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  • myrtle1990
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    Hi!

    My TOP 10
    Brigitte Bardot
    Brigitte Bardot
    Brigitte Bardot
    Brigitte Bardot
    Brigitte Bardot
    Brigitte Bardot
    Brigitte Bardot
    Brigitte Bardot
    Brigitte Bardot
    Brigitte Bardot

    Totally GOAT

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  • Kayleigh
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    Hi Everyone,

    How about a Top 10(ish) list of TV Dramas (including TV Crime Dramas and TV Soaps)?

    My nomination for that list is a long-running drama that is a 'Heartbeat' back to the 1960's - and the following clip includes one of my favourite characters/heart-throbs from the show (and, no, I'm not referring to the character 'Greengrass'! LOL):-

    http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rx_cjbptHKE

    Love
    Kayleigh x

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  • Kayleigh
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    3 more of Tommy Cooper's top-notch gags:-

    - I said to the Waiter "There's no chicken in this chicken soup"
    He said "There's no horse in the horseradish either" LOL

    - I asked the Waiter "How long will my spaghetti be?"
    He replied "I don't know, we never measure it" LOL

    - What do you call an out of work Jester?
    Nobody's Fool. LOL
    Last edited by Kayleigh; 8 November 2019, 08:10.

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  • Kayleigh
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    P.S A top 10 comedy moment from Tommy Cooper .... he nose how to tell a gag that will make an audience chuckle! LOL ....

    http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SHebrNNBxsE

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  • Kayleigh
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    Originally posted by Christoff View Post
    New Top Ten
    Comic actors/comedians

    Rik Mayall - The Young Ones and Bottom
    Ade Edmundson - Ditto
    Robin Williams - Mork from Orc
    Mike Myers - Everything
    Peter Kaye - Everything
    Miranda Hart - Miranda
    Bill Nighy
    Eddie Murphy
    Rowan Atkinson
    Monty Python
    The way that Jennifer always dilly-dallies and Saunders along the path, it's not surprising she was late for The Young Ones' Party.

    Rik Mayallways thinks he ties the rubbish bags up properly on bin collection day.

    But, ooops .. Jennifer has slipped on a banana skin and fallen on her bottom outside their house. Mr Edmondson quickly came to her Ade.

    But Jennifer thought she might be concussed when she glimpsed Bill toddling along wearing ladies' nightwear.

    Apparently Bill thought it was a sleepover party and had borrowed his wife's slippers and Nighy (because he always sleeps in his Birthday suit).

    But Bill does Love Actually wearing her slippers, sometimes, because they are so comfortable!

    And to be fair, Bill was very tired, after hitchhiking all the way there (using a very out-of-date 1970's Hitchhikers Guide) and he had even stopped off to buy some Galaxy bars for the party.

    At the party, Peter was sitting at the breakfast table eating a bowl of Special Kay. (He had brought a box of cereal with him because he thought it was a sleepover too!).

    Jasper was munching on a slice of Carrot cake, while rabbiting to Mike about his new car (an Austin) and the Powers of its engine.

    And Mike said that as he'd only had 3 of his '5 a day' today, he Myers well treat himself to 2 slices of Carrot cake, instead of just 1.

    Rowan had brought a loaf of bread and some tins of value baked beans for breakfast (bought from Mr Bean Atkinson's Grocery Stores) ... yes, yet another party-goer who thought it was a sleepover ....LOL.

    Steven suggested a Fry-up.

    But The Young Ones' gas hob wasn't working (because they hadn't paid their gas bill, again!).

    So, instead of beans on toast they made baked bean butties. (A shame because Jack had brought some pretty Deecent bacon with him).

    But Jo and Russell refused the butties because they only eat premium Brand beans.

    Eric had brought some seafood all the way from Morecombe Bay. Ernie said it was Wise to finish all of it (because The Young Ones' fridge had packed up, again!).

    And no problem, because Eddie had an extra Large serving of seafood (but Sid didn't because he has only got a Little appetite).

    Eddie Murphy arrived with his long-term girlfriend Miranda on his arm.

    But Miranda might be Hartbroken to know that her relationship with Eddie might not be as steddie as she thought!!

    Victoria had recently spotted Eddie M. in the local Woods, (at the the crack of Dawn), French-kissing with Jennifer.

    But what Jennifer might not think is Absolutely Fabulous to know, is that a Private Investigator (who drives a Robin Reliant and is from The Williams Detective Agency) had recently taken photos of 'her' Eddie with his latest 'squeeze' at Monty's petting zoo.

    And, unsurprisingly, it wasn't just the pets they were petting (and amusingly there is a pet snake called 'Sifon the Python' in the photos too!).

    But Miranda probably shouldn't complain, as she was recently papped at the same petting zoo, over-fondly stroking Eddie Large (and interestingly there is a pet reptile called 'Eddie LIzzard' in the photos too!).

    John the Bishop had taken a pew next to Bob the Monk, on the sofa. They were sipping cheap German white wine, while discussing the possibility of hosting the next party at the local Monkhouse where Bob lives.

    But they nearly spat out their Blue Nun when everyone's mobile phoned unexpectedly pinged.

    Everyone had received a text from Jimmy saying "Sorry, I Carrn't come to the party, I have been in-carrcerated on suspicion of tax fraud" LOL.

    John couldn't make it either because he couldn't find his car Cleese and he had hoped to get a lift from Jack.

    But Jack was delayed in London, due to heavy traffic at Whitehall.

    Meanwhile, P.I. Williams was trying to send some photos to his client Victoria.

    But the photos wouldn't send and so he asked his colleague Tommy (who drove a Mini Cooper) to help. Tommy said "Not like that, like this!" and he sent them "Just like that".

    Victoria Wood have loved to go to the party.

    But, unfortunatLee, Victoria and her boyfriend Mack had a bald cold. As they were Not Going Out, they watched Michael McIntyre on TV.

    And Victoria Al most dropped her bag of Murray Mints when her mobile pinged loudly. It was the photos she had been waiting for (and she promptly fowarded them to her best friend Miranda).

    Meanwhile at the party, old Bill, the Policeman, nearly crushed his Bailey's liqueur chocolates when everyone's mobiles suddenly pinged - yet again!

    Ooops, perhaps distracted by Michael McIntyre, Victoria might have pressed 'Send to All'??

    But hey, 'Send to All' could be a mistake that any Comedian could easily make - including Miranda! ..LOL...

    http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=M_PRYGccwpg

    Love to everyone,
    Kayleigh x
    Last edited by Kayleigh; 8 November 2019, 07:56.

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  • Kayleigh
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    Originally posted by Christoff View Post
    Yeah I heard George and Mildred had Butterflies whilst moving into Robin's Nest due to the Rising Damp
    Their previous landlords sound like snakes in the grass to me - perhaps George and Mildred should have reported them to 'Watchdog' for being 'Rogue Traders??!' LOL

    However, they were over the moon with their new home sweet home (and their pet snake 'Blackadder' enjoyed many 'Happy Days' in 'The Green Green Grass' outside!).

    ... and when George and Mildred looked up towards 'The Sky at Night', they noticed a 'Pie in the Sky', which reminded them to go to Arkwright's corner shop...

    (yes, the local Kwik-E-Mart is quicker to get to and Apu's prices are much cheaper - but it was too late to do a 'Supermarket Sweep' there, as unfortunately it is not 'Open All Hours'. LOL)

    ... where they bought some 'Bread' and 'Porridge' for breakfast - and, for supper, they purchased a Chicken Pot Pie (as recommended by their American cousin, 'CCinJersey') and also some potatoes to make some ....

    http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=De2AYTlUU0I
    .... and everyone thinks that my jokes are corny!! LOL

    Wonderful Wednesday wishes to everyone in this fabulous forum family.

    Love to everyone,
    Kayleigh x

    P.S...

    ...Christoff - Being a fan of Peter Kaye, I nominate him to be on a list of top comedians - also because, of course, I am always number 1 on his 'List of Top 10 Comediennes to do a Car-Share with' !! LOL

    http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=80zFGsHNFjY#searching
    Last edited by Kayleigh; 3 November 2019, 19:19.

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  • Christoff
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    New Top Ten
    Comic actors/comedians

    Rik Mayall - The Young Ones and Bottom
    Ade Edmundson - Ditto
    Robin Williams - Mork from Orc
    Mike Myers - Everything
    Peter Kaye - Everything
    Miranda Hart - Miranda
    Bill Nighy
    Eddie Murphy
    Rowan Atkinson
    Monty Python

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  • Christoff
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    ha ha

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  • Kayleigh
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    'Sorry!' again, about not having that 'aint half ....' video you were looking for Christoff!

    It might only be a 2 to 1 chance, but in the unlikely event that The Likely Lads have got a pirate copy, I promise that you will be number 1 on my list of 'top 10 forum members to be told'!. LOL

    Also, Del Boy has been on the blower, saying that he will check with a mush in Shepherds Bush to find out if there are any copies left in Hookey Street - and he says he has got other stock you might be interested in, including plenty of bushes!!! .... LOL. ..

    http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=m3Kkvwyyf2c

    "Have a nice day"
    Kayleigh
    Last edited by Kayleigh; 30 October 2019, 11:33.

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  • Christoff
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    Yeah I heard George and Mildred had Butterflies whilst moving into Robin's Nest due to the Rising Damp

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  • Kayleigh
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    Hi Christoff,

    Sorry, I can't help you out with the 'it ain't half hot Mum' video (apparently its non-PC rating has made it too hot for even Del-Boy to handle!!) .. and I think I can hear the fire engine sirens, as we speak! LOL .....

    Meanwhile, the latest gossip from the Vicar of Dibley is that Sid James has invited Father Ted to 'Bless This House' ..
    http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=r2wWdyS2D8A

    and, of course, it wouldn't be the 1970's without a bit of marital harmony in the kitchen :-

    http:/https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=X5H2U4U4gm8/

    Cheers!
    Kayleigh

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  • Christoff
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    Originally posted by Barry52 View Post
    Hi Kayleigh,

    Somehow I missed the Sykes program but I think they were trying to copy Are You Being Served or maybe it was the other way round. Again the PC police would probably rule this out now.

    Love,
    Barry

    Oh yes be aware of offending people or the PC brigade, Social Justice warriors or Antifa will be on you like a ton of bricks!!!!……………….now where did I leave my 'it ain't half hot video??

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  • Christoff
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    Originally posted by Kayleigh View Post
    Thank you to Christoff for starting this Top 10 Thread.

    I thought about compiling a list of 10 Classic British sitcoms (but decided to write a short story to include them in instead).

    But I got a bit carried away, so there might be a few more than 10 sitcoms! - and I've included a few American sitcoms in there as well ...

    A SITCOM SAGA ....

    In a genuine attempt to 'Love Thy Neighbour' (rather than just 'Keeping Up Appearances'), 'Terry and June' decided to invite their new neighbours, Mr and Mrs 'Steptoe and Son' and their lodger over for dinner.

    When they arrived, the Steptoes said 'Hi-de-hi!' and introduced themselves as 'Will and Grace' and their son 'Frasier'. Their lodger said 'Hello, I'm Alan Partridge!'. To which Terry replied 'Allo Allo', this is 'My Family' - my wife June and our son and his wife, 'Gavin and Stacey'.

    Over dinner, they found out they were all very much 'Birds of a Feather'. Both families weren't the average family of '2 point 4 children' and they all grew up in average homes that were '3 up, 2 down' - rather than being 'To The Manor Born' or living in a palace, like 'The Royale Family'.

    Furthermore, June and Grace were both 'Dinnerladies' and Terry and Will had both done 'Porridge' in the same Prison (but they both agree, now, that the best way to enjoy 'The Good Life' and to ensure plenty of 'Happy Days', is by 'Going Straight'!!).

    Everyone congratulated Terry and June for an 'Absolutely Fabulous' homemade meal, with all the 'Extras', including freshly baked 'Bread'! Although, when Gavin tasted the soup, he did proclaim 'It ain't half hot Mum!'.

    ... and a gift from the Steptoes (a bottle of 'Duty Free' Sherry) was a great 'Boon' to accompany Terry's terrifically tasty (but terribly un-tipsy!) trifle.

    Afterwards, they got a 'Taxi' to a bar called 'Cheers!' where they do a great half price deal on '2 pints of lager and a packet of crisps' (and 'Only Fools and Horses' would want to miss out on that great deal!).

    The barman, who was called 'Red Dwarf' (and was standing on a rather tall barstool LOL) asked 'Are you being Served?' - This is the Wine List, but I'm very 'Sorry!' if you wanted to order 'Last of the Summer Wine' - because it's already gone!

    Apparently, every last drop had been drunk by a group of squadies who had 'Outnumbered' all the other customers in the bar last night - furthermore, 'Red Dwarf' said that the squadies had all been from his 'Dad's Army'! LOL

    'The Vicar of Dibley' (whose first name is 'Miranda') was in the snug with 'Father Ted'. Supposedly, they are 'Just Good Friends'? LOL - but she has told me she always gets 'Butterflies' in her tummy when she sees Ted! - and, 'As Time Goes By', Ted can't think of a nicer person to spend time with, while 'Waiting For God'!

    And in Father Ted's opinion, why should only 'The Young Ones' have all the fun - and, indeed, he hasn't got 'One Foot in the Grave', quite yet! And taking a 'Big Break' sometimes should be no 'Big Deal', as he was usually a 'Yes Minister!' man, who was always 'In The Thick of It' with church matters, including fundraising to fix all of his churches many 'Fawlty Towers'!

    Propping up the bar were 'Citizen Smith' and 'Citizen Khan'. They were good 'Friends' and the lodger (Alan Partridge) recognised them from 'The Office' where he worked.

    Alan said that Smith & Khan had earned the nickname of 'The Likely Lads' - and, after a few drinks, it wasn't unusual for them to be 'Men Behaving Badly'. LOL Oh dear, 'Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em!', don't they? LOL

    Also at the bar was a group of very friendly lads, who said they were all 'Mrs Brown's Boys' from Ireland. LOL

    The bar was 'Open All Hours'. However, after a few drinks both families decided that, although it's nice to not be 'Not Going Out' sometimes, it was time for them to leave and get 'On the Buses' because 'There's No Place Like Home'. LOL

    ..... and on the bus journey home, they chatted to a couple called 'George and Mildred'.

    I don't think its all 'Happy Days' for 'George and Mildred' though! ... because I heard George saying to Mildred "Don't you ever stop being such an 'Upstart Crow'?" - to which she replied, 'Only When I Laugh!!' LOL

    Mildred then told George to stop saying 'Gimme Gimme Gimme!', every time he wants something because it is very rude! ... and if he didn't start saying please, she would 'Drop The Dead Donkey' on his 'Bottom'!

    To which George replied, you must have 'Bewitched' me into marrying you! - and when I am asleep 'I dream of Jeannie' but really, I have to admit, 'I Love Lucy'! the most! LOL

    .. and in case you were wondering
    - Mildred recently acquired a deceased donkey from her local zoo - and she also bought a pet snake (a 'Blackadder') from there too! LOL

    Hopefully the snake won't escape though - because it could easily get lost in their garden which is very overgrown, with all the weeds and 'The Green Green Grass'! LOL

    'Goodnight Sweetheart' -everyone!!

    Kayleigh x
    That was AWESOME

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  • Kayleigh
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    Originally posted by ccinjersey View Post

    I heard in Texas they deep fry butter! but its suppose to taste like French toast.

    xox
    Hi CC and all,

    I've heard of deep fried Mars bars - and I thought that was random enough!

    But deep fried butter? - it sounds butterly bonkers to me. But as it's not the butt of anyone's joke, I'd butter believe it! LOL)

    .... and I've heard of butter in a butty, but on a stick?! - but you could still end up with butterfingers!

    .... and these butter fans didn't need any buttering up to try it! ....

    http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rUJjW3I65e4

    And you should see what they deep fry in Los Angeles (even more candidates for the 'Top 10 most random food to deep-fry' list!) ... and what a rather sweet alternative to burger buns! ....

    http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9KergsAVDqk

    Love
    Kayleigh x

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    Hi Dina

    It’s the opposite here, Northerners don’t think Southerners are too bright.

    Kayleigh I’ve never had biscuits and gravy together and think it’s a strange combination, but I think frying tomatoes is odd too. I heard in Texas they deep fry butter! but its suppose to taste like French toast. My taste is different though because I grew up on very good Italian food even though I’m not a fan of pasta, which most people find odd, especially other Italians! they actually get insulted ! lol

    xox

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