WHO Poll
Q: Manuel Pellegrini
a. A great signing for the Club and maybe the change of direction we all need
b. It will only be a great signing if the Board back him with decent funds
c. This is West Ham so it will only end in farce
d. I'm not sure about this one, I'll wait until SKY is back to hear what Gary Neville thinks, then I'll voice my opinion

Queens Fish Bar 11:57 Mon Jan 23
The Last Leg
Anyone seen it live in the studio?


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Grumpster 11:19 Tue Jan 24
Re: The Last Leg
Thought they were pretty good during the palaympics without making me cry with laughter.

Depends what humour you like. Stewart Lee who is mentioned on the other thread bores me to death.

Give me someone like Lee Hurst any day of the week.

j.a 11:13 Tue Jan 24
Re: The Last Leg
Had the misfortune of seeing Josh Widdicombe live once. Truly awful.

The disabled guy was in the crowed too. People were going mental to have their photo taking with him. He'd be nowhere if it he wasn't blessed with those arms.

Willtell 11:09 Tue Jan 24
Re: The Last Leg
I watched it for a while up to last year. Watching an Aussie wanker poke fun of the people that voted for Brexit and the rise of Trump, did it for me so I have since stopped.

Add to that an unfunny comic whose only claim to fame is his physical handicap, while making a complete cunt of himself paired with the slightly amusing Devon Hobbit makes it all one to miss....

Fifth Column 11:07 Tue Jan 24
Re: The Last Leg
I like the Last Leg. There, I said it.

w4hammer 11:01 Tue Jan 24
Re: The Last Leg
the biggest load of old tosh , wrapped up in being "edgey" and supposedly funny because they let a couple of spazzas read the autocue.

stewie griffin 9:24 Tue Jan 24
Re: The first SPLATT.
No, but if I happen to come across a large amount of anthrax, the studio of the last leg is near the top of places I'd choose to visit

joe royal 8:37 Tue Jan 24
The first SPLATT.

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