Famous Last Words

Submitted by: buddy 11 years ago in Funny
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Some comedians speculate on famous last words.
There are 46 comments:
Male 1
I understood all of them, and I`m Dutch!
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Female 52
i love mock the week! so funny, started off as a radio thing didn`t it? so amusing. very British though! but i guess it`s not designed for American viewers, so i guess you`ll just have to deal with it. and come on, Charles is our next in line to the throne! you could`ve guessed that! heh.
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Female 155
God, that was sooo funny!
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Female 16
haha so very funny :-P
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Female 26
Mock the week is so funny. To be hones, you will enjoy the jokes more, if you know what has been happening in the news during this time.
Also there are quite a few British based jokes in the show. I always watch mock the week.

Woop Woop

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Female 132
Aww ace I watched this the other week : D It`s essentially a panel show but they do have a few improvising features like Whos Line (which rocks btw : D)
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Female 690
That was great, I wish they had that show in Canada.
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Female 91
Your mum`s a slag..-dies laughing-

Yeah this reminds me of Scenes from a Hat on Whose Line is it, Anyway?

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Male 756
On Friday, October 13, 2006 8:14:07 AM, farquaadhnch posts, "I just want to know what the black woman said. I couldn`t make it out."

Why point out that she was black? There was only one woman on the show. Hmmmm, I thought "your" generation had moved pass that! And you kids say it`s us "old farts" that live in the past.

And the stingray one was funny. Some of you need to get pass that, too!

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Female 119
Yay I watched that one on tv :D
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Male 2,216
Lighten up. The topic is about "last words" and is about death, course it`s going to touch some touchy areas, but it`s making light of them instead of feeling bad about it.
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Male 222
I didn`t think the JFK or Irwin ones were funny at all. Very distasteful in my opinion.
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Male 538
i got them all except the zidane one.. i just couldn`t understand what she said, but after i read it on here i got it and laughed my ass off.

to franny: no, its not very big, but it is growing rapidly. i think the previous world cup made people in the US to actually give a crap.

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Male 943
haha,
"Hey, Zidane! Your mother is a slag."
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Female 97
If you`re English they`re hilarious. And I can see why you wouldn`t inderstand the football one, as its not big in america is it?
andsome others referred to when we had restictions on what could be taken on planes.
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Male 110
Didn`t laugh at any of those...
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Female 2,552
That women sounded like a man and I had no idea what they were saying.
What WAS funny was that the "Man of the Year" movie ad was right next to the thing. You know, he`s a comedian, they`re a comedian...
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Female 583
ha ha ha!love that show!
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Female 882
lipstick vaseline and jam- that was the short time when we weren`t allowed to take certain items on the planes.. and they were some of them.
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Male 27
haha i loved that.

/Being British helps

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Female 296
XD Fantastic!!
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Male 67
very difficult to understand
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Female 1,697
well that was difficult to understand
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Male 2,057
yeah this is brilliant i watch it every week

BTW the lipstick vaseline and jam refers to a part that was mentioned before and was a running joke throughout the program

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Female 95
I remember seeing this one on channel 2. I love Mock the Week, it`s so funny.
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Female 1,071
More clips! That was great and so are the links Nowtelsetodo posted! :D
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Female 999
i didnt understand alot of those. i hate being American sometimes, we act like no one else exists or is important. who`s charles? what pillow? who got killed by a falling piano? whos zidane? *sigh*
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Female 192
I didn`t get any of them...except the Steve Irwin one. Of course, I couldn`t even understand what some of them said...

***I know someone will have something to say about that. I really don`t care.

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Male 165
English show called Mock the Week, not another version of Whose line...

Very funny programme - more clips please!!

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Female 132
I love this show! And this is the best bit of it too :)
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Male 70
"Hey Jackie, let`s go in the open topped car!" LOL
Distasteful, yet British with a hint of genius.
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Male 96
Farquaadhnch she said "Oi Zidane your mums a slag!" aimed at Zinedine Zidane.
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Female 25
The woman said "Oy, Zidane! Your mother`s a slag!", lmao.
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Male 87
hehe mock the week is right good, thursday nights on channel 2? i thnk 2 anyway.
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Male 1,225
I just want to know what the black woman said. I couldn`t make it out.

I liked it a lot though.

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Male 1,385
What about "are those real bullets?" (Brandon Lee)

On both the british and american who`s line, the host always says "... and the points don`t matter" I like both versions, they have there moments, like Mike McShane doing dr suess

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Male 651
it`s not the british who`s line. It`s from a show called mock the week... very very funny.
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Female 78
"What would a poisonous snake be doing on a plane?"
Sheer brilliance.
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Female 1,972
I like the original Whose Line...it was much funnier.

btw: welcome back FallenSoul...I missed you

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Female 134
^I do believe it is the original, English version - where they actually keep score.
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Male 239
That`s like "Whose line is it Anyways?"
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Male 923
HAHAHAHA! The Steve Irwin one was awsome. I help teach grade nine drama because I am in senior acting, and we are so playing this game tomorrow.
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Female 412
excellent
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Male 6
Interesting takes
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Male 10,115
Link: Famous Last Words [Rate Link] - Some comedians speculate on famous last words.
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