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Boojum

James Acaster Is A Twat

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Watched the latest original Dave show: Hypothetical. Wasn't impressed :nea: I love Taskmaster, probably my favourite comedy show of recent years. But Hypothetical is shite, I quite like Josh Widdicombe - he reminds me of a cocker spaniel my aunt had lol But the show is ruined by James Acaster. Twat. His spoilt child schtick is not funny, I just want to punch him in the gob. Twat.

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Just now, Boojum said:

Watched the latest original Dave show: Hypothetical. Wasn't impressed :nea: I love Taskmaster, probably my favourite comedy show of recent years. But Hypothetical is shite, I quite like Josh Widdicombe - he reminds me of a cocker spaniel my aunt had lol But the show is ruined by James Acaster. Twat. His spoilt child schtick is not funny, I just want to punch him in the gob. Twat.

He is an acquired taste mate , I think he wants to be Vivian from the Young Ones , mind you I haven't seen his standup

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I agree,but I also think the same about Josh Widdicombe.lol

I've lost touch with alot of these comedians lately, maybe it's an age thing! 

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7 minutes ago, Boojum said:

I quite like Josh Widdicombe - he reminds me of a cocker spaniel my aunt had lol .

 

Not watched the show myself but Josh reminds me of Zippy off Rainbow and sounds like him lol

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2 hours ago, Jimboo said:

mind you I haven't seen his standup

 

 

seriously mate ..... you havent missed  much  lol

 

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I like Acaster - his Netflix 4-show specials were very very good. I defy you to go shopping and use a divider the same way again  ....

 

And for a mainstream BBC light entertainment prog, this was simply comedy gold ...

 

 

 

 

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I confess it was a drunk thread to post :rolleyes: Can't say I've ever seen him do stand-up, only thing I've seen him on before this was when he was on Taskmaster, and he came across as a bit of a petulant cock on that so it's perhaps coloured my view, I just watched the first episode of Hypothetical and he got on my tits (it wasn't very good regardless of him, though, one comedy panel show too far perhaps). I do have a horrible tendency to make snap judgements, especially when I've had a light ale or two :doh:

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9 minutes ago, Boojum said:

I confess it was a drunk thread to post :rolleyes: Can't say I've ever seen him do stand-up, only thing I've seen him on before this was when he was on Taskmaster, and he came across as a bit of a petulant cock on that so it's perhaps coloured my view, I just watched the first episode of Hypothetical and he got on my tits (it wasn't very good regardless of him, though, one comedy panel show too far perhaps). I do have a horrible tendency to make snap judgements, especially when I've had a light ale or two :doh:

 

Watch that clip, and beg, borrow or steal a way to watch the 4 Netflix specials (in order). If you find yourself able to trawl Netflix, check out Vas Dir - an Indian stand-up who is very very funny.

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He is great live, has something about him. One of the better new comics.

 

Cheers :smokin:

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Definitely an acquired taste I think but I really enjoyed the Netflix specials, though I had seen some of the material previously on iplayer.

 

I can see how he could rub folk the wrong way at first.

 

I've gone right off panel shows of late tbh, I watched "the fix" on Netflix with Jimmy Carr and Kathryn Ryan and the first few episodes I enjoyed but it got old fast too..

 

Stand up ftw in my world

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@Boojum

 

I see your Twat and raise you a Cunt. (Not sure that reads too well but hey lol )

 

James Corden.

 

 

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Aye, I have absoutely no idea how that bellend keeps getting work, he's about as funny as a rectal prolapse.

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Oh if we're into annoying comedies I'll throw Tim Vine in... 

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6 minutes ago, Muppet said:

Oh if we're into annoying comedies I'll throw Tim Vine in... 

 

No, sorry but you may not. Foot firmly down. How can you be offended by Tim Vine.

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Just now, monkeypig said:

How can you be offended by Tim Vine.

 

Easily, every time he opens his mouth.default_sick.gif..offended by his brother too but in a totally different way...default_sick.gif

 
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