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Discussion in 'Lounge' started by big_bad_doug, Jun 3, 2014.
I don't care who you are, now that's funny.
Lol...... They are my favorites... Always a sign of intelligence I look for. If you find them funny, you've usually got a reasonably smart person on your hands.
Like I always said,
"Light in the Loafers Limeys"
I've always been a big fan of the British style of humor. Their sitcoms are generally much funnier than the crap coming out of hollywierd.
Their humour is generally more intelligent
(Notice I used the British spelling of "humor")
Black adder? Or faulty towers..... Both frickin hilarious.
I like British crime movies you know British gangsta , heavy London accent that sort of stuff.
Lock, stock and two smoking barrels and it's follow up Snatch are hilarious.
Although he made a couple of real stinkers Michael Caine was one of my favorite British crime actors.
I remember back in high school in one class we were occasionally allowed to bring in a movie for the class to watch (if it was teacher approve of course). I brought holy grail knowing it was hilarious and thought the others would love it. I think two or three people out of the class, who I already considered friends, actually enjoyed it. The rest complained the whole time. I wrote them off as morons after that.
British television, where writers actually know how to write, and dialog is critical. Unlike most of the Krap we get here.
Absolutely Fabulous and The Young Ones were my favorites.
The young ones was the first time I ever saw Motörhead...... Lemmy is one oooogly dude. All the Vivian-Rick interplays were awesome.
Hey Mr. Bull, someone sent me a message to fwd to you...
Now that's funny!!! I'd gladly take the bird from Mr. Kilmister.... I think that's how he says your' number one in his book.
I used to be rockin' on this
That one is photo-chopped, however
not by me though!
That was the song they did on the young ones...
Yeah, it's too bad that show didn't last longer. I think they were a little ahead of their time.
talk about terrible irony, i've just learned that "The Young Ones" creator and actor Rik Mayall has passed away:
Wow..... That's wierd timing.