Misleading Signs | Jimmy Carr: Stand Up

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  • Published on Oct 8, 2019
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Comments • 238

  • Raycheetah
    Raycheetah Day ago

    Some of these comments are gorramed near as funny as the standup! =^[.]^=

  • Unwoven Sleeve
    Unwoven Sleeve 3 days ago +1

    "I was in Australia, I saw a sign that said convenience store, 75 miles"
    Inaccuracies with your joke Jimmy:
    We don't use miles, we use the metric system
    Convenience store would just be called the servo
    You'd never be caught dead in Australia wouldn't ya

  • Liam Hawke
    Liam Hawke 4 days ago

    Funny joke but Australia uses kilometres not miles

  • KOJohnson
    KOJohnson 4 days ago +1

    I saw a sign in an office-supply store that said, "GLUE STICKS". I thought, yeah, I hope it does --

  • chaz d'spaz
    chaz d'spaz 4 days ago

    I America, we have yellow caution signs in some farming areas which have a Tractor on them. I saw one, one day, on which someone had drawn in permanent marker, squiggly lines above the Tractor to indicate 'falling Tractors.'

  • evilution
    evilution 4 days ago

    Whenever I go to public attractions, there's always a sign that says "dogs die in hot cars". But it never says where it is or what time the show starts.

  • Darren McAuliffe
    Darren McAuliffe 5 days ago +2

    I saw a sign that said "Mother's Day Book Now." I wondered what's in a Mother's Day book?

  • Luke Clarke
    Luke Clarke 5 days ago

    Seen a sign the other day that made me piss my pants.
    Toliet out of order

  • John Cortex
    John Cortex 5 days ago

    My personal favourite is the advice seen on most medicines etc - 'Keep away from children". I always try to . . . they can be so annoying at times!

  • Ephemeral Q.
    Ephemeral Q. 6 days ago

    1:22 Joke's on you, we don't use miles.

  • Making Games
    Making Games 6 days ago

    YEEEEEES, new material! Finally. I heard all the stuff on this channel before.. This did not disappoint. I am genuinely happy now. Let´s see what else I missed!

  • s c
    s c 6 days ago

    driving through Beacher illinios i pulled over to look at my phone for directions to where i was going, as i started to pull out i looked up and saw a sign on the side of a building, "beacher-meat company" its ok i think i can handle that myself

  • Gunnar Theodór Gunnarsson

    Roadsign that show falling rocks is to warn you that rocks might be on the road.... so Jimmy´s joke is´nt that good, is it?

  • Andrew Palmer
    Andrew Palmer 6 days ago

    And on a factory close the the autoroute near Narbonne France.......Fanny......the taste of Excellence! Or it actually said ‘Fanny......le gout d’excellence’ same thing right?

  • Andrew Palmer
    Andrew Palmer 6 days ago

    Our local curry house, which had been closed down for mice dropping in the rice, was reopened....’Under New Management. Balti Rat! ......Yeah so larger droppings for your money we no thanks!

  • Damien Collins
    Damien Collins 6 days ago

    Australia uses Kilometres not miles

  • Jóhann Gunnarsson
    Jóhann Gunnarsson 6 days ago

    That first joke about watch battery fitted was stolen from I'm sorry I haven't a clue...

  • ex0duzz
    ex0duzz 6 days ago +3

    What a liar.. Australia doesn't use miles or imperial system.. we aren't savages!

  • paul signac
    paul signac 7 days ago

    This isn't a car show!

  • Frank Possible
    Frank Possible 7 days ago +37

    First time a “heckler” says something worth listening to.

    • Pete is never wrong
      Pete is never wrong 5 days ago

      @Ezra Milos Yep, that whole "plant" thing is bollocks.

    • Ezra Milos
      Ezra Milos 6 days ago +5

      @z17seattle You obviously know nothing about Jimmy Carr. He's not Amy Schumer or Steve Hofstetter. Go see him live like I did, you'll see there's nothing prepared about the heckling.

    • z17seattle
      z17seattle 6 days ago

      @D S his laugh wasn't natural. And how often do people get to just raise their hand and ask the comedian a question. And the 1 in a million times THAT happens how often is it going to be good content that fits in well with the set?

    • z17seattle
      z17seattle 6 days ago +2

      @D S the odds of a random person raising their hand and getting to ask a question during a recorded set, during the perfect moment with a silent crowd, not being interrupted or warned/threatened by security. AND it was as entertaining as if Jimmy had written it himself. The timing and fit in seemed pretty suspicious. BUT, I can give it the benefit of the doubt maybe it was just a magical moment caught on camera

    • D S
      D S 6 days ago +3

      @z17seattle you got proof?

  • Dawnphyre
    Dawnphyre 7 days ago

    it didn't say 75 miles if you were in Australia

  • Peter Cadieux
    Peter Cadieux 7 days ago

    I remember a sign it said buy 1 arm & get 1 hammer.

  • larry worrell
    larry worrell 7 days ago +1

    Anyone noticed how he says in Australia convenience store 75 miles ahead, but we call them service stations and use kilometres?

  • Aidil Iqmal
    Aidil Iqmal 8 days ago +1

    i love how his laugh here is not the same as his laugh now

  • J Bottero
    J Bottero 8 days ago +16

    They want the children to drive carefully to avoid hitting the slow children playing.

  • John sonter
    John sonter 8 days ago

    Jimmy is awesome with the crowd funny robot man.

  • Gains Bond
    Gains Bond 8 days ago

    Sign:- *Danger Rocks*
    Graffiti Directly Underneath:- *It Sure Does!*
    *ADDITIONAL:-* What's the first gag he says about not being the best show, I can't make out the audio...

    • Sir Barrington Womble MBE
      Sir Barrington Womble MBE 5 days ago

      'Watch batteries fitted'. In case you didn't know, he was talking about an imaginary production at the famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

  • oiuet souiu
    oiuet souiu 8 days ago

    The signs I like are "slow children playing" . And there is hope for them when they grow up, because there are also "slow men at work".

  • Sir Barrington Womble MBE

    Up here in Scotland, when you see a very dirty car or van, some local Oscar Wilde will often have scrawled - 'IF MY WIFE WAS THIS DIRTY I'D STILL IN BED'

  • Peter Quinlan
    Peter Quinlan 8 days ago +8

    The sign in Oz could not have said 75 miles, unless Jimmy was here more than 50 years ago.

  • ZCAB
    ZCAB 8 days ago

    Hold on... an audience member interjected a stand-up comedy show without being prompted, and added something that was actually funny and pertinent to the topic? I'm off to buy a lottery ticket.

    • oiuet souiu
      oiuet souiu 8 days ago

      He stole those last few jokes from Top Gear, you can’t fool me Jimmy Carr

  • Soinas Doyi
    Soinas Doyi 8 days ago

    always look forward to your videos !!

  • qopoy dnon
    qopoy dnon 9 days ago

    Jimmy used the "Falling rocks" bit on Top Gear. And he also was the fastest celebrity in a reasonably priced car. Makes sense, afterall, he's the Carrinator

  • mei li
    mei li 9 days ago

    Human Harvest, an award-winning documentary which exposes the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners, was screened at the Iris Theatre in Adelaide, South Australia on the evening of December 6, 2018. The audience actively engaged in a discussion with invited guests on how to stop the CCP's crimes against humanity and its infiltration of Australia.

    • Soinas Doyi
      Soinas Doyi 8 days ago

      Im that fat vegetarian. My weakness is cheesepuffs

  • Sir Barrington Womble MBE

    Printed on a package sent to an (ex)friend -
    PHOTOGRPHS
    DO NOT BEND
    Oh, yes they DO! I proved it.

    • qopoy dnon
      qopoy dnon 9 days ago

      I remember a sign, “Falling rocks do not stop” on the road were smashed rocks. I thought they got that wrong.

  • Sir Barrington Womble MBE

    A Rich Hall line about a US beer hall sign -
    LIQUOR IN FRONT POKER IN THE REAR.

    • abbsnn cose
      abbsnn cose 9 days ago

      my favorite is looking at new homes: "Models open." "Parking in rear"

  • abbsnn cose
    abbsnn cose 9 days ago

    Awesome production and writing on this episode :)

    • abbsnn cose
      abbsnn cose 9 days ago

      I remember a sign, “Falling rocks do not stop” on the road were smashed rocks. I thought they got that wrong.

  • Jac Crystal
    Jac Crystal 9 days ago

    This guy is a corrupter of public morals-and the way to get under their guard is to have them laughingvat the same time.As Goethe sais 'you can judge the quality of a woman by what she finds humorousness. Heard the joke about the climate change protester driving down one way street without noticing the two way sign?

    • RoweHowe
      RoweHowe 5 days ago

      wut

    • abbsnn cose
      abbsnn cose 9 days ago

      My favorite sign is one I’ve only seen in New Mexico, that says “Gusty Winds May Exist”

  • dolimi jotoo
    dolimi jotoo 9 days ago

    Here in Canada, the signs say "Slow children at play" - Mojo JoJo 🦍

  • Hugh Oxford
    Hugh Oxford 9 days ago

    "When red light shows wait here"

    • Soinas Doyi
      Soinas Doyi 8 days ago

      “Roadworks ahead” “I sure hope it does!”

  • Terry
    Terry 9 days ago +16

    New bridge in Exeter once said ' We built a bridge. Get over it"

  • opzz xsin
    opzz xsin 9 days ago

    He stole those last few jokes from Top Gear, you can’t fool me Jimmy Carr

    • Giganto Pithecus
      Giganto Pithecus 9 days ago +2

      You stole this comment from your alternate account. You can't fool me bocoy noiu

  • BB B
    BB B 9 days ago +1

    Jimmy Carr is the skinniest fat guy on the planet

    • dolimi jotoo
      dolimi jotoo 9 days ago

      Im that fat vegetarian. My weakness is cheesepuffs

  • neosapiens
    neosapiens 9 days ago

    Sign: *END ROAD WORK*
    Me: 🤔 **runs over workers** 😎🚗🚘

  • neosapiens
    neosapiens 9 days ago

    EAT HERE
    *GET GAS*

    • Gains Bond
      Gains Bond 8 days ago

      Or in a US fishing area - EAT HERE AND GET WORMS...

    • opzz xsin
      opzz xsin 9 days ago

      Is there a tea stop in the U.K. explicitly there to remind you to take a tea break? Probably.

  • Tasman
    Tasman 9 days ago

    I once saw a shop called "The Everyday Chinese Takeaway"... but it was closed that day !!!
    Waste removal company slogan, "Satisfaction guaranteed or double your rubbish back".

  • Mojo Jojo
    Mojo Jojo 9 days ago +3

    Here in Canada, the signs say "Slow children at play"

    - Mojo JoJo 🦍

  • The Mongoose
    The Mongoose 9 days ago

    In australia 'falling rocks do not stop' well fucking derr of course they dont.

  • bocoy noiu
    bocoy noiu 9 days ago

    He stole those last few jokes from Top Gear, you can’t fool me Jimmy Carr

    • Deco Dolly
      Deco Dolly 8 days ago

      He didn't steal it from Top Gear. He told it on the show himself when he was the "Star in a Reasonably Priced Car".

  • RC castle
    RC castle 9 days ago

    Hey Jim get plastic surgery you need it man.

  • David kwon
    David kwon 10 days ago +49

    “Roadworks ahead”
    “I sure hope it does!”

  • bowen voowy
    bowen voowy 10 days ago

    Im that fat vegetarian. My weakness is cheesepuffs

    • bocoy noiu
      bocoy noiu 9 days ago

      Saw a sign on the front of a company van that sold window blinds. Sign said "Blind man driving"

  • veritas liberabit vos
    veritas liberabit vos 10 days ago +17

    I remember a sign, “Falling rocks do not stop” on the road were smashed rocks. I thought they got that wrong.

  • newportb33ch
    newportb33ch 10 days ago +3

    my favorite is looking at new homes: "Models open." "Parking in rear"

  • D Hoskins
    D Hoskins 10 days ago

    Basically an old Louis CK premise

  • Jarren Benton
    Jarren Benton 10 days ago +1

    My favorite sign is one I’ve only seen in New Mexico, that says “Gusty Winds May Exist”

  • afutla qian
    afutla qian 10 days ago

    Im that fat vegetarian. My weakness is cheesepuffs

  • bcvbb hyui
    bcvbb hyui 10 days ago

    I like the one up the street. It says "Slow deaf child". Guess they will learn to speed up.

  • Krazy Tygr
    Krazy Tygr 10 days ago +2

    Sign at the side of the road: 'Cats eyes removed'. What do they do with all the blind cats and/or the eyes?

    • daweed 9
      daweed 9 10 days ago

      They nail them to seats so to make an entertained looking audience who would stay listen to this insurance salesman, they blind them so they cant see to escape if they get free

  • Ben Pothecary
    Ben Pothecary 10 days ago

    Is there a tea stop in the U.K. explicitly there to remind you to take a tea break? Probably.

    • bcvbb hyui
      bcvbb hyui 10 days ago

      I saw a sign that said 'Blind Children'. But I didn't have my penknife with me.

  • OES 25
    OES 25 10 days ago +3

    You're meant to be alert about rocks lying in the road around corners etc.

    • afutla qian
      afutla qian 10 days ago

      I saw a sign in New Zealand which said ''Low Flying Aircraft'' Not funny, until I tell you that at the time it had been impaled by a Piper Cub!

  • Joe Bloggs
    Joe Bloggs 10 days ago

    Jimmy Carr - the acceptable face of Toffism

  • Rocarlos Davis
    Rocarlos Davis 10 days ago

    How am I'm driving? Rogue climber 😍👽🙂

  • Colin Lyon
    Colin Lyon 10 days ago +4

    Wile here in WA Australia , Shop stealing is a crime , personially I think it would be quite an achievement

  • Imight Realperson
    Imight Realperson 10 days ago

    what did that audience member say about curry i couldnt understand a word of it except curry

    • MrDannydoodah
      MrDannydoodah 10 days ago

      Jimmy literally repeated it afterwards....
      The audience member said their local curry house has a sign that says:
      Try one of our curries. You'll never get better!

  • carrstone01
    carrstone01 10 days ago +3

    Sign at a gas station in the UK: Two-stroke Toilets.

    • RoweHowe
      RoweHowe 5 days ago

      @Sir Barrington Womble MBE My ex is from Tenerife, she says half the dudes are gay partiers

    • Sir Barrington Womble MBE
      Sir Barrington Womble MBE 8 days ago

      I holiday in Tenerife quite a lot. It's a semi topical paradise, so tourists wander around in swimming gear, guys not wearing T shirts. Frowned on in many bars!
      One Irish bar has a sign -
      GUYS, NO TOPS NO DRINKS
      GIRLS, NO TOPS FREE DRINKS

  • Brett Rowley
    Brett Rowley 10 days ago +3

    Saw a sign on the front of a company van that sold window blinds. Sign said "Blind man driving"

    • junbh2
      junbh2 9 days ago

      That sounds like it might have been deliberate

    • Allan Hegyes
      Allan Hegyes 10 days ago +1

      I worked for a window treatment company, and any time we showed up at commercial work, all the other trades would shout; "the blind guys are here." It never got old.

  • ayyy ayyy
    ayyy ayyy 10 days ago +1

    Jimmy looks like Benedict has beenadick

  • Hal Kael
    Hal Kael 10 days ago +34

    The signs I like are "slow children playing" . And there is hope for them when they grow up, because there are also "slow men at work".

  • jjaus
    jjaus 11 days ago +3

    Fat vegans are impressive.

  • New Message
    New Message 11 days ago +2

    My local museum has a sign up that reads "To request audio guide for the visually impaired, ring bell"

  • rkomada88
    rkomada88 11 days ago +2

    Real sales pitch from Acme markets --- Acme: We are the Lowest!!

  • Doug Mayberry
    Doug Mayberry 11 days ago +120

    I once told a cop... But the sign says this road is "fine for speeding". She laughed. I still got a ticket.

  • JustAGuyfromLDN
    JustAGuyfromLDN 11 days ago

    That audience member is great😄not a heckle if it’s relevant haha

  • Purlee100
    Purlee100 11 days ago +1

    I saw a sign in New Zealand which said ''Low Flying Aircraft'' Not funny, until I tell you that at the time it had been impaled by a Piper Cub!

  • Steve Cox
    Steve Cox 11 days ago +31

    I saw a sign that said 'Blind Children'. But I didn't have my penknife with me.

    • t e r I N E E D L E R
      t e r I N E E D L E R 8 days ago

      I'd like to do the jimmy carr backwards laugh here but I cant so I'll just say it to indicate I think the blind children penknife thing is clever!

    • neosapiens
      neosapiens 9 days ago +1

      **whips out laser**

  • Tom Oxley
    Tom Oxley 11 days ago

    The falling rocks one was on top gear and said exactly the same way, so whose copying who ??

    • marten veersoo
      marten veersoo 11 days ago

      Tom Oxley he said it himself so at best he’s copying himself.

  • Doktor Phill
    Doktor Phill 11 days ago +109

    This seat is only for:
    Elderly
    Pregnant
    Disabled
    Children
    Blimey that's a bit niche

  • TriggerCurtis
    TriggerCurtis 11 days ago

    I dont understand his accent.

  • Jaspeb
    Jaspeb 11 days ago +44

    “No baby on board, feel free to crash into me”

    • Darren McAuliffe
      Darren McAuliffe 5 days ago +1

      I saw one that said "Adults on board (We want to live too)"

  • The Lada
    The Lada 11 days ago +3

    Jimmy used the "Falling rocks" bit on Top Gear. And he also was the fastest celebrity in a reasonably priced car. Makes sense, afterall, he's the Carrinator

  • Bryan McMillin
    Bryan McMillin 11 days ago +20

    I was living in New Mexico, US for a few years. Occasionally, you'd see a sign that said, "High Winds May Exist". I'm pretty sure they do. I don't think they belong in the same category as UFOs, Bigfoot, and Nessie.

    • daweed 9
      daweed 9 9 days ago

      @Bryan McMillin you typed it?, maybe you say things while you type them?, I couldnt care less , although I suspect you will type shhhh again, enjoy the comedy, please leave me alone now? Thank you

    • daweed 9
      daweed 9 9 days ago

      @Bryan McMillin you are telling me to be quiet and have no response?, this maybe indicative of the fact that you have read your replies and see you were arrogant, nasty and wrong, please don't invite me to be quiet?, you can't shut anyone up because you don't like them?, as for you 'calming breath'advice?, you should learn that when you attempt to belittle a stranger they won't always bow down to you?, I am trying this in a nice, silent calm way, you assume I was aggressive?, the problem is clear one within your own mind? Not everyone gets angry in a debate?, you should try to remember that?, your comments were arrogant, belittling and patronising, no one has the right to do this online?, I got here by the feed suggestions, I can't stand Jimmy Carr.,my Feed was filled with his face, That's all, and, right now?,I am very happy , not angry, so no need for emotional guidance, I bid you a good night.

    • daweed 9
      daweed 9 10 days ago

      @Bryan McMillin ah, you are now oppressed by me?, OK, I am sorry, have a good day, no offence but you did infer something nasty regarding my auntie?, that's what I found offensive?also your reply I found sarcastic and with no real meaning that involves comedy other than to demean me, I find British comedians now make fun of anything other than themselves, and that is bullying behaviour,.so we live and learn. No hard feelings. There is no such thing as luck.
      Have a good weekend.

    • daweed 9
      daweed 9 10 days ago

      @Bryan McMillin and you are right in one respect, you keep things simple, to match your intelligence.
      Hope that helps?, if not, don't seek advice, they are really overstretched and you might not be able to get bed on the ward. My only advice is , listen to more snobend well off middle class sarcasm,
      Write your own jokes until you find one that is funny, then you have reached your destination.
      The End.
      Hope that helps?, I enjoyed it.

    • daweed 9
      daweed 9 10 days ago

      @Bryan McMillin but, you may need to read your comment again because I wouldn't waste my time, you will see clearly that you are an alternative comedian, because you are not funny, hope that helps, I don't think it will however, everything considered.

  • Paul Keenan
    Paul Keenan 11 days ago +1

    Chinese takeaway Soon Phat

  • Ocean of Galaxy
    Ocean of Galaxy 11 days ago

    i must say his comedy is best -- but clarity in his words can make his act much more better . Thanks .

  • giraffe912
    giraffe912 11 days ago +5

    Im that fat vegetarian. My weakness is cheesepuffs

  • harshbarj
    harshbarj 11 days ago +4

    I like the one up the street. It says "Slow deaf child". Guess they will learn to speed up.

  • Simon Rodgers
    Simon Rodgers 11 days ago

    I saw something on the back of a van saying "F*** off you c***", there were no asterisks.

    • Ben Knight
      Ben Knight 10 days ago

      @MrDannydoodah I've been swearing on the site for nearly a decade now, so if they're going to kick me out they're taking their time about it.

    • MrDannydoodah
      MrDannydoodah 10 days ago

      @Ben Knight Realistically though you could get thrown off the individual website that you use the swearing on if it happens to be against their rules. And I believe it is against youtube's/google's rules, so you could potentially get flipping kicked off flipping youtube for flipping swearing!

    • Simon Rodgers
      Simon Rodgers 10 days ago +1

      @Ben Knight Maybe not, but I was just trying to be polite.

    • pepe6666
      pepe6666 11 days ago +1

      @Ben Knight :O oh my lord

    • Ben Knight
      Ben Knight 11 days ago

      You're not going to get fucking kicked off the fucking internet for fucking swearing!

  • vi si
    vi si 11 days ago +2

    Target on his Forehead with sign saying Don't Miss!

  • Jack XY
    Jack XY 11 days ago

    you look chubby man, what happened?

    • Jean Kennedy
      Jean Kennedy 11 days ago

      In older clips, he has chubby cheeks which he doesn't have now that he's lost weight.

  • Mikey McMikeFace
    Mikey McMikeFace 11 days ago +4

    It's too bad I can't make out a lot of of what he is saying and the autogenerated captions aren't much help either.

    • pepe6666
      pepe6666 11 days ago

      @Jean Kennedy thats really interesting. i hadn't thought of that. he sounds clear as a bell to me (new zealand) even though he sounds different. he does speak quite fast though. hes well educated and quite pomp (means rich, good money, etc) and in the UK people like that talk a certain way.
      people in the US used to try & talk like that to sound rich too :P just check out any 1950s voice-over

    • Jean Kennedy
      Jean Kennedy 11 days ago

      I often have problems, too. It's not just his English accent, it's that he refers to things that other British people might be familiar with, but that North Americans have never heard of.

      (I usually find autogenerated captions worse than useless. Even captions provided by human captioners are often very inaccurate, when it's clear the captioner couldn't understand it EITHER.)

  • Alex Thomas
    Alex Thomas 11 days ago

    Bullshit on that Australia joke we don't use miles we use kilometers and I've never heard someone call them convenience stores

  • David B
    David B 11 days ago +5

    What is up with that girls teeth tho 👀😂

    • SpikeFlea
      SpikeFlea 10 days ago +1

      @Elias Gall The truth hurts sometimes.

    • Elias Gall
      Elias Gall 11 days ago

      @SpikeFlea , ok, this is mean, clishè and all sort of other wrongs, but it`s also f***ing hilarious.

    • SpikeFlea
      SpikeFlea 11 days ago +3

      She's British

  • Luke Ricker
    Luke Ricker 11 days ago +214

    Here in Canada, the signs say “Slow children at play”

    • Sir Barrington Womble MBE
      Sir Barrington Womble MBE 6 days ago

      @Greig91 I believe low light conditions was a contributory factor in the incident.😜

    • Greig91
      Greig91 6 days ago

      @Sir Barrington Womble MBE haha that's dark

    • SailorAllan
      SailorAllan 7 days ago +2

      seen that sign--always wondered--on what street do the smart kids play ?

    • Sir Barrington Womble MBE
      Sir Barrington Womble MBE 9 days ago +3

      LORD FAWFUL
      '... children are typically much slower than cars.'
      But, not always -
      I once saw a child fly through the air at the same speed as the car right behind it!

  • Just Vin
    Just Vin 11 days ago

    I saw a sign once in Hounslow which read 'Slow Children'...I couldn't argue

  • evilution
    evilution 11 days ago +30

    When you get roadworks, you usually get a sign that says, Roadworkers ahead slow. I then imagine 40 Down's Syndrome guys in yellow hi-vis.

    • Bob Ross
      Bob Ross 4 days ago

      @Da Dillen haha. That is very true.

    • Da Dillen
      Da Dillen 4 days ago

      @evilution stylish is stylish.😇

    • Da Dillen
      Da Dillen 4 days ago

      @Bob Ross True art never dies. Great title for a Bond movie.😁

    • Bob Ross
      Bob Ross 4 days ago

      @Da Dillen thank you, thank you. Yes it's me, came back from the dead. 😔😏

    • evilution
      evilution 4 days ago

      @Da Dillen They might have been female too, who could actually tell?

  • 101
    101 11 days ago +2

    Best pub notice - "You ask to put it on the tab. I say no. You get mad. I put it on the tab. You no pay. I get mad. Better you get mad."

  • EMILIANO CARRO
    EMILIANO CARRO 11 days ago +37

    (00:50) did Jimmy just (kind of) laugh like a normal human??

  • Silver Shamrock Novelties
    Silver Shamrock Novelties 11 days ago +18

    0:49 Is that Jimmy's normal laugh? :)

  • VITAMULTEN
    VITAMULTEN 11 days ago +3

    Saw a sign "Cookout for the homeless". Thats one way to get rid of them i suppose.

    • daweed 9
      daweed 9 8 days ago

      Eat the rich? :)

    • t e r I N E E D L E R
      t e r I N E E D L E R 8 days ago

      Lol squared!

    • daweed 9
      daweed 9 10 days ago +1

      I see the general demographic here by reading the comments here, a very elite crowd, all used to hard work and little pay,
      his eyes give him the gritty look of a dodgy 70's photofit ,
      hard as nails ,working class, street educated and real.

  • Deaken Wylie
    Deaken Wylie 11 days ago +41

    There's some beer here in the US which has, as its slogan, "It just doesn't get any better than this.", which I always thought should be prefaced with "Sorry, but".