Byline: Paul English
DAWN FRENCH on her methods of snaring a man (Dawn French's Girls Who Do Comedy Dawn French's Girls Who Do: Comedy was an interview series shown on BBC Four. In the series, Dawn French interviewed some of the most prolific comedians of the century from Phyllis Diller to Catherine Tate and asked about life, love, family and comedy. , BBC1, Sunday)."If there was a bloke in the room, I'd allow him to tell the biggest, funniest joke of the night, even if it wasn't that funny. I knew that was the way to get a snog snog Brit, NZ & S African slang
to kiss and cuddle
the act of kissing and cuddling [origin unknown]
Verb 1. ." Thanks, Dawn. So you convince Lenny Henry he's funny and only have to marry him. The rest of us have to put up with another of his comedy comebacks...
JULYAN SINCLAIR'S gone. Sarah O too. Now Scotsport SPL's Jim Delahunt has decided he'd rather be in the Setanta backwater than on a show that's all at sea. Anyone got the number for Captain Montford?