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  1. At the copa.....copacabana

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    Default Favourite comedy/stand up comedians

    So I was sitting up just after "the bells" watching Lee Mack with tears streaming down my face and I thought it maybe the basis of a good thread.

    So far the highlights comedy wise for me, have been the tv show adaptation of Mrs Brown's boys and the aforementioned lee Mack stand up.

    So, what have been your comedy highlights tv show/stand up/ movies of 2011
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    you sir have a fine taste in comedy. lee mack is funny as ****, and I just wet myself at Mrs Browns boys. did you see the one where she left her purse at home, so she just walked through the set? had me in stitches.


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    LOL, im not a mod so i cant do that. If he or anyone else gets banned its cause they broke the rules and Pearl saw fit to ban them..

  3. At the copa.....copacabana

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisr696 View Post
    you sir have a fine taste in comedy. lee mack is funny as ****, and I just wet myself at Mrs Browns boys. did you see the one where she left her purse at home, so she just walked through the set? had me in stitches.
    Just watching the DVD - yeah, it was great. Currently watching the downstairs toilet episode.

    Rhod Gilbert is also a very good comedian, he was great on the Michael macintyre Christmas comedy roadshow thing on Christmas day.
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    Of course Carlin is great. But for new guys? I am fond of Daniel Tosh, he's pretty witty and fast paced. Not stupid either, he sometimes has some relevant things to say. I like plenty more, but those are two off the top of my head.

    One time I tried showing my friend a Carlin stand up. He said that he couldn't hold his attention like Dane Cook could. apkjajtraowtiaowirawiraowirawimaoidfmaowe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunk-a-hunk-a-burning-love View Post
    Rhod Gilbert is also a very good comedian, he was great on the Michael macintyre Christmas comedy roadshow thing on Christmas day.
    +1, my entire family were crying with laughter at that. John Bishop is pretty funny too.

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    I know everyone's going to be "wtf, he ****ing sucks bro", but I really like Russel Peters.

    I've seen him live twice. Luckily, I've been at the back both times

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    Louis C.K. and Jimmy Carr.

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    Oh god. Carlin, Chris Rock, Russel Peters, Demetri Martin, Louis CK, Tim Minchin....so many good ones.
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    Marcus Brigstocke - Watch this, it's only a minute long. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RA3jt...eature=related I find it absolutely hilarious! One of the only things that has me laughing every time.

    Milton Jones - He's hilarious, without the need to swear, which compared to most is an achievement!

    Reginald D Hunter. He's just so cool, and again very very funny!

    Bill Bailey.

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    Bo Burnham.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fat Sam View Post
    +1, my entire family were crying with laughter at that. John Bishop is pretty funny too.
    Bishop is great. I need to get a hold of Bill Bailliey's metal album -it's meant to be great
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    And I don't care if you don't like my drumming. I challenge anyone on this forum to a drum-off right now! I have played so long and studied so many different genres of music that I am absolutely proficient with pretty much anything I choose to do.

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    Bill Hicks, Dennis Miller, and Mitch Hedburg.

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