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john baker, October 18th, 2007. 5 comments. Filed under humour, reading.
How to approach performance art; or perhaps not . . . The British comedian as a young hopeful.
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An interesting video with more than 200,000 views and 1,000 like votes (against only 30 dislike votes). As you say though – funny or not, is this performance art at its best? I enjoyed it, but I am not sure that it is.
Hi John, I just watched it again and found it just as funny as the first time round..
Thanks for sharing this, really enjoyed it! Comic timing is impeccable.
Now that was funny! A very good way to relieve stress! Thanks for sharing this with us!
Haha, that was a great 5 minutes worth. Funny stuff.
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