‘PRINCE CHARLES SAID HE LIKED MY ‘DEADPANNERY', WHICH ISN'T A REAL WORD BUT IT'S HIS MUM’S ENGLISH, SO
HE CAN SAY WHAT HE LIKES'
Jimmy Carr’s gameshow Your Face or Mine tried to prove that looks count for just about everything. Here’s a bunch of comics appearing in Glasgow who trade on both their comedy timing and cuteness.
I Dylan Moran A certain breed of fan goes hell for leather for celtic dypsos. The rnosl ironic winner of the Perrier is the personification of this condition. though watching his character in B/ack Books live the life of a threadbare tosser would test the libido of the most fervent adorer. I Des Clarke The cheeky Scottish scamp with the flower in his inputh has shared a damp Saturday morning sofa with Cat Deeley. And Brian Dowling. Which spreads his tanbase and doubles his fun.
I Natalie Haynes A chick with shades who tells dirty jokes? Serf of. Though if you believe her material. La Haynes is more like the cuddly stalker next door. In her 2002 show she told of meeting one boyfriend on the streets of Edinburgh. We can only speculate on who did the chasing. I Johnny Vegas The thinking tart's chunk of love. big bad John has shown more flesh on
stage in his time than any self respecting drunkard really should. Not that we believe he ever would but the potter formerly known as Michael Pennington could now hook in the ladies by playing the sensitive single dad card.
” Tiernan How could a sguidgy. Irish SCllll'lllldgCl be
.4 symbol of erotic arousal? Well. check out the front row of Corrs lookalikes (the female onesl who regularly populate his gigs. Maybe they're there for his breathless skits about phone sex.