Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Seriously funny...

OK, enough waffle about my penchant for a pop or two, put the speculation of our footballing chances on hold for a while, don't even mention Tim Henman - the moment's passed already. I've just taken delivery of my Janet & John CD.



For the uninitiated, Terry Wogan reads out these stories from time to time that parody the Janet & John childrens' books but are absolutely littered with double entendres. Fair enough, I accept that my description does them absolutely no justice whatsoever but ask anyone who's heard any of them and they'll confirm how incredibly funny they are. Frankly, I'm amazed at times that some of them managed to get broadcast on a breakfast show.

However, the real highlight and the reason I'm telling you all about it here is that all of the proceeds are going towards the Children in Need appeal. The last I heard, they'd sold in excess of 60,000 copies at a tenner each - that's six hundred thousand quid raised!!!

It's a bloody funny CD, well worth ten pounds of anybody's money and you're making a decent charitable contribution to boot so get yourselves to this site and order yourself a copy.

In fact, whether you buy one or not, please use the same page to join the campaign to get a dispensation from the VAT levy and ensure all of the money raised is directed where it is intended...

5 comments:

delcatto said...

Thanks for reminding me Seany, I have now just ordered my copy.
How they get away with broadcasting it at that time of the morning I just don't know.

delcatto said...

That picture of Boggy...he looks suspiciously like Whisphering Bob Harris.

" I'd just like to welcome Patti Smith singing from her latest album 'Trash City Blues and the Brokeback Cowpoke pt 2'...over to you Patti."

Seany said...

*wiping tears from eyes*

Just listened to my favourite story again. How on earth did they get away with "she needed a few drinks because she'd never been taken up the Oxo Tower before"?

Priceless...

Mick Sturbs said...

Someone sent me the link to your Blog. Thanks very much for the support for the CD - it's doing very well indeed thanks to you and people like you.

Best tickles,

Seany said...

Mick - you're more than welcome. They're excellent stories and it's a great way of raising funds for such a deserving cause.

I am not worthy...