone

Blackadder seeks the Wise Woman in Putney.

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Blackadder The Third - Macbeth

Blackadder treats actors' superstition with the contempt it deserves.

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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Chewin the Fat - The Virgin Mary

A typical creationist teacher? Her accent is possibly the best I've ever heard though.

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Armstrong and Miller - Foreigners

Cut off by the test card once again, this time while in the middle of insulting Johnny Foreigner.

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Armstrong and Miller - Mrs. Palmer

A cheeky song, cruelly interrupted by the test card.

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Big Bang Theory - Sword Master

Truly nerd-tastic!

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Big Bang Theory - Kilngon Boggle

Which would you rather do:Play Kilingon Boggle or watch America's Top Model? Neither seem appealing to me!

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Victoria Wood - Saturday Night

I'm sure we've all known a Tracy and Nicola at some point in our lives, even it was just passing them by on a Saturday night outside the pub. It certainly reminds me of nights out when I was a studnet!

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Victoria Wood - Things would never have worked

Apparantly, Victoria has had trouble getting laughs with one of the lines in this one ever since Margaret Thatcher was ousted as Prime Minister. I still think it's a classic.

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Victoria Wood - The Ballad of Barry and Frieda (or 'Let's Do It')

The song with which she'd always finish her live shows. A work of art.

also known as Victoria Wood - The Ballad of Barry and Freda.

Freda and Barry sat one night,
The sky was clear, the stars were bright,
The wind was soft, the moon was up,
Freda drained her cocoa cup.

She licked her lips, she felt sublime,
She switched off Gardeners' Question Time.
Barry cringed in fear and dread
As Freda grabbed his tie and said….

Let's do it,Let's do it,
Do it while the mood is right
I'm feeling, appealing,
I've really got an appetite.
I'm on fire, with desire,
I could handle half the tenors in a male voice choir.
Let's do it, let's do it, tonight.

But he said:
I can't do it,I can't do it,
I don't believe in too much sex
This fashion, for passion,
Turns us into nervous wrecks
No derision, my decision,
I'd rather watch the Spinners on the television.
I can't do it, I can't do it, tonight.

So she said:
Let's do it, Let's do it,
Do it till our hearts go boom
Go native, creative,
Living in the living room
This folly, is jolly,
Bend me over backwards on me hostess trolley.
Let's do it, let's do it, tonight.

But he said:
I can't do it, I can't do it,
Me ‘eavy breathing days’ve gone
I'm older, feel colder,
It's other things that turn me on,
I'm imploring, i'm boring,
Let me read this catalogue on vinyl flooring.
I can't do it, I can't do it, tonight.

So she said:
Let's do it, Let's do it,
Have a crazy night of love.
I'll strip bare, I'll just wear,
Stilettos and an oven glove.
Don't starve a, girl of a palava,
Dangle from the wardrobe in yer balaclava.
Let's do it, let's do it, tonight.

But he said:
I can't do it, I can't do it,
I know I'd only get it wrong.
Don't angle, for me to dangle,
Me arms have never been that strong.
Stop pouting, stop shouting,
You know I pulled a muscle when I did that grouting.
I can't do it, I can't do it, tonight.

Let's do it, let's do it,
Share a night of wild romance,
Frenetic, poetic,
This could be your last big chance,
To quote Milton, to eat stilton,
To roll in gay abandon on the tufted Wilton.
Let's do it, let's do it, tonight.

I can't do it, I can't do it,
I've got other little jobs on hand,
Don't grouse, around the house,
I've got a busy evening planned.
Stop nagging, I'm flagging,
You know as well as I do that the pipes want lagging.
Can't do it, can't do it, tonight.

Let's do it, let's do it,
While I'm really in the mood
Three cheers, it's years,
Since I caught you even semi-nude
Get drastic, gymnastic,
Wear your baggy Y-fronts with the loose elastic,
but let's do it, let's do it, tonight.

I can't do it, I can't do it,
I must refuse to get undressed.
I feel silly, it's too chilly,
To go without me thermal vest
Don't choose me, don't use me,
Me mother sent a note to say you must excuse me
I can't do it,I can't do it, tonight.

Let's do it, let's do it,
I feel I absolutely must,
I won't exempt you, want to tempt you,
Want to drive you mad with lust
No cautions, just contortions,
Smear an avocado on my lower portions
Let's do it, let's do it tonight.

I can't do it, I can't do it,
Its really not my cup of tea,
I'm harassed, embarrassed,
I wish you hadn't picked on me.
No dramas, give me me pyjamas,
The only girl I'm mad about is Judith Chalmers
I can't do it, I can't do it, tonight.

Let's do it, let's do it,
I really want to run amok
Let's wiggle, lets jiggle,
Let's really make the rafters rock
Be mighty, be flighty,
Come and melt the buttons on me flameproof nightie
Let's do it, let's do it, tonight.

Let's do it, let's do it,
I really want to rant and rave.
Let's go, 'cos I know,
Just how I want you to behave
Not bleakly, not meekly,
Beat me on the bottom with a Woman's Weekly
Let's do it, let's do it, tonight.

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Lenny Henry - Women are telepathic

My favourite bit is the kid at the end who is going to be asking his parents all sorts of awkward questions when they get home.

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Big Bang Theory - The Problem with Teleportation

That is a problem.....

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Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Monty Python - Knights of the Round Table Song - Lego

Lego's version of Camelot. It is a silly place.

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Monty Python - Lumberjack Song

All together now 'He's a lumberjack and he's ok...'

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Britian's Got Talent - Gin the Dog

Not so much funny as uplifting. It's so obvious the tremendous bond owner and dog have and how much they both love performing. Why does everyone keep assuming the dog is male though? Go sisters!

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Eddie Izzard - Pavlov's Cats

Why has nobody done this experiment? Genius.

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Dara O'Brian - On disciplining children

Let this be a warning to all mothers who do this!

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Jeff Dunham and Achmed the Dead Terrorist

Ventriloquist with a deeply political edge. Contains material that may offend those of a religious persuasion. Incredibly funny for the rest of us though! I think the best way of coping with the abhorrent phenomenon of suicide bombers is to ridicule them.

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David Strassman and Chuck Wood

A tale of morality from David Strassman's more cynical puppet.

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Paul Zerdin with Sam at The Comedy Store

More ventiloquism!

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David Strassman and Ted E Bear

Ted E Bear is my favourite Strassman character, but the asides from Chuck Wood (sitting with his back to us) are fab too.

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Nina Conti at the Montreal Comedy Festival

Modern ventriloquism with one woman and her monkey...

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Monday, July 6, 2009

The Big Bang Theory - The Friendship Algorithm

How theoretical physicists make friends?

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Armstrong and Miller - The Origins of Small Talk

You like Mammoth?

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That Mitchell and Webb Look - Bronze orientation day

Transition and change are inevitable, but never easy...

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Armstong and Miller - Pilots (Military Hospital)

Loosing a leg - random.

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Armstrong and Miller - Pilots

They is awesome trousers man....

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Simon's Cat - Let Me In

A hungry cat resorts to increasingly desperate measures to get indoors.

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Simon's Cat - TV Dinner

A hungry cat resorts to increasingly desperate measures to gain its owner's attention.

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Simon's Cat - Cat-Man-Do

A hungry cat resorts to increasingly desperate measures to wake its sleeping owner.

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Sunday, July 5, 2009

Friends - Rachel's pigoen

The funniest pre credits sequence to a Friends episode ever!

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Red Dwarf - Tongue Tied

A great song from one of the early series'. So this is what the Cat dreams about....

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Malteasers - Wide Mouthed Frog

Ah the memories....

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It's a Big Ad.....

The Kiwis really know how to sell beer and take the micky out of themselves at the same time.

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Red Dwarf. Ace Rimmer - What a Guy!

Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast. One of the finest set pieces the Red Dwarf crew have ever produced.

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Saturday, July 4, 2009

Irn Bru 'Pepsi style' Ad

This ad was made as a piss take of the Pepsi ads of the time. Brilliantly done. Another classic from Irn Bru.

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Even if you're not old enough to remember this one you'll still love it. For my money it's the best ad ever!

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Lee Mack - Live at the Apollo 2007

Stand up from one of the masters of the one-liners.

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Stephen K Amos at the Royal Variety Performance 2007

One of the funniest comedians around. Do you remember Jamie and the Magic Torch?

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Tim Vine at The 2009 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Gala

Pay attention or you might miss a gag! Featuring the inspired song 'Alarm Bells'.

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Michael McIntyre Royal Variety Performance 2008

Hillarious performance in the presence of Charles and Camilla no less. Do you have a 'Man Drawer'?

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A womans' place

A warning to all women. Know your limits!

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The Great Battersea Breakout

Strange things were happening at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home when dogs were found wondering free in the night. They fitted CCTV and they found the culprit, a lurcher dog

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Sam the shoplifting seagull

A sneaky seagull has turned shoplifter by wandering into a store and helping himself to his favourite crisps.

The fearless bird lies in wait every day and pounces at a corner shop in Aberdeen when the door opens.

He sneaks in, grabs his spicy Doritos, then flies off with them in his beak and shares them with other birds.

The seagull, nicknamed Sam by staff and customers, has become so popular locals have started paying for his crisps.

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Wes Borg - internet helpdesk

Wes Borg - internet helpdesk comedy sketch.

I've recently moved to BT (british telecom) for broadband and sadly I've had to ring them a few times, they rang told me my modem would be here on the 16th, then on the 17th I got a letter saying it'd be there on the 19th... didn't arrive.

I rang the helpdesk, they had less information than I did!

After 4 hours of following their instruction manual, didn't work, then setup the way my old modem was, 10 minutes later internet! I wished I'd tried that first. I understand why people have to ring support, it maybe a ploy by BT as it's a pay per minute phone number!!!

I worked at a support desk in Australia, I got one call from a temp employee that was helping out with a giant scan and print operation.

user: "the scanner doesn't work"
me: "ok can you check the screen to see if there are any errors?"
user: "screen won't come on either"
me: "ok can you please check the power point under the desk to see if a plug's been knocked out"
user: "I can't see under the table, I'll get a torch, there's been a black out"
me: "um, ok, when the power comes back on, if you have any more problems let me know"

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Star Wars, Death Star, Help Desk with Stormtrooper

I remember compaq had to change their "press any key" to "press C key" as they got too many "I can't find the any key"

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The Website Is Down- Sales Guy vs. Web Dude

nothing like a little IT support fun. I've been on both sides of this sort of phone call.

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Thursday, July 2, 2009

Extreme Sheep Herding - With Lights!

I want to see them make a christmas tree! Anyone know if this is real, or is it computer generated?

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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

When Kites go bad

I don't want this to become a "funniest home videos" website, but my brother loves kites and this one really reminded me of him!

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