Friday, March 11, 2016

A little more Naked Vicar

There seems to be little film on YT of The Naked Vicar Show, but here is a short piece. While it is not bad, I have seen funnier. Next week, a clip of TNVS sketch that went on to become its own very well liked tv show, Kingswood Country.


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    1. And goodness knows John, you need something to laugh about.

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    1. One person liked it, thanks Gosia.

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  3. Not their best. And goodness how young they are...

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    1. EC, they are, as we were once, except we were more gorgeous.

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  4. Anonymous9:16 am

    The Naked Vicar always worked better on the radio. Just sit back and use your imagination. - Ian

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    1. I agree Ian. It was a gem when it was on radio.

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  5. Well I Laughed. I once owned and drove a Mini :)

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    1. Margaret, they were such fun to drive.

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  6. Me too I had a good giggle, we had a mini many years ago always had to be home before dark, I can't remember why.
    Merle...........

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    1. Merle, auto electrics was never strong point with English cars.

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  7. Thank you so much, I love stuff like this! I don't care if I'm not politically correct, I just like to laugh.
    We owned a mini once, it was interesting packing me, hubby, four kids and 13 bags of groceries into it on Saturdays. A front end loader might have been handier!

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    1. River, I seem to remember you could fit rather a lot inside a mini. Stack the kids on the bottom and the groceries on top of them.

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    2. and in between and around their feet.

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  8. A MAN's truck! Nothing much has changed :)

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    1. Hels, I think it has changed since back then.

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  9. I laughed at the last bit. =)

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    1. Cranky, humour being *ist does not make it less funny, just unacceptable.

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  10. I think comedy has improved a little over the years but we still can't match English humour.

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    1. Diane, there is no doubt about that.

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  11. Made me laugh and that's a fact :)

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