The Chris Moyles Podcast

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As Radio 1’s weekday morning DJ, Chris Moyles has a lot of airtime to fill.

From time to time, he slips up, taking leave of his senses or saying something offensive – his ‘racist moment’ with Halle Berry being a case in point. At other times he’s allowed his guests to veer into offensive territory and not apologised on their behalf – take Rio Ferdinand’s casual homophobia as your example. As it happens, I find it difficult to hold this stuff against him.

I only know about those moments of madness because I’ve read about them. When he makes a TV appearance, Moyles comes across as boorish and uncomfortable in front of the camera, but his employment is as a disc jockey, so in the interests of fair-play it’d only be right to download the podcast and judge it on its own merits.

And surprisingly, it does have its merits.

Having endured George Lamb’s ‘cast this year and having found it to be little more than a handful of berks shouting in a room, Moyles and his pals have elements to their show that make it superior. They have that essential asset they call continuity. They also have (and I can’t believe I’m typing this) some pretty good gags littered about their material. I know. I was shocked too – but I actually chuckled at a song they wrote in a Eurovision audition with Andrew Lloyd Webber in which they mocked the fabric of the competition with lines like ‘everyone’s afraid of Russia’ and jibes about the Balkans’ monopoly on the votes.

All good stuff, but the delivery hints that it’s all very much prepared, from Webber posing as though he’s not aware that it’s a set up to Moyles’ supposed reaction to his charge’s work. They’re slick when it comes to the banter. Too slick, in fact, for this to be the off-the-cuff stuff it claims it is.

There is, of course, a huge amount of dross. Where the likes of Adam & Joe fill their filler with childish but amusing blabber, Moyles and pals resort to talking utter shit. But at least it makes sense. Frequently sexist and rarely self-aware, the opening banter between two of the ladies in the studio about bra sizes led the big man to explain that their conversation had caused to him thinking about their two forms indulging in a lesbian embrace. He then added that the idea did nothing for him.

Not funny, not relevant, no point whatsoever.

Later, a discussion about Daniel ‘Dead Wife’ from the X Factor which started pretty well degenerated as ‘X Factor’ turned into ‘Breast Factor’. Presumably Moyles isn’t allowed to use the word ‘tits’ at that time of the morning, and the fact he’s forced to use the word ‘breasts’ makes it all the more sinister. He turns from the lad he wants to be into the sinister berk he actually is, waffling on about boobies when nobody else cares about his mother complex in the slightest.

The show is littered with your standard wacky (80s-style) sound effects and crrrazy incidental music, all of which presumably wake up your average listener as they struggle over breakfast with a hangover, but all of which serve to make the banter barely audible at best and migraine-inducing at worst.

The Smashie and Nicie comparisons don’t stop with the irritating external noises. There are constant references to great mates and in the 25 minutes I listened to, Cheryl Cole, another one from Girls Aloud, Fearne Cotton and Gary Barlow were all mentioned as Moyles prematurely trailed his participation in a Comic Relief stunt a year in advance. And to make matters worse, he then started slobbering over the thought of Fearne C with all the grace of a sex offender. Skin-crawling stuff.

Despite the drivel he comes out with, and even though I lasted just short of half an hour, I can see why Moyles has the job. He does what he does and is what he is. His show may be a pile of shit, but it’s very slick shit. You may be glad you’re not in the studio with him, but everyone seems to be having a fun time. Compare this to Lamb’s show where the forced laughter actually sounds like it’s causing tonsilitis and the jokes are witless, repeated catchphrases.

Time to get back to ignoring Moyles. Let the man do what he does best – entertaining idiots. He might eventually go away.

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82 Responses to “The Chris Moyles Podcast”

  1. Napoleon Says:

    The only thing I remember seeing him in was that episode of Top Gear where he was chauffeured to the Brits by Jeremy Clarkson. He was alright in that.

  2. ugeine Says:

    I used to like his afternoon show. When I did my GCSEs it went Mark and Lard (who were excellent) then Chris Moyles at three. When he transferred to morning he got a bit egotistic.

  3. Napoleon Says:

    When I listened to Radio One during my GCSEs, they still had Simon Bates on. When Piqued was doing his O Levels, I assume it was Churchill thundering against the annexation of the Sudetenland on the Home Service.

  4. charliemingles Says:

    I am also from simon bates era.

    I find moyles too annoying, but Im not his audience I dont think.

    he must be relieved though that hes been replaced by lamb as ‘most annoying cunt on the radio’ though. isnt this an actual category in the sony awards yet?

    that particular torch passed from the hairy cornflake to noel edmonds sunday show to steve wright who tenaciously held onto the title for decades) then moyles and now lamb. I think lamb may even outdo wrighty’s record. the cunt.

  5. ugeine Says:

    Chris Evans, on a bad day, can be the kind of person that makes you want to take down the BBC. Imagine leaving work on a gray Monday evening to that cunt.

  6. Napoleon Says:

    Can’t abide Steve Wright. In our house there’s a mad dash to switch stations after Jeremy Vine signs off at two. f I had my way, Steve Wright would have his head stuffed in a big khazi, and then dogs would continuously poo on his head until he drowned in dog dirts. Harsh, but fair.

  7. ugeine Says:

    SH, I sent my Buzzcocks review to you.

  8. charliemingles Says:

    Vine isnt far behind though napoleon. when he first started I used to quite enjoy his show – before I cottoned onto the fact that he seems to have ths same 9 stories and 8 callers on a loop.

    And that second hour with some woman prattling on about …womans things and illnesses. fucking hell. and whats the story with that fucking virtual allotment he has. the guy tells him what his parsnips are doing down the phone. does vine have some sort of weird vegetable fetish?

    basically theres fuck all worth listening between 12-2 anywhere on the radio. If only I had a proper job. Like swineshead. I could write tv reviews all day and get paid for it.

  9. extremelisteningmode Says:

    A very subtle pasting SH.

    Here’s my take;

    http://extremelisteningmode.com/2008/06/18/great-dj-no-absolutely-fucking-awful-actually/

  10. Napoleon Says:

    I like Terry and his allotment, Mingles. You’re obviously too hungover to appreciate radio gardening.

    The wimmin’s things can get a bit testing, I’ll admit. I’ve lost count of the times some moaning 70s throwback’s come on to vent poison about her sex’s lot in life. Get with the programme, feminists – it’s tits ‘n’ ass that won over bra-burning and dungarees.

  11. charliemingles Says:

    I dont mind the man napoleon, he seems perfectly affable. its just …gardening on the radio. somehow gardeners question time get away with it. maybe its their subtle sexual innuendos.

    12-1 is listenable if they filter out the daily mail readers, thick opinionated housewifes and over 85’s and they have a good enough news story. But 1-2 is always shite. they should rename it martha carney hour. I tend to turn off as soon as it hits 1pm.

  12. charliemingles Says:

    is swineshead of orish ancestory by the way? (are you SH?)

    he has that potato-starved look about him, from what Ive glimpsed.

  13. Napoleon Says:

    He was born in a nest out of an egg, Mingles.

  14. New Dave Says:

    Anita Anand brings you lively discussion on all the day’s big news and sport stories, weekdays from 10pm. She used to present (also 5 live) Up All Night which is also a show I’d heartily recommend. Anita is fun, chirpy and intelligent – she’ll brighten up anyone’s evening.

  15. charliemingles Says:

    whats happened with this mickey mouse tinpot game of yours by the way?

    not that I have any intentions of playing it like, just curious.

  16. Napoleon Says:

    Dave ruined it for everyone, Mingles. I’m currently going back to my original idea – a railway murder mystery with elements of Boggle. Watch this space …*

    *Not THIS space

  17. GBB Says:

    Urgh. Can’t stand Chris Moyles. But then I’m female, so I’m probably not supposed to like him. That doesn’t mean I don’t occasionally find him slightly funny, but as you say…it’s just all a bit thought out and scripted for my liking. At least if he’s horrifically offensive you know he’s being off-the-cuff and not just spewing stuff that someone else has written and approved for him…

  18. extremelisteningmode Says:

    You also can’t whack Gideon Coe and Marc Riley on 6 Music.

  19. charliemingles Says:

    marc rileys show is great. also loved his time machine thing.

  20. charliemingles Says:

    Coincidentally – ‘Dave ruins it for everyone’ is the title of my latest children’s book.

    See Dave. See Dave wave. See dave ruin it for everyone.

    Napoleon, Ive been onto your agent about you doing the illustrations, interested?

  21. charliemingles Says:

    quite funny. only about 14 seconds long.

  22. Napoleon Says:

    I’ll have to buy gallons of white and orange paint, Mingles. It’ll be like drawing a nude clown.

  23. ugeine Says:

    CM: You could get T shirts printed saying ‘Dave ruined it for ME’!!!

  24. charliemingles Says:

    That reminds me of one of my favourite alan partridge lines. He said Martin McGuinness looked like a clown without make-up. I pissed myself at that. spot on.

  25. Do I not like that! Says:

    Dave ruins it for everyone’

    I can see a series, Dave ruins it for everyone on the bus,
    Dave ruins it for everyone at the cinema, Dave ruins it for everyone on holiday, Dave ruins it for everyone at the museum, Dave ruins it for everyone at school…. etc.

  26. New Dave Says:

    I will take that in good humour, NC. And speaking of good humour, The Big Toe Radio Show is simply hilarious. Has me chuckling away every time – and I think it’d make you guys smirk too!

  27. Napoleon Says:

    There is something of the Ronald McDonald in ginger-haired men. A lot of their womenfolk look lovely, but the men tend to look as if someone threw a bucket of whitewash at Art Garfunkel, then dipped his hair in carrot juice.

  28. charliemingles Says:

    ys, agreed Napoleon. the women can look quite radiant and pre-raphelite ( or even skinny, ginger and desperate – see nicola, girls aloud) Either way it adds to their allure.

    The men tend to be a mix of charlie drake and mick hucknall. maybe the women finds this strangely sexually-alluring, I couldnt say.

  29. New Dave Says:

    When I was a teenager I fumbled with this obese girl twice in a week, we arranged to meet up a third time and she literally said ‘no, I didn’t realise you were a ginger’.

  30. Napoleon Says:

    Dave is a particularly ghastly-looking example of their kind. He looks like a balloon with a face drawn on it.

  31. ugeine Says:

    Thankfully I’m not ginger enough for it to be a problem.

  32. charliemingles Says:

    even if thee have one iota of ginger, pluck it out.

    Jebediah, chapter v, verse iii.

  33. Swineshead Says:

    *prepares several lists*

    *squawks*

  34. Napoleon Says:

    My hair’s the colour of a recently-deceased mouse and looks monumentally awful. Swineshead’s hair resembles a Brillo Pad that’s been dragged across a dog bed, Ugeine sports the ludicrous Scooby Doo hair that people of his age wrongly think looks good, Mingles is bald, Louche’s hair looks like a rat’s been at it and Piqued clearly wears a wig. None of these hair colours and styles is as bad as that fright wig Dave is cursed with.

  35. Swineshead Says:

    Christ… whilst looking for an example of a hooter that resembles Nappers’, I found this poor bastard:

  36. Napoleon Says:

    That nose is a bit like those miniature versions of things salesmen hawk around in briefcases. “Well, ladies, you’ve seen the facsimile … care to take a peek at the real deal?”

  37. New Dave Says:

    I was in a kebab house late on friday before a club night that had me dancing until 9am (would you believe?) and I mistakenly flicked half of the kebab into my mate’s new missus’s hair. I don’t think I’d have done that had I’d not been ginger.

  38. Napoleon Says:

    I don’t know about that, Dave. I upended a large lamb doner smothered in garlic sauce over a wee little woman in a kebab shop in Lincoln once. I was so drunk I’d lost most of my basic motor functions. Her boyfriend saw the funny side by punching me in the guts – my Achilles’ Heel.

  39. charliemingles Says:

    Swineshead – can you please confirm from subsequent photographic evidence that I AM NOT FUCKIN BALD! please.

    that was a bald wig.

  40. Swineshead Says:

    From what I can tell, Mingles is bald.

  41. Swineshead Says:

    Sorry… NOT bald. Not that it would matter if he was.

  42. Swineshead Says:

    Your guts are your achille’s heel, Nappers? Do you crawl around on your belly like a snake?

    Devil.

  43. charliemingles Says:

    it fucking matter to me. I have my diginty, you know.

    *falls over, comically losing dignity*

  44. charliemingles Says:

    I’l have you know that my grandad dies at 93 with a full head of hair. okay, it was someone else’s hair and it still had the head attached. But it think I’ve made my point succesfully.

  45. charliemingles Says:

    I was questioning earlier SH whether you had any oirish ancestry. not that theres anything wrong with that, of course.

  46. Swineshead Says:

    This article about Robbie Williams is classic…

    This isn’t the first time that Robbie’s fame has hindered his forays into the paranormal world. A few years ago he invited the TV psychic Derek Acorah to his home for a psychic reading. A story subsequently appeared in the Sun under the headline, I Helped Robbie Williams Talk To His Dead Gran:

    “Robbie invited me to his apartment in London. We chatted and he told me how much he loved the programme [Living TV’s Most Haunted]. He said he had given Most Haunted DVDs to lots of friends, including Robert De Niro, Danny DeVito and Billy Crystal, and they were hooked. I was able to contact a couple of his loved ones, including his grandmother, whom he dearly loved. It was very emotional.”

    “The twat used my dead nan to sell his DVD!” Robbie told me, quite furiously, at the time. “Plus, I’ve never met Robert De Niro, Danny DeVito and Billy Crystal. I’ve never even met them!”

  47. Napoleon Says:

    You’re bald, Mingles, face it. Face the fact that the only hair that’ll grow out of your head is whispy white tufts above your ears – making you look like an owl.

  48. extremelisteningmode Says:

    Robbie Williams’Dead Nan is a great name for a band.

  49. charliemingles Says:

    wheres that article from SH?

    Sorry, I do apologise. How rude of me. I meant to say ‘ wheres that article from SH, bejazus bejasus and begorah?

  50. Swineshead Says:

    ELM – Yet AGAIN I can’t get on to your site to rant at your readers – ‘Invalid source’ or something like that. Happens all the time, that.

    My ancestry is not Irish, no… I’m Afro-American.

  51. Swineshead Says:

    I’m not Irish so you look silly now Mingles…

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2008/apr/19/popandrock.spaceexploration

  52. charliemingles Says:

    I think mr akhora has been roundly exposed on this very site with his albeit hilarious mary loves dick clip. still one of my favourites.

  53. Napoleon Says:

    I had no idea you were an Afro-American, Swineshead. Amazing what make-up can do nowadays.

  54. ugeine Says:

    That was a good article about Robbie. It’s almost comforting to know that after he’s experienced fame, wealth and fourty year old women throwing themselves at him, all he wants to do is get all geeky and obsessive over something, as it is that which makes him relate to other people.

  55. charliemingles Says:

    he did a radio 4 doc about the aliens thing. it was a bit sad to listen to actually. he went to some convention and they were all sad fuckwits. who would have thought it.

  56. charliemingles Says:

    I wasnt saying theres anything wromng with being itish sh. After all im scottish. I just thought with your name and slightly celtic appearance, you might be from irish stock. perfectly fine if you were.

    theyre not all shortarse homosexuals like louis walsh, you know.

  57. charliemingles Says:

    *not itish, irish

  58. ugeine Says:

    Aaaah, Swineshead. The fields of merry Dublin ring through such a classic Celtic name.

  59. Napoleon Says:

    I reckon the only things that they’ve got in outer space is space snakes. Like normal snakes, only with little hats so they can breath, like.

  60. Napoleon Says:

    “I wasnt saying theres anything wromng with being itish sh. After all im scottish. I just thought with your name and slightly celtic appearance, you might be from irish stock. perfectly fine if you were.”

    I think you’ll find you’re ‘Scotch’, not ‘Scottish’, Mingles.

  61. charliemingles Says:

    You’re certainly up-to-date with the latest conspiracies, Napoleon.

    I saw a documentary about space snakes as well. It was a proper full-length documentary with credits and a voice-over so obviously was completely factual. After all, that’s what documentaries are, right? Factual, rather than fictional.

    It seemed very far-fetched at the time – but you can’t argue with evidence like that.

  62. charliemingles Says:

    You’re certainly up-to-date with the latest conspiracies, Napoleon.

    I saw a documentary about space snakes as well. It was a proper full-length documentary with credits and a voice-over so obviously was completely factual. After all, that’s what documentaries are, right? Factual, rather than fictional.

    It seemed very far-fetched at the time – but you can’t argue with evidence like that.

  63. ugeine Says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1084331/Editor-Mail-defends-Press-freedom.html

    Daily Mail editor decrys ‘wretched’ human rights act in order to defend freedom.

  64. Napoleon Says:

    Were they wearing wee little hats?

  65. charliemingles Says:

    I couldn’t see whether they were wearing hats, ties, waistcoats or any other items of clothing traditionally worn by snakes in children’s cartoons.

    Why? Is this important? I’m no scientist, so bow to your superior knowledge on this one.

  66. Napoleon Says:

    They need the wee hats to breathe, Mingles. The men snakes wear hats, and the lady snakes wear little bonnets.

  67. ugeine Says:

    guardian.co.uk’s tea-time look at the world of football

    ——————————————————————————–

    Ailsa From Home And Away

    Barry Glendenning
    Monday November 10, 2008
    guardian.co.uk

    YOU KNOW WE BELONG TOGETHER …
    Manchester City manager Ailsa From Home And Away is no stranger to adversity. Her husband’s obsession with flamin’ galahs drove her to the brink of madness, where she saw dead people in her fridge, but the Bay Side Diner proprietor showed remarkable resilience to recover from her own tragic death and reinvent herself as a reasonably successful Premier League football manager. Now poor old Ailsa’s being put through the wringer again, with speculation abounding that she has lost the dressing room (more specifically, the section of the dressing room where the No10 peg is located) and is about to lose her job.

    Article continues

    ——————————————————————————–

    ——————————————————————————–

    “We are calm and under control, and we on the board have the highest regard for [Ailsa],” said club chairman Khaldoon al-Mubarak, a man rich enough to bathe daily in a swimming pool full of £100 notes if he so desired. “This is a winning team that is going through a learning curve right now,” he continued, proving that while great wealth can buy many things, an understanding of the difference between the words ‘winning’ and ‘losing’ does not appear to be one of them.
    With his team just one point off the Premier League relegation places, Ailsa will have been relieved to hear the reassuring noises emerging from the Middle Eastlands boardroom, as they don’t sound like the usual votes of confidence that usually precede a sacking. “Thankfully I do not read the newspapers that are saying [Ailsa] is under pressure but I find it incredible,” said Mubarak. “Just today I am told that there are reports that we are associated with two different coaches and that we are about to sign them. It is rubbish.” Mubarak added that he was committed to his manager and would be providing funds in January to purchase the kind of players that will bring City’s prospects of qualifying for Big Cup closer each day, home and away.

    *********************

    QUOTE OF THE DAY

    “That was so bad that I may as well not bother playing in future. I did not even say anything nasty to the referee. Surely there are better ones. I am sorry, but things cannot go on like this ” – VfB Stuttgart’s mild-mannered goalkeeper Jens flamin’ Lehmann threatens to give up football after being booked for drawing referee Babak Rafat’s attention to the antics of a Frankfurt player he believed to be feigning knack.

    ****************

    WIN, LOSE OR SCORE

    Guardian Fantasy Football

    Go on, play it.

    Guardian Pick the Score

    Go on, pick it.

    Guardian Soulmates

    Go on, pull.

    *********************

    NORRIS GOAL CELEBRATION SPARKS OUTRAGE

    Ipswich Town are preparing a statement regarding the “handcuffs” goal celebration performed by David Norris at Blackpool on Saturday in support of his friend, the former Plymouth goalkeeper Luke McCormick, who is serving seven years in prison for causing the death of two young brothers, Arron and Ben Peak, by dangerous driving. McCormick had been drinking heavily at Norris’s wedding on the night before the crash and was more than twice the legal alcohol limit for driving when he fell asleep at the wheel of his jeep on the M6 on June 7.

    “We’re trying hard not to hate Luke McCormick at the moment, but people like David Norris are making it very difficult,” said Amanda Peak, mother of the two boys, who asked for a personal apology from the Ipswich player. Norris has already apologised publicly for his actions, saying, “It wasn’t a handcuffs sign, it was a private message but I can see how people might have seen it like that and I apologise if it’s caused any offence.” The FA has written to Norris demanding an explanation for his actions.

    *********************

    THE RUMOUR MILL

    Abby Clancy’s position as the most calculating gold-digger at Fratton Park is under threat now it’s emerged that a consortium of South African gold-miners are in advanced negotiations to buy Portsmouth.

    Depending on which tabloid you read Jermain Defoe definitely will/won’t leave Pompey for Spurs during the January transfer window.

    And Pascal Chimbonda will be shown the door at the Stadium of Light in January after breaking a curfew to sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to Newcastle striker Obafemi Martins.

    *********************

    NEWS IN BRIEF

    Former Tottenham sporting director Damien Comolli has been appointed technical director of avant garde popsters and French Ligue One club St Etienne.

    Pope’s O’Rangers midfielder Kevin Thomson will miss the rest of the season after suffering cruciate ligament knack in his side’s 4-0 demolition of Kilmarnock on Saturday.

    Leicester City ambassador Alan Birchenall is traveling with an under-14 side and Leicester MP Keith Vaz on a junke … sorry, a scouting mission to find football talent in Goa, a tourist haven many English tourists visit in the hope of finding themselves.

    Lincoln City have made an official complaint after some of their players and assistant manager Iffy Onuora were subjected to racial abuse by an as yet unidentified Kettering Town fan on Saturday. “How could a fellow stood 10 yards behind me call my players monkeys and make monkey gestures? It’s totally unacceptable,” said Imps manager Peter Jackson.

    Barnsley striker Iain Hume has been moved to a high dependency unit in hospital after being treated for a fractured skull sustained during an aerial challenge with Sheffield United captain Chris Morgan on Saturday afternoon.

    Expect to see lots of overweight tattooed men jumping for joy outside St James’ Park some day soon now that the odds against Alan Shearer becoming Newcastle’s next manager have been slashed from 8-1 to 6-4. A betting market on who’ll replace him in October has yet to open.

    St Patrick’s Athletic midfielder Gary Dempsey has been suspended on full pay after he admitted betting on his team to lose in a recent League of Ireland game against Galway United. “I placed a €20 bet on my club to lose in a double on an occasion which I was not playing and in which I had no influence on the game,” read a statement issued by the player, who failed to collect when the other team in his double, Manchester City, let him down by failing to beat Newcastle.

    A football match between Soudley and Charfield in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, was cancelled on Saturday after wild boars invaded the pitch and dug up potholes with their snouts. “It will take several months to get the pitch up to scratch. All matches have been postponed,” said Soudley club secretary Louise Stephens.

  68. ugeine Says:

    What the shit? I only highlighted two lines!

  69. New Dave Says:

    I remember when King Kong came out and on Virgin On Deman (or whatever) they offered a mockumentary called ‘Inside Skull Island’. It was like watching with dinosaurs just more far-fetched. Afterwards my housemate sat there confounded.

    ‘what’s up?’ I ask.

    ‘I didn’t know these kind of things existed in real life’. He repiled.

    ‘It was a movie promotion for King Kong we just watched. There are no such things as T-Rexs or giant apes these days.’

    ‘Oh. I…I knew that…’

    Amazing. Although I did go to a museum with him which had a replica of the model they used for the orginal Star Trek series.

    ‘That’s the one they used to do the original series’ I informed

    ‘Sod off. It’s too small. How would they fit the actors inside?’

    Priceless.

  70. Napoleon Says:

    Ugeine – Erm … have you forgotten how to link to stuff?

  71. Napoleon Says:

    Dave – So you’re effectively saying your friend is staggeringly stupid?

  72. New Dave Says:

    He used to smoke, perhaps, more weed than was good for him.

  73. Napoleon Says:

    I’m finding it a bit difficult to hear Mingles over the ravine Ugeine’s opened up with his last comment. What was that, Mingles? You’re a what fiddler?

  74. charliemingles Says:

    Right. Nice to see they’ve thought about that side of it. Sounds a bit like super-string theory though: come up with an idea that sounds far-fetched and whenever anyone questions it, rather than admitting it’s bollocks, just add another layer of new ‘research findings’ onto it.

    Last thing I heard, one of the theories against these giant snakes existing was that they’d be unable to breathe in outer space. Like the fact that huge 10 mile snakes are living in space doesn’t question the basic rules of biology already.

    So, if scientists could see them with breathing apparatus giving each other the ‘thumbs-up’ and always accompanied by a space-buddy, somehow that would make it more plausible.

    ‘So long as these 30 mile space snakes are getting enough oxygen, that’s our main concern’ said a scientist today.’

  75. Napoleon Says:

    That’s the hats, Mingles. They’re quite wee, so you might not be able to see ’em through a telescope.

  76. charliemingles Says:

    How do they process oxygen from the enormous empty vaccum of sub-zero deep space using these special hats? Have they got to working that bit out yet? Or are they just at the basic level of ‘ they do it with special hats?’

  77. charliemingles Says:

    Any idea how their waistcoats and ties fit into this equation?

    Perhaps they provide food, water and entertainment. They sound like snake versions of Ray Mears, these cocky serpantine twats – travelling through the universe surviving on fuck all.

    I’d like to see that cunt survive in outer space with just a hat.

    Don’t tell him I sad that though.

  78. Napoleon Says:

    They do it with special hats.

  79. charliemingles Says:

    nice to know theyve got the science worked out at least.

  80. goerge Says:

    I only meant to quote the bit about wild boars (priceless!) and it ended up posting the whole thing. The fiver is obviously a publicity nazi.

  81. QWERTYo8 Says:

    Maybe, just maybe, you should listen to the WHOLE show, then spout your ‘slick shit’ bollocks, eh?
    Typical, boring, anti-x comment that everyone is writing.
    I find it amazing that ‘tits’ like you blog about things they don’t like, how original.
    Prat.

  82. Swineshead Says:

    I was bored shitless after 20 odd minutes, Qwerty, why would I want to listen to hours of this shit with crap pop punctuating it?

    Moron.

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