Cunk on Christmas: 15 hilarious Philomena Cunk quotes about Santa, Jesus, and EastEnders. Hile Charlie Brooker’s 2016 Wipe will still only be an hour long (despite the chaos of the year it’s covering), there’s an extra treat for fans of the show.
The inquisitive mind of Philomena Cunk (aka Diane Morgan) is back in another stand-alone special, following the gut-busting Cunk on Shakespeare earlier this year. With Cunk on Christmas, she’s asking all the important questions: what is Christmas? Who is Jesus? And will Santa be allowed in the UK after Brexit?
Here are 15 lines that had us chuckling uncontrollably. 1) “Whether you’re a Christian or a Jew, a Muslim or a Hindu, a Jedi or a Womble, Christmas is everywhere.” 33 of Philomena Cunk's most ingeniously idiotic quotes. After first making waves as a talking head on Charlie Brooker’s satirical Weekly Wipe, intrepid spoof telly personality Philomena Cunk – the comic alter-ego of actress Diane Morgan – has gone on to prominent mock documentary success.
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Focus on the actions needed to be taken and fail fast so that you learn what not to do. Failure shows that you are trying, it is so easy to just remain in the ‘easy zone’ just getting by living life without taking any action, but that is not how we grow as individuals. May these quotes inspire you to take fearless action and not be afraid of failure but embrace it with joy so that you may prosper. 1.
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She’s bewildered experts with her deliberately ignorant and baffling lines of questioning, even landing her own 2016 TV special ‘Cunk On Shakespeare’. And now she’s back with her brand new series Cunk on Britain, which starts tomorrow. Barry Sh*tpeas eat your heart out. “Why do we cry when it’s the onions that are getting hurt?”
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Tomorrow is the 55th anniversary of the premiere of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?.
But instead of doing the usual content about Edward Albee, I thought I’d serve up a different (extremely cold) take: a brief and incomplete selection of moments that remind us how certain people really should have been afraid of Virginia Woolf, because she was full of epic—and sometimes kind of horrible and classist—insults. Writers, of course, make the worst enemies. Other than insane dictators with long-range missiles, I guess, so whoops on that, America. Oh well, at least we can make ourselves feel a little bit better by reading all of the very mean things Woolf wrote in her diary about other people. You don’t even have to feel guilty for gossiping, because everyone in question is dead. List of Everything Anthony Bourdain Hates and Dislikes. Over the Fourth of July, instead of thinking about hot dogs, hamburgers or where he’d placed his half-full can of domestic beer, something entirely different was troubling Anthony Bourdain.
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