Sunday, 20 May 2012

From Ireland To Scotland

So we've had a plethora of Irish comedians I have for you instead a Scottish one instead. Althea suggested I post a video on Kevin Bridges and because I'm really tired and I've had fun with Jessie I'm going to just post some. So here you go. He's really funny, but a few people might have trouble with the accent I think.

15 comments:

  1. I have to hand it to you, all of the comics you've posted about are hilarious. I did have a little bit of trouble with the accent, but I listened the whole way through because the Scottish accent is a favorite of mine. I have watched Trainspotting over a dozen times just for the accent, and I've yet to catch everything that is said.

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  2. I can't understand but I still get to laugh at myself trying! I keep moving one ear and then the other ear closer. Squinting my eyes but that's not helping either lol... I thought that I had a pretty good grasp on different accents but this one goes right over my head. Anyway, it's making me laugh so great video!

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  3. I am totally liking his Kevin Bridges: what's the story on BBC2! Funny funny man! Take care
    x

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  4. Omg haha he's hilarious! I love finding good stand up comedians. I love his accent as well. :D

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  5. Not only is he hilarious, but he has a great accent. I wish Americans had cool accents like that.

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  6. I would kill for an Irish or Scottish accent. And to be funny with the accent? Not fair.

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  7. Oh!!! I love this. <3

    funny funny funny and I love, like love love love <3! hehe

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  8. Kevin Bridges is actually really funny haha, this routine made me laugh a lot.

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  9. Yay! You did Kevin Bridges!! :D "Have you seen this man?!" - Nope. x

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  10. Had a little tough time with the accent but I could understand everything he was saying, really hilarious stuff. Wonder why I haven't heard about him before.

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  11. I caught his stuff on BBC2 and he just reminds me of one of my mates from Glasgow...same street humour

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  12. You're right, that accent was murder. You could tell he knew that though, because he was talking very slowly for the audience.

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  13. I find this man quite humorous.

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  14. Oh wow, that's a really thick accent he's got. ._.

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