Let’s see how well you know me.
This Christmas period, did I:
- Bake a wall of mince pies, hide behind it, then launch them as rock hard missiles at my unsuspecting kids for kicks;
- Become a crusader for Greenpeace, tackle world poverty and recognise the Island State of Kiribati by it’s tiny cluster of islets and proximity to New Zealand or
- Start writing some material for a new live panel game show to be performed at Edinburgh Comedy Stand?
The answer is of course…
4. I would never execute a surprise attack on my own kids, using perfectly good pastry, as long as there are huge cushions in the house; I HATE mouldy sandwiches; couldn’t tackle a small fire and have never recognised anything on a world map I didn’t accidentally drop on it. Oh, and I did submit writing, some of which I’m looking forward to hearing performed by members of The Edinburgh Comedy Collective over the next few weeks.
All clear now? Me neither…
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If you happen to be in Edinburgh for any one of these riotous, more-fun-for-a-fiver-than-a-Babysham-and-dvd-at-home shows, don’t wear riot gear. You’ll scare the comedians.
See you there! Unless you are a resident of Kiribati; in which case, I’ll never find you.