' I said 'I do get a certain amount of freedom in these trousers, yes.' I went to Millets and said 'I want to buy a tent.' He said 'To camp?
', I said [butchly] 'Sorry, I want to buy a tent.' I said 'I also want to buy a caravan.' He said 'Camper?
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He told me an onion is the only food that makes you cry, so I threw a watermelon at his face. ” The gig, which also featured Evelyn Mok, Mae Martin and Massive Dad, was part of the Standard’s ongoing partnership with Comic Relief.
“There are more women in comedy than when I started which is encouraging. People often talk about that and it will be brilliant when it ceases to be a topic of discussion.” Award-winning newcomer Athena Kugblenu said: “Every other day is International Men’s day, isn’t it?
So does Katherine Ryan – a Canadian comic based in England – in her Netflix special, showcases Ryan talking about her love life, her family (including her sister Kerrie and daughter Violet), and the celebrities with whom she’s obsessed.
In a phone call with Rotten Tomatoes, she spoke about nine topics she covers in Ryan talks a lot about Taylor Swift because Taylor Swift is pretty much perfect.