Thursday, July 23, 2009


For those of you not of the British persuasion, this is the Mr Goodwin referred to in the previous post.
I'd trust him with my savings.


Rog said...

I'm afraid I never found this Ken Goodwin QUITE as funny as he found himself. He was normally sandwiched between Bernard Manning and Stan Boardman, that's why you may have misunderstood his banter for humour.

"We're 'avin a good time aren't we?" was his catch phrase. I bet he still says that to his therapist.

It's not you is it?

Christopher Campbell-Howes said...

Thank you for this most valuable clarification. I thought for a moment that it was to another comedian of the same name that I had entrusted my savings, and was moved to quote the Bard: 'Who steals my purse steals trash; 'tis something, nothing; 'Twas mine, 'tis his, and has been slave to thousands', but now I see all is well. I think you deserve a bonus.

I, Like The View said...

is this one for the boys? or am I just dismally educated?

zIggI said...

he's not the same without his diddymen