Resolved Question: Scottish but not football
The live show still going ahead after one of the stars lost his wee boy. And more importantly, the way he always seems to be laughing and joking and pulling faces for the camera in promoting these shows.
He is either very cold or still in shock. Either way, it has put me right off him. What do you think? OK - I seem to be having a go at him and that's not fair. And I don't really have a problem with the "show must go on" and getting back to some kind of normality attitude.
It's probably because he is in the entertainment business, but I find all this face pulling and laughing and joking and playing up for the cameras and doing comedy promotions on the radio very uncomfortable. I've lost people myself and couldn't even begin to imagine behaving like that weeks later.
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Resolved Question: Do you know this Scottish
My wife and I are driving ourselves mad trying to remember the name of this comedian. He is Scottish, and the only bit of his act we can remember is when he talks about his son, in which he states that his son's version of reality is completely askew:
"If something doesn't fit his view of the world, he just ******' abandons it! 'I can't go downtown; I haven't got me sword!' and 'Not now, daddy, I've got a meeting with a dragon by the couch.'"
Any idea what his name is? We would love to see some more of his work.
P.S.: No, it is NOT Billy Connoly.
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