Animals of Earth

As many of you may know I absolutely adore animals! I love animals more than anyone, so lets not argue about it. I’ve spent many a days out in the fields, the forests and other places that animals live in. Here are three pictures of my favourite animals ever!

Giraffe

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Despite having the longest on the planet, a giraffe only has three bones in its neck! #wow

Leopards

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Leopards are the fastest animals on Earth! #wow

Monkeys

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Monkeys are our nearest living relative! (Do we still need them now that we have evolved?) #wow

The Top 5 Funniest Moustached Comedians

There aren’t many certainties in life, less so now after all of the turmoil this Earth has suffered over the past 100 years with war and famine a part of daily life. But somethings in life are certain, death, taxes and people with moustaches are funnier than those without. Period.

I myself wear a moustache and I am one of the funniest people I know. But I’d like to take a moment to honour those that came before me, that blazed a path that I now stride along like a comedy colossus. I give you the top 5 funniest moustaches in comedy, ever!

5. John Cleese

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Basil Fawlty and his moustache

People always knew that John Cleese was funny from his appearances on Monty Python but it wasn’t until he grew a moustache for his role in the British sit-com ‘Fawlty Towers’ that people really began to appreciate his genius. Cleese’s moustache oozed character and often carried the show with its clichéd scripts and uninspired acting and helped him win a BAFTA for best comedy performance in 1980.

4. Groucho Marx

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Groucho Marx and his FAKE moustache

‘Henry this Marx bloke is an imposter!’, is probably what you’re screaming at the screen right at this very minute but hold on there, hear me out. Have a sniff of some nasal inhaler and calm down. Yes, Groucho Marx did not really have a moustache. It was in fact boot polish, believe it or not?! But he did so much for moustached comedians and their reputation that he deserves a mention. For years rumours abounded about the authenticity of Marx’s moustache as it’s performance in ‘A Night at the Opera’ was so convincing! Finally, in 1976, three months before his death, Groucho revealed that his moustache was in fact a fake, finally bringing an end to one of the biggest mysteries in the entertainment industry.

3. Leigh Francis

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Leigh Francis, sophisticated.

Ever since Leigh appeared on our screens in ‘Bo’ Selecta!’ people have known that we are witnessing a special talent but it wasn’t until his appearances on ‘Celebrity Juice’ with its banter about the size of ladies boobs and his penis, that we really got to see the genius within. Without the moustache Leigh’s comedy would be crass and tacky but thanks to a moustache that says ‘I’m in control’ his performances are on another plain to all other comedians around today.

2. Cannon and Ball

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Cannon and Ball and Moustache

Most people think that Cannon and Ball was a double act but it wasn’t – it was a triple act! Bobby Ball’s moustache was the funniest moustache of the 1980’s helping the duo reach the pinnacle of light entertainment. His moustache was cocky, childlike and edgy and helped them replace Morecambe and Wise, neither of whom had a moustache, as the best comedy double act Britain has ever produced. The three of them rarely perform together now but who will forget the moustache’s catchphrase of ‘Rock on, Tommy’? I know I will never forget almost wetting myself whenever I hear those three words.

1. Clive Dunn in Dad’s Army

 

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Clive ‘Don’t Panic’ Dunn

‘Don’t panic! Don’t panic!’ Hahaha, I’m absolutely laughing my head off as I write this! Yes, the funniest moustache ever is of course Clive Dunn’s in Dad’s Army, the British TV sit-com that ran from 1968 to 1977. Is there anything more I can add to what has already been said about Clive and his little but hilarious moustache. Men wanted to be him and women wanted to be with him. A little known fact is that Clive Dunn was playing a character in his 60’s but was in fact only in his 30’s which is just mental! But this illusion of age would only have been possible through the power of his moustache, not because of Clive’s acting skills.

So, there you have it. Proof, if proof was needed to show you that people with moustaches are indeed the funniest people in the world.

Henry von Stifle: World Record Holder

I am a great human. Like all great humans I have tried and succeeded in pushing myself to the limits of human endeavour. One of the ways I do this is by attempting and often setting new world records.

BUT WHY DO I DO IT?

I don’t do it to cover myself in glory, I don’t do it to massage my own ego and I don’t do  it to attract the attention of the opposite sex, (women already find me irresistible, more of which I’ll reveal at a later date)

I set new world records to inspire children, communities, countries and, in most cases, the entire population of the planet we call Earth. I do it to push the boundaries of humanity, to show all of us that if we dream big enough we can all be better people, YOU can be like me!

So here is a list of world records that I hold

  • Longest time spent sitting on a shoe – 12 days, 6 hours and 33 minutes
  • Longest time spent sitting on a penguin – 4 days, 2 hours and 6 minutes
  • Most packets of Scampi Fries eaten in 1 hour – 54 packets
  • Most cats thrown at a wall in 1 hour – 23 (For Children in Need)fallingcat_jpg_560x0_q80_crop-smart
  • Longest time pretending to be a Ninja in a Marks and Spencer’s Food Hall – 3 days
  • Most impersonations of Bruce Forsyth in a week – 786
  • Largest collection of Wooden Ties – 2
  •  Longest time anyone has had a snail in their underpants – 16 days
  • Most spoons thrown at aeroplanes at Heathrow Airport – 84 spoons at 67 planes
  • Longest journey on a train with a live horse – 2 hours

    I could go on but I don’t wish to sound arrogant.

 

  • Most occasions anyone has accidentally electrocuted themselves whilst trying to make toast – 43
  • Most Llamas insulted in Spanish – 88 (and counting)
  • Longest time spent standing on a roundabout – 2 days, 2 hours and 2 minutes

So there you go. Now, don’t feel intimidated by all of my success, use them to spur you on to greater things.