Because he’s a tosser
(should have made the lettering bigger )
No he's not I've had a pint with him, he was a nice bloke
And funny as hell on stage, saw him at Yarmouth, awesome
He is a wife collecting, prehistoric joke using 100% non-Gep tosser.
Ok, and on this evidence you have decided he must die?
A few family members have seen him recently; they said that he was a big fat man drowning in a puddle of his own unfunny sweat. Another saw him when he was just stating out – the exact same jokes.
Plus someone recorded over CSI with one of his Stand-up shows
The guy is a tosser of the highest order, no-one deserves to die but he does deserve a good shoeing.Comic hits back over show walk out
Comic Jim Davidson has hit back at criticism of his decision to pull out of a performance in Devon, apparently because disabled people near the stage refused to move.
Speaking before a show on Tuesday night at Swansea's Grand Theatre he accused one woman who refused to move at Monday's performance at Plymouth Pavilions of "playing the handicapped card".
Officials from the Pavilions said the comic told them he could not perform because disabled people were in the front row and that would spoil part of his act.
Management at the Pavilions are now considering legal action after the cancellation angered the 1,700-strong audience.
"Mr Davidson cited the fact that a proportion of his act was aimed at disabled customers and that he would be unable to perform under these circumstances," said a theatre spokesman.
"The Pavilions has a limited number of positions in the Arena that can accommodate wheelchair users.
"These positions are in the front stalls including the front row."
But Mr Davidson, who earlier in the day issued a statement apologising if he had upset any member of the audience, said one woman who refused to move should have been "sensible".
"If they really wanted to see me this woman should have listened to my request," said Mr Davidson.
"And instead of playing the handicapped card she could have been sensible and 2,000 people would have had a great night including her."
"I hate people playing the handicapped card or the racist card.
"I do what I do and people love it, why do the people in the wheelchairs go there?
"It takes a brave man to be in the front of Jim Davidson concert anyway, let alone being in a wheelchair."
One Davidson fan Jeff Peppitt, from Plymouth, who was in Monday night's audience said: "He is supposed to be a professional, if his act was based around that, why couldn't he change his act to suit the audience?
"He has really let us down."
Was it him, that refused to do a gig because there were wheelchairs in the front row?
EDIT; beat me to it WC.
They can tak' oour lives, but they cannae tak' oour troousers!
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Lets not be hasty and just dismiss the ideaOriginally posted by Withcheese@24 June 2004 - 17:34
The guy is a tosser of the highest order, no-one deserves to die but he does deserve a good shoeing.