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Not that I ever needed an excuse…

May 9, 2010

but Eddie Izzard was involved in the Hope not Hate group which was key in getting rid of the BNP councillors in Barking and Dagenham. So have a celebratory video.

Transcript…

(Eddie Izzard, holding a microphone and wearing a white shirt, jeans, black eyeliner and a posh dinner jacket with tails.)

One thing was huge before language, and that was Scrabble. Because Scrabble after language became about words. Scrabble before language was just put the letters down. There were no rules, every-one was a winner.

(Pushing finger forward as if to place tiles.) Kuh-tuh-fun-gi-ta-bul-spling-dang. 76.

(Pushing finger forward as if to place tiles, from a different direction.)As-ting-box-ix-strang-zin-de-kanga.  That’s 105. It’s a triple word. Dang! (Clicks fingers.)

Scrabble was invented by Nazis to piss off kids with dyslexia. This is true, they’ve proved this now. The word dyslexia was invented by Nazis to piss off kids with dyslexia. Whar’s the point of coming up with a word like dyslexia to explain a word-blindness spelling problem?

They have a problem with the words, it is a difficult thing. We’ve called this problem ‘Instscrinsticantundanglanfixwoocard22pickupoooeeeooo. It has 17 silent letters and the face of a rat in it.

Just call it bonk! They suffer from bonk. They have a word blank, it’s because of bonk.

‘Scuse me miss, I’ve got bonk. Alright, just chew something at the corner of the class.

Alright. (Mimes chewing.)

I would have preferred that than sitting there and spelling colour with a k.

I did a fantastic eye-spy. It was brilliant for eye-spy. With an s for ceiling. It went on for hours. Til my brother was throttling me. S! Ceiling! Ceilings not with an S! Of course it is!

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  1. May 10, 2010 1:23 pm

    This inadvertantly terrified the guy sitting next to me. Trying to giggle silently makes you look weird, is what I have learned 🙂

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