here we are we are back together again yes as live as live can possibly be

it is english addict coming to you live and direct from the birthplace

of the english language which just happens to be

england

what what's going on hi everybody this is mr duncan in

england how are you today are you okay

i hope so are you happy can you see me smiling i am smiling

can you see the lovely smile on my face at the moment

ah i feel so happy to be with you once more

yes we are all together once more it's time to improve your

english today and listen to me talking also you can chat

live as well in fact we have lots of things to talk about today

i suppose the first thing i should mention is my face

oh

today in the uk well when i say the uk i mean england so the uk is lots of

different places combined however today in england we are now

all required to wear face masks all the time

even when we're sleeping even if we're on the toilet

even if we're taking a shower we have to wear

our face masks so now it is mandatory however it turns out

that you don't have to wear your face mask everywhere

so this new rule that has been introduced today

is actually rather confusing to be honest it is a little

bit confusing but yes you may have read in the newspaper or on the internet here

in england we have to now start wearing our face

mask everywhere we go however

to be honest with you i don't think i need to wear my face mask here

because there is a nice piece of thick glass

between us we don't have to worry about it isn't that nice

so here we go again we are back together from

england yes i am talking to you now live my name is mr duncan and can you guess

what i do i like to teach english to you

and you and you that's why we are here so as i mentioned yes from today

we all have to wear our face masks we have no choice

wherever we are going if we are in the shops in the street

if we are near other people we must wear our face masks

one of the problems of course is if you wear your face mask

with glasses like me you often find that your glasses will steam up

they will mist up or fog you won't be able to see where

you're going because of the condensation from your breath

so that is one of the problems with wearing a face mask

during this particular period of time so if you are in a shop you must now

wear one of these on your face however

there are some exceptions for example if you are in a restaurant

you don't have to wear one of these because you can't eat

with a face mask you see you can't eat if you are wearing one of these

how are you going to get the food into your mouth

so if you are on public transport yes you need a mask if you are in the

supermarket yes you need a mask

if you are walking along the street maybe in a busy town center where there

are lots of other people yes you must wear a mask

so there are some places where you must wear it and

some places where you don't have to wear it however

apparently the rules are slightly confusing for some people

it is rather confusing to say the least so we are here yes

we've made it all the way to the end of the week

lots of things to talk about we have many things

to show you today and of course it's friday

yes we are all here together again i hope you are having a good friday how

has your week been don't forget the weekend

is just around the corner i'm in the studio today

even though behind me you can see the garden

so behind me you have a live picture of the garden however today i

am in the studio and another thing you might notice today i haven't had a shave

mr duncan you are so naughty i actually forgot

i'm not joking i don't know how i did it but i actually forgot

to have a shave don't ask me how or why but i didn't so i hope you don't

mind the fact that i have a little bit of

stubble stubble on my face today by the way if

you want to have captions guess what if you like reading

the captions or the subtitles all you have to do is press

c on your keyboard that's all you have to do you don't have to do anything else

just take your finger and click on

c it's as simple as that and then you will see all of the things

that i'm saying to you now live

hello to the live chat yes we do have the live chat

as well nice to see you here a lot of people

already on the live chats waiting patiently for me to say hello

hello to oh hello mohsen most and guess what you are first on

today's live chat also mary beatrice also luis mendes here as well

congratulations to you

you all have very fast fingers your fingers

are feeling very frisky today frisky you have frisky fingers

we have the sentence game coming up in a moment but

i can't find my letter what's happened to my letter

where has my letter gone i had i had a little letter here

to show you it's got i don't know where it

is oh for goodness sake oh mr duncan sort yourself out

please mr duncan

where's my letter girl i've lost it

i can't find my letter i found it now here it is so today we

have the sentence game coming up are you excited i know a lot of people

like playing the sentence game

have i had my echo one all that time sorry about that

i forgot to turn my echo off

was that playing all the time like that i'm sorry

p we are looking for the letter p today

dear did i just leave my echo on i'm sorry about that i'm so sorry

i left my echo on actually i quite like that it sounds like the

thoughts in my head what shall i have to eat

where should i go for my holiday this year

what should i buy for mr steve at christmas all the thoughts

going around in my head like that

so sorry about that the letter p we are looking at the letter p today and

there is a special reason why we are looking at the letter p it's

because well it's because one of the topics we

are talking about today is humour

but a certain type of humour we are looking at

british humour today we are taking a look at

british humour now this is something we mentioned

we mentioned yesterday

we mentioned it yesterday we talked about different types of humour

and i was thinking of the things that you often

think about when you think of british humour british types of humor the type of

humour that you might find in british

humour so today we will be looking at

a very interesting subject what is british

humour a lot of people have their own thoughts their own ideas of what

british humour actually is

people are still complaining i'm sorry about the echo

i'm sorry that was too much echo too much

no more no more echo today even if i say louis mendes

or maybe pedro belmont something like that

i'm sorry about that i'm in a very silly mood today you may have noticed

so we are talking about british humour what is british humour when you

you think about british humour now i know around the world a lot of people

like watching british comedy things that are funny british

humor things that people think as being typical

british humour so that's what we're looking at today and i must warn you

can i can i just make a warning now i'm giving a warning

so no one can complain later on some of the things i will be talking about

might be a little bit rude

so that's all that's all that's all i'm saying some of the things

we are looking at today might be a little bit rude

okay so please don't complain to me don't write to youtube

please don't write to youtube and complain about it

so now you know

hello also to oh let's say hello to some more people on the live

chat lots of you here today thank you very much

hello sandra gonzalez nice to see you here as well

oh yes also we have pedro belmont he's here today

i can't believe i left the echo on

what a silly thing to do

mr duncan you could make comic films really

thank you very much for your your your suggestion there maybe maybe after

i stopped doing youtube maybe i could become a comedy star

something like that

did you do it on purpose or was it a mistake it was a mistake

i didn't do it on purpose this is on purpose

oh christina says i often use headphones and the echo broke my eardrums

i'm very sorry about that

how is your voice echoing it's very easy really i just

stick my head inside a bucket and speak as loudly

as i can hello to marrakesh hello marrakesh nice to see you here

today i hope you are feeling good as well

valentina is here oh belarussia

is here hello belarusia we missed you for the past

couple of days we have been searching for you we noticed you weren't here

i know you haven't had a very good week and we are we are all thinking of you

during this time but i hope you are all right

and once again i apologize for the echo very sorry about that

hello alessandra beatrice also accent hello aksanth nice to see you back i

haven't seen you for a long time i haven't seen you for ages in fact

cap devi as well cap devi we haven't seen you for a long time

where have you been have you been busy i think so i think many of us during

this time

have been very busy i can't believe how much chaos i've caused

with my echo it would appear that my echo

my little echo echo echo echo has caused

a lot of trouble i've only been on for for 20 minutes how can i already be

causing problems i have no idea so british humor

today we also have the sentence game we are looking at

the letter p and there is a special reason why

there is a special reason why we are looking at p

today there is a reason a special reason and it has something to do with british

humor you see so that is the reason why oh also we

have some strange unusual odd

english words coming up as well lots of things to come your way today

right here on english addict episode 101

ooh very nice and of course if you want to catch me

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oh that's a nice bottle of water there oh

very refreshing sometimes only a bottle of water will do

sometimes you have to have a drink and that was one of those moments hello

gemini too hello also shard what is mr steve doing i think he is a

very busy person he is right now mr steve is helping to host

something in his office on a live stream so at this very moment

i am doing a live stream here and mr steve is in his office

giving a presentation to many many people

in a live stream so there are there are actually two live streams

taking place in this house right now there is me here

and mr steve upstairs in his office so there are two

is it illegal to laugh at a joke about oneself in england no it isn't

you don't have to worry about that here in the uk

i must admit maybe it will change in the future but over time

humor here has been very

varied eclectic so there are many different types of

humour here in the uk especially british humour people

talk about british humour all the time

and when we think of british humour there are often things that we

do think about especially me because i am of course english so i live

in britain and there are many different

types of humour which we will be looking at in a few

moments we will

hello also to aloe magaz oh hello cap devi thank you very much

for your super chat thank you very much very kind

of you and don't forget everything i do i do

for free it costs you nothing hello

giroux audrey jury nembrini hello mr duncan you are my idol

and i am jury from italy a big hello to italy nice to see you

here today my name is duncan and i live in england

and i'm very pleased to see you here today

Tomek says hello there i hope you are well i promise to be

on my best behavior today okay then barong hello barong

i always see you are giving your age you don't have to

you don't have to but if you want to tell me how old you are

it's fine you don't have to it's not a rule

i don't know why you would have such a rule

but no you don't have to worry about that i really appreciate your efforts

thank you florence did anyone see anzonic i think it was yesterday

azonic was on yesterday and i was talking about anzonic last

week because he was on my first ever live

stream that i did four years ago oh i'm just trying not to

sneeze excuse me oh

just a moment

nothing serious it's just a bit of hay fever my nose is running

today i suppose i had better run after it

please yourself i see you every day says yanin yanin haddad nice to see you

here as well thank you very much i am suffering a little bit with hay

fever because it's very windy outside and mr steve was outside

playing around with the flowers near my window so i think all of the

pollen has now come into my studio thank you mr

steve hello mercedes mr duncan i would like to

send you a big hug thank you very much it's very kind

of you i don't know what i've done what have i done to deserve

such a big warm hug i don't know

british humor i don't really get it in the right way

some people don't sometimes british humour

can be very subtle very dry so dry humour is something that is

given or delivered in a certain way so sometimes british humour can

appear very dry

talking of humour we are going to talk about british humour in a few moments

do you remember a lesson that i made all about humour

here is an excerpt from that very

lesson ladies and gentlemen put your hands

together for crazy mister

duncan

hi good evening wow so many people a man goes to see his

doctor he says doctor doctor i feel like a pair of curtains

and the doctor replies oh pull yourself together

do you like shopping do you how come whenever i go to the supermarket

i always end up with the shopping trolley that has the bad wheel

i want to go this way and my shopping trolley wants to go

this way yeah it's funny it's funny isn't it because it's true

a man goes to see his doctor he says doctor doctor people keep ignoring me

and the doctor replies next please

okay you've been a great audience thank you very much

good night if a person stands on a stage and tells

their jokes to an audience it is called stand-up comedy because the

person telling the jokes is standing up

of course it is true to say that a joke which may be funny to one person

could actually be offensive or not funny to another

each one of us has a slightly different feeling when we

hear a joke it is called our sense of humour some people will laugh at

anything while others will hardly ever laugh at

all it is yet another fascinating piece of

the human emotion puzzle do you have a sense of humour

what makes you laugh do you know any good jokes

there it was an excerpt from one of my english lessons all about

jokes and humour

no more echo you've had too much echo today sorry about that

no more echo i promise i will not press my echo button

again for at least another five minutes okay i hope we are all agreed on that

here comes the warning once again we are now going to talk about british humour

british humour can sometimes be very rude very naughty maybe a little improper

if something is improper it means not suitable for that moment or maybe

something that might be offensive or upsetting

so what we are talking about now is british humour when we think about

british humour what are we actually talking about

so what is british humour and how can we describe it well there

are many ways of describing british humour and i'm going to show you some

words and also show you some things as well on the

screen some of these things are a little bit

naughty so if you have any children nearby

i suggest you cover their eyes and their ears

in fact take them out of the room completely

and put them somewhere else

so when we think about british humour humour of course is

anything that makes you laugh a certain type

of story or joke with a humorous ending so british

humour when we think of british humour and when i think of it i often think of

words like bawdy and vulgar bawdy

and vulgar interesting words i know but when we think of things

that are related to british comedy one one person i often think of is benny

hill to be honest i always think of benny

hill when i think of british humour now

his type of humour is no longer acceptable

so many years ago people stopped showing his programs on television because

a lot of people thought well maybe it's not very

not very clean or maybe it's a little dirty or a little bawdy

or vulgar so benny hill humour many years ago was seen as something

that was offensive and not very politically correct so

benny hill is what i often think of and many people also think of when they

think about humour british humour i suppose you might also think

of i don't know you might think of something that is saucy or suggestive

such as carry on films have you ever seen

a carry-on film carry on was a series of films and they were all

rather saucy suggestive some people might say

rude some people might say sexist so they

often involve certain subjects such as dating

trying to find a girlfriend trying to avoid

the wife things like that and of course sex

one thing that british humour does have a lot of

is references to sex i will be honest with you it

is hard to avoid that so when we think of british humour we

often think of things that are saucy and suggestive

maybe a little bit rude or naughty

for example so here we go here is a postcard

and on this postcard there is something rather rude

and suggestive you can see there is a couple

having a picnic by a bush and someone on the other side of the

bush is listening to what they are saying

and the girl is saying to her boyfriend let's have it now fred before it goes

soft now you see they are talking about the

ice cream however it might also have

another meaning as well which we will be looking at

a little bit later so when we talk about british humour quite often

it is humor that is suggestive or saucy a little bit

naughty when you go on holiday quite often you will see

postcards and many of them will have this sort of joke

on the front of them naughty suggestive jokes

so british humour quite often does refer to things that are naughty mischievous

maybe a little bit rude and sometimes misunderstandings as well you might

talk about misunderstandings or maybe things that can be taken

in different ways have you ever heard of a double entendre a double

entendre sometimes pronounced double duble entendre which literally means

double meaning so an entendre is the meaning

a double meaning sometimes when you say something a sentence maybe you mean one

thing however sometimes a sentence can be

taken in another way and yes once more british humour does rely

quite a lot on

misunderstandings or using words in more than one way and that is why we

have the double entendre or duble entendro

if you are french

by the way this is the old spelling before anyone criticises me

i know that this is old french this is old french i know it is but this is how

we spell it even now this is how we spell it before

anyone in france says mr duncan that is the old spelling

the old french spelling of entendre let's have a look i really don't want to

do this let's have a look at some double

entendres so these are things that you can say and

they are perfectly innocent however you can also give another

meaning to those sentences so here we go please

don't shout at me please don't tell me off please don't

say mr duncan you are so rude and dirty because i'm not i'm not i'm just

telling you how it is double entendres here we go can you see these sentences

now all of these sentences look very

innocent however if you read them again they might also have another meaning

for example you need to grab it with both hands you need to grab it

with both hands so maybe you are you are showing

someone how to build a tent or put up their tent

you might tell someone they need to grab the thing with both hands however

that can also be a double entendre maybe a person is going to come round to

visit you and maybe they are going to deliver some

letters or maybe a parcel they might say i will pop it in

tomorrow i will pop it in tomorrow again a very innocent sentence however

that can also be a double entendre you see maybe you see

a very beautiful woman enjoying some fruit

and she has pear in her hand she's eating a pear and then

someone else comes up and says oh hello there what a lovely pear you've

got there you see because she's eating a pear

however that might also be referring to her physical attributes as well you see

so there once again a double entendre quite common in british humour

we do like the double entendre maybe your neighbors next door are doing

some diy maybe they are repairing one of the

rooms or renovating part of the house

and maybe they are doing it until late at night

you might say my neighbors were banging all night

you see very innocent sentence that is an innocent sentence

my neighbors were busy next door they were making so much noise repairing

their house my neighbors were banging all night

you see double entendre that can mean something else as well you see

maybe you go to the doctor for an injection

your doctor has to give you an injection maybe in your

arm and perhaps you are slightly afraid so you say to the doctor oh i'm a little

bit worried about having the injection and then the

doctor replies you will only feel a small prick

maybe you are in the garden and you have some wood

that you need to chop up so you you get an axe you pick the ax up but

it is very big it's a very large axe very hard to hold in your hand

and you might say oh this chopper is too large to hold it's too large

it's too big i can't get my hand around this chopper again you see

double entendre british humour we love the double entendres in british

humor i hope you weren't offended by that

because it does exist and that is a very big part of what we call

traditional british humour we like to make jokes we like to give

things double meanings

so that is what the double entendre is i hope

i haven't offended anyone i hope i haven't offended anyone

unicarina says that's rude i don't like that don't worry

it's gone now it's gone i did warn you though i did say

i did say it might be a little bit naughty today

other types of british humour when we think of british humour we often think of

sarcasm as well a lot of people say that british humor

is sarcastic and i think that they're right

to be honest i think it's true that british humour sometimes

has a little bit of sarcasm as well i think british people are very

good at being sarcastic saying something

to make a point saying something to make the other person

feel uncomfortable or unhappy you are putting someone down

you are saying something to belittle another person sarcasm so you might find

british humor as a little sarcastic some people accuse me

quite often quite often i am accused of being sarcastic some people say mr

duncan you are very sarcastic now i don't think

i am sarcastic sometimes my jokes might seem

sarcastic but i never like to hurt people with my humour

i like to think my humour is cheeky i like that word cheeky i will put that

on the chat cheeky

so when we think about cheeky something that is cheeky there it is

i've put it now on the live chat cheeky so cheeky humour

is humour that is given or used but you are not trying to hurt another

person cheeky so a lot of people accuse me

of being sarcastic but i think i am just cheeky my my humour

is cheeky a little bit naughty sometimes

sometimes my my humour yes i think it's a bit

cheeky

you might do something that is naughty but not offensive not offensive

i hope that helps you sarcasm yes we often think of british humour as be

as being sarcastic you might also have a dry wit

dry whipped so maybe a person can tell a joke without

seeming as if they are telling a joke they can say it very

almost in normal conversation they will introduce a joke

or something humorous but they will do it in a very

special way there is a comedian called stephen fry

have you ever heard of stephen fry he his humour is very dry he has a

dry sense of humour once again i have been accused of having dry

humour as well i think sometimes my humour is a little bit dry

christina says you are a gentleman i'm not sure about today though

maybe not today as we are talking about british

humour so if you have a dry wit it means you have a certain way of

delivering or or telling a joke or maybe you

introduce something humorous into the conversation

without showing it

dry wit

today you are looking angry mr duncan really

why i i don't feel angry i've i feel quite relaxed today to be honest

even though i haven't had a shave maybe that's the reason why

maybe i look angry because i haven't had a shave

i think so dry wit we can also have a certain type of humor

and i think this is something we do very well even though other countries

also have this type of humor satire so i like satire satire

is a type of humour that is delivered or given

or done or carried out for a certain reason

so satire is a way of expressing an opinion about something

in a certain way you use humor for a certain purpose

very similar to sarcasm so some people do believe that satire

is very similar to sarcasm satire so when we say satire

we mean comedy or humor that is done for a certain purpose a

certain reason i remember growing up in the early 1980s

so during the 1980s there was a very funny

comedy show on tv here in the uk called spitting image

maybe you've seen some clips of that show

on youtube spitting image very famous show and what they used to

do they used to use rubber puppets so puppets that they

would operate with their hands and then someone else

would do an impersonation or an impression of

that person so it's a very interesting form of humor

satire and one of the most famous characters and don't forget these are

people who who were real at the time

they were alive and real so this show used to satire

the government celebrities famous people here and also abroad as

well and one of the most famous puppets

was this one oh i see so we are talking about satire

does anyone know who this is so this this is a puppet from spitting image

from the 1980s but do you know who this is a very famous person

and she would often appear on this particular program

not the muppets this is definitely not the muppets

there there was no kermit the frog or miss piggy

in this program trust me

so this type of humor satire you are making fun

of famous people or maybe people who are in the public

eye politicians actors singers

but who is this a very well-known character from spitting image and also

a former prime minister of this country way back in the 1980s

is that bill clinton no it's not bill clinton

definitely not it is definitely not bill clinton

oh i see one or two of you have got it right yes

this is margaret thatcher as seen on spitting image spitting image

was a show that was on in the 1980s

spitting image

so there i've put the name on the live chat you can see it now

spitting image was the name of the show and there are lots of excerpts from this

show on youtube as well you might be able to

find some excerpts so that's mrs thatcher

here's another one who is this person so here is another person

from spitting image another puppet but which person is this puppet

supposed to be oh i think this is easy i think this one is

very easy

hello yasiya yasir el shah here says ugly

man are you talking about me i try my best i know i haven't had a

shave today so i might look a little bit rough but thank you very

much saying that i'm an ugly man that's very

kind of you i love those comments so much

so who is this who is this another character

from spitting image and this is a form of satire

so quite often this program would make fun

of famous people whoever they were whoever they were in the world however

important they were they would still make fun so who is this

i love this i think this is so good

satire i sometimes feel as if there isn't enough satire

in the world these days

hello to partapp hello partapp apparently partapp is

having a birthday today happy birthday

is it the queen yes this is the queen of england as

seen in the early 1980s so during the at the 1980s there was a

very popular tv show called spitting image

and this was one of the puppets the queen of england so

they actually did everyone everyone no one

escaped no one not even the queen of hearts herself

not even the queen of hearts she was also

featured quite a lot in spitting image so when we talk about

satire we are often making fun of famous people

politicians maybe the things that they've done

recently maybe the things that they've done

that they shouldn't have done so we often use

satire in certain ways so this is princess diana and princess

diana was in spitting image a lot but i must say

this is not a very flattering puppet in fact none of them were they were all

i suppose you would describe them as caricatures

a caricature so this is actually a caricature

of princess diana it was used as it was used as

satire you are making fun of a certain thing a certain

organization or a certain person quite often

politics believe it or not they have actually started making

spitting image again using

people who are around now can you guess can you guess one famous person

who is now in the new series of spitting image

so one puppet if you can name it there is one puppet who is in

the new series so there is now in 2020 there is a new series of

spitting image

spiriting image can you name one person who might be in

the 2020 version oh dear that didn't take very long did it very

quick thank you lolly lolly

thank you lolly very good

oh dear yes can you believe it there is a new series

of spitting image so after many many years

they are actually making the program again but this time

they are using people from from now and yes you are right you can see there

spitting image 2020 we have we have meghan markle

prince harry kanye west on the end and in the middle yes

it's him donald trump so that is the new series

that is being made right now using people who are

in the public eye right now so we have the royal family

we have pop stars and also we have politicians as well just

like they did in the 1980s just the same way they did it in the

1980s so that is satire

a big subject i know but i hope i hope i made it clear

i hope i did i do i always try my best anyway

another type of humor that is british humour

surreal humour when we think about surreal humour we mean humor that is

unusual or odd strange

maybe something that is unusual or weird or something that does not make

sense or doesn't seem to make sense

surreal humour when we think about british humour

quite often we will

we will think of surreal humour where is boris johnson yes i suppose

they i'm surprised that they haven't used

boris johnson i couldn't even find a photograph of

boris johnson in spitting image to be honest i

couldn't find it

lolli lolly says kanye west will be the next president

of the u.s nothing would surprise me anymore

one of the things about living in this particular era

is that nothing surprises me it's very hard to be surprised by

anything anymore very hard to be surprised so surreal

humour when we think of surreal humour

one of the things that i always think about is

monty python have you heard of monty python

british humour very popular around the world

americans can i just say americans love monty python so much

even though they always mispronounce the name of the group

they always say monty python i don't know why they say it like that

it isn't monty python it's monty python

monty python not monty python they are over pronouncing python

and it sounds very strange so we often think of monty python one of

the most famous routines

must be the parrot sketch so once again when we think of british

humor we think of surreal humor unusual humor involving strange moments

of time so who remembers this have you ever seen

this the parrot sketch this is the most

famous routine that monty python ever did and it is a man

who goes into a pet shop and he's returning a parrot

and the reason why he's returning the parrot is because

it's dead and that's it that's that's the whole joke but

this routine goes on for a very long time

he walks in and he says i wish to register

a complaint

and the shopkeeper says oh yeah what's the problem i'll tell you

what the problem is my dear man i bought this parrot not half an hour

ago yeah what's the problem i'll tell you

what the problem is it's dead this parrot is dead

and then for the next seven or eight minutes

they argue about the parrot because the the shopkeeper

does not want to give the money back so he keeps trying to find excuses

not to give the refund and that's it it's a very simple joke

but it goes on for a very long time so the parrot sketch

i would imagine that that is somewhere somewhere on youtube so if you put

the parrot sketch on youtube you will see this

and it goes on for a very long time surreal humour

unusual humor we often see british humour as surreal

and unusual strange or weird

surreal of course i'm not saying that surreal humour only exists

in british english british comedy but also

in all sorts of comedy as well around the world

french comedy french comedy is often seen as very surreal

very unusual i think so

another type of humour

toilet humour dirty humour so something that is

seen as a little disgusting is often referred to

our thoughts and ideas when we talk about

british humour so when people discuss british humour

quite often people will say oh yes in british humour there is a lot of

toilet humour so that means dirty jokes rude jokes par tap

says today's lesson is quite difficult mr duncan

if you don't understand some of the words you can always look at the

subtitles you can have captions by the way

on the screen so if you press c on your keyboard you can have

captions and subtitles

we are talking about humor toilet humour

dirty purile humour quite often in british comedy

we will look at these things as being yes a little bit

rude a little bit dirty a little bit

disgusting maybe puerile dirty

pure aisle

here's a postcard i'm going to show you now

this postcard is something that you could buy

in the 1970s and also the 1980s as well so take a look at this this is a little

bit rude it's not it's not really rude but it's a

little rude so take a look at this and see if you can see where the joke

actually is so this is a postcard i think this must

be from the from the 1970s a very long time ago

and you can see there is a guy who is fixing the sign

outside the post office

and the man has gone to get something and the other man is saying to the woman

at the post office he won't be long fixing your damaged

sign miss my mates just gone for a p

now if you notice there the word p can also mean going to the toilet

for a wee wee so in this particular joke we are using the word p

to mean the letter p which he is going to put on the sign but also

it can mean going to the toilet so the woman is quite surprised because

the man has said he'll be back in a minute he's just gone

for a p but really he's gone to get

a letter p so he can put it on the sign above the shop

so that's one of the that that's a typical british

joke very very typical going for a p if you go for a p it means well perhaps

you have gone to collect the letter p maybe you have to fetch the letter p

maybe you are going to put the p on the sign

above the shop however you can also say that you've gone for a pee if you go to

the toilet for a wee-wee so that's why that joke

works so well it works well because there are two ways of

describing this you can say that this is a p

this is the letter p but also you might need

to go for a p oh excuse me i have to go for a p

i'll be back in a moment

there i've got it so that's how the humour works

that is how the humour works british humour

involves many different things we can also have another type of humour

we can say broad humour broad humour

so today we are talking about british humour

for a few moments and then we have we have the sentence game coming up as well

don't forget the sentence game is coming and guess what

today we are using the letter p you see so now you know why i've i've

chosen this letter today that's why you see

isn't p a bad word well it can be but to be honest with you nowadays p

when you go to the toilet you might say i'm going for a pee

pee or i'm going for a poop they're not really offensive words

there are worse words much worse so you see those words are quite tame

so that i don't think they're really they're not offensive they're not

offensive words for goodness sake

thanks for your company today yes i am with you until

well for another 55 50 53 minutes i will be with you

for another 53 minutes so don't worry don't worry

it's all right broad humour when we talk about broad humour what we

are actually saying is humour that will appeal to many people

broad humour so maybe things that are silly or foolish

daft comedic maybe a clown so if you see a clown at the circus

their humour is very broad it will appeal to many people

for example and a lot of people have been asking already today

they've been asking mr duncan what about mr bean

well mr bean is a very good example of broad

humour broad his humour is silly it's nonsensical it is daft

childish so broad humour will normally appeal to many people many

different people will find broad humor

funny so that's why we say broad humour it is it means that many people will

find it funny and of course mr bean very popular

very famous all around the world in many countries mr bean he is very

popular so i think it's fair to describe mr bean

as broad humour very silly very

very very daft daft silly childish

some people say that i am a little bit childish

daft silly i don't know what they mean to be honest i don't know what they mean

belarusia says i adore mr bean very much yes british humour

a lot of people think of mr bean when they think

of british humour it's silly it's nonsensical however did you know

that mr bean is not original in fact rowan

atkinson borrowed mr bean from a famous french comedian called

jacques tati so if you ever watch some of the movies

by jacques tati you will see there are some

similarities between him and mr bean and that is

because he is an influence you see he is an

influence jacques tati actually influenced

and helped rowan atkinson create mr bean very similar the humour is

visual visual so a lot of the humor is done

through actions through doing things and of course you might also say that

jacques tati was influenced by charlie chaplin

so you might say charlie chaplin influenced

jacques tati and then jacques tati influenced rowan atkinson who then

created mr bean yes oh luis mendes agrees

yes mr bean was copied he copied a lot of things from french

comedian jacques tati by the way i like zhatti i love his

humor very silly sometimes a little bit surreal

as well but he was always the perfect gentleman

walking in his very long mac his hat and he always had a pipe in his mouth

and he carried quite often carried an umbrella as well

he always had his umbrella nearby if you've never seen

jacques tati i suggest you watch some of his movies

they are very funny very funny

monsieur hulot's vacation is very funny in fact

mr bean made a very similar remake of monsieur hulot's

vacation i'm sure i'm pronouncing that wrong for which i apologize

so even rowan atkinson used one of jacques tati's movies

to create a movie of his own so mr bean's holiday

is actually based on one of jacques tati's

movies i would highly suggest that you watch

something he's very funny

broad humor mr bean hello hello my name is mr bean oh hello

hello bro hello hello well mr moon

he didn't speak very often but when mr bean did speak he had a very strange

voice very strange

finally

this is my favorite whenever we think of british

humor guess what we think of well you might think of mr bean you

might think of benny hill you might also think

of drag

drag have you heard of this word nowadays this word is being used quite a

lot men who impersonate women

normally in performances or in a show however drag

has been around for a very long time in british humor

in fact it is still around now with characters like mrs brown

so mrs brown i'm sorry why is that making me laugh i think it's

because mrs brown has a giant banana in her hand

so mrs brown is a very popular tv character but it's actually a man

you see so that is a man pretending to be an old lady so drag is something

that is a very big part of british humor

monty python as well we talked about monty python earlier

a lot of their humor involved them dressing up as women

so i i don't know why i don't know why but a lot a lot of british humor

does involve men dressing up as women and there are many examples

of that many examples for example we also have this couple

you see very popular during the 1980s les dawson and an actor called roy

baraclef and they were very famous comedians in

the 1980s and 1970s and they would often dress up

as women that is sissy sissy and ada sissy and ada

and they would often talk about their husbands

and they would do it in a very humorous way so these two comedians are men

dressed as women quite often british humor please don't

ask me why please don't ask me why but

we do it a lot we really do we dress up in women's clothes well i don't

i've never actually i've just realized i have

never dressed up in women's clothes ever i wish i could say the same thing about

mr steve

i wonder mrs doubtfire oh well done yes we have mrs

doubtfire yes robin williams famously played

mrs doubtfire when he was trying to keep in touch with his children very

famous movie sadly no longer with us

ah i always feel a little bit of pain when i think of that i always feel

a slight pang of pain when i think of robin williams and the

fact that he's no longer with us and in fact next month the day before my

birthday is actually the anniversary of his death

the 11th of august very sad

we also have oh one of my all-time favorites

two men who pretended to be women

hinge and bracket does anyone know hinge and bracket very famous

very famous a comedy act with two men and they were very

sophisticated ladies and they used to sing they used to sing

operettas one of them would play the piano very

well and the other one would sing in a wonderful falsetto voice

an amazing voice in fact when you think that these are actually men

they were brilliant singers and they actually sang

like women they were female impersonators

and they were very popular in the 1970s and once again

in the 1980s so you might think that this

type of humor is old-fashioned however as i said earlier we still have mrs

brown so mrs brown is very popular

in fact i i'm going to tell you now this character

is the most popular comedy character on television at the moment

in the uk the most popular normally at christmas

normally at christmas this character mrs brown

is the most viewed person on television at christmas for the past

four or five years and every year mrs brown always gets the most viewers

at christmas time because people love watching men

dress up as women i don't know why but it is very much a part of british

humor it really is

and i think that's it that is it i i don't think we have

anything else to talk about when we talk about british humor

i think i've covered it quite well to be honest so what about you

when you think of british humor is there something that you think of

maybe benny hill maybe mr bean maybe something i haven't mentioned

maybe there is something that you know perhaps ricky your face ricky

is british and his humor relies a lot on situations where

people are embarrassed or things are awkward

or things are difficult or people are are mean and nasty to each other

jade says i like those two ladies do you mean hinging bracket hinge and

bracket i love their comedy in fact i have

i have the whole dvd set i have all of hinge and bracket

on dvd and i think it's very funny so maybe something that can be

associated quite often with british humor is men

dressing up as women

does it happen in your country harold hello harold ms harold says little

britain little britain yes a lot of people know

the humor of david walliams and also

i can't remember his name i can see him his head is like a giant egg

isn't it strange how names disappear from your head sometimes

i can't remember his name unicarina wow i like your list

of british humor i always think of monty python

hugh laurie of course hugh laurie was a huge star here in the uk

during the 1980s and of course many people now know him

as dr house dr house but he doesn't really have an american

accent a lot of people think he's american but he isn't he's british

he has a british accent also rick male oh rick male oh

once again another very funny person who sadly died i think about four years ago

he died yes very sad i don't know why it always

seems very sad when a comedian dies there is something very

tragic about it because they they bring so much

humor into your life and then when they pass

away it seems it seems very tragic i don't

know why very shakespearean very shakespearean

alas poor yorick i knew him well

there is a very traditional theater company which constructed

by which is constructed by all the male actors in my country

but it isn't related to comedy so are they men who dress as women

eunuch arena says what about jennifer saunders yes another very funny lady

jennifer saunders gemini says please don't forget steve and fry

i mentioned stephen fry earlier because of his dry

humor i think he has very dry humor stephen fry

yes it's very sad i always feel sad it's really disheartening

says nessar i think you're right it's always very sad when a

when a comedian dies a funny person a person who spends all of their life

making you laugh and then they pass away and sometimes in

very tragic circumstances for example robin williams

i think many people were really shocked horrified

when they heard the news i think so me included

we have something a little bit more light-hearted

to look at we have something a little bit more

fun to look at instead of talking about comedians

who have died we are going to do something a little

better than that we're going to talk about something slightly brighter

jade says peter sellers ah yes of course and

can you believe it today is the 40th anniversary of the death

of peter sellers i didn't plan that by the way

it just it's just coincidence so today is the 40th anniversary of the

death of peter sellers very funny very funny guy he could do

so many voices so many characters of course

very famous for playing jacques

inspector cluso inspector crusoe

do you have a license for this minky do you have a license for this

minky do you have a room i love the pink panther movies very

much and peter sellers once again oh oh what pain what pain when i think

about all these wonderful talented comedians

passing away really really sad oh george and mildred

george and mildred zuzika you know george and mildred very funny

i love that program once again a comedy show

from the 1970s 1970s

yes peter sellers no longer with us robin williams no longer with us

rick male no longer with us very sad beatrice says

i like the dead poet society an excellent film

i agree with you i agree with you seize the day

a very deep and very meaningful film and also quite poignant as well a very

poignant film it brings about a lot of

emotion i think so charlie chaplin says adrian well of

course yes charlie chaplin british a british

comedian maybe one of the most famous movie stars

certainly from the early days of cinema with silent movies we often think of

charlie chaplin also laurelyn hardy so stan laurel was also british he was

british not many people know that a lot of

people forget that stan laurel from laurel and hardy was

actually british

yacia says i think british humor is very funny

are we ready to play the sentence game asks

twan you win we are we are going to play the sentence game in a few moments

don't worry hang on it's coming we are looking at

we're looking at the letter p today in the sentence game

i was going to say something then but it was a little bit rude

thank you very much for joining in we were talking about british humor

today i thought it was an interesting subject

something different when we think about humor british humor

there are always things that we think about always things that we refer to

so quite often sarcasm maybe toilet humor

sex of course is used a lot in british humor it is

and also being silly being surreal being slightly crazy

thank you very much for that and i hope you've enjoyed getting

involved there oh unicarina has george and mildred

on dvd brilliant and of course one comedy show that i

want to mention mind your language as well that is also

a british comedy series very funny i like mind

your language

okay let's play the sentence game are you ready we are we are now going to do

something a little bit different we are going to change gear as we say

we are going to move at a slightly different pace

for the final half an hour of today's english addict we are going to play

the sentence game are you ready to play the sentence game

and today we are using this letter the letter p

yes we have the sentence game now

don't forget to turn your echo off sorry about that earlier

i was playing around with my echo and i forgot to turn it off

i apologize for anyone wearing headphones

or anyone who had the volume in their headphones turned up very loud

i do apologize it won't happen again

i've just been for a pee

i never get tired of that you know i will always laugh

every time i hear anyone say that i will always laugh

i've just been for a pee

it's time to play the sentence game here we go you are going to see some

sentences

and what you have to do is tell me what the missing words are

and of course i do give you some clues you have some clues

the clue first of all is that they all begin with the letter p

p for patience p

for peep

p today's sentence game involves all of those

words oh i see okay then fine

okay can't be bad here we go the sentence game is up and

running without any more hesitation let's get

through these all you have to do is give me

the missing words they all begin with the letter p and here is the first

one right now are you ready to play

oh they spend so much time together they are something married

they spend so much time together they are something married

but what is it what is it what is it the missing word

begins with p and it has eleven letters eleven

they spend so much time together they are something married

something married hmm i'm not sure if this is a hard one or an

easy one

that was almost a double entendre

which what do you prefer an easy one or a hard one

every time i prefer a hard one they spend so much time together they

are something married something married

but what is the answer i will give you a few more seconds to

put your answer up on the screen

we are looking for a word beginning with p

and 11 letters

we are getting oh we are getting some correct

answers coming through yay we have some correct answers coming

through it is a hard one yes

as the actress said to the bishop

what

thank you very much for your answers your guesses

five more seconds

come on mr cockrell

where are you

i think my cock has fallen asleep

there you are you've woken up

the answer is to our first sentence game for today they spend so much time

together they are something married oh we have quite a few

correct answers some of them are funny by the way

painfully

painfully now i think that is after you get married

i think the pain comes after you get married

not before

there is a funny joke a couple are talking about their their marriage

and a friend asks how long have you been

married for and they say 25 years and the other

person replies wow you don't even get that for murder

even if you murder someone you don't go to prison for 25 years

yes okay moving on mr duncan if you don't mind can we please have the answer

what is it the answer is practically they spend so much time

together they are practically married

practically almost they might as well be married in any other sense

they are married they spend so much time together they are practically

married even though they're not so it is almost

as if it is as if they are married it is like they are married practically

belarusia is going see you later belarusia i hope you are okay

and i will see you well on sunday of course we are back on sunday mr steve

will be here on sunday as well don't forget

he will be here on sunday

thank you very much for your lovely messages today

this has been a bit different i i've never seen anyone talk about british

humor before so i thought today it would be interesting to talk about

british humor and that is what we've done

that is what we've been doing meanwhile right now

we are talking about the sentence game here is

the second one are you ready here it comes right now

oh okay then again another interesting word

the missing word begins with p

i need p i really do need a p oh there it is

you see how easy it is it's very easy sometimes to make jokes especially

dirty jokes i don't know why but if you make rude jokes for some reason

i don't know why but it always seems easier to make

rude jokes

they spend so much time together they are practically married

yes that was the answer to the previous one he

has uh something for old furniture he has a

something for old furniture and we are looking for an

eight-letter word an eight-letter word

passion has seven letters we are looking for eight

eight letters

hello doctor khan hambu hello dr kun hambu i've never seen you here

before dr khan hambu kun hambu

kanan nice to see you here today is it your first time

i don't recognize your name is it your first time

welcome if it is you are very welcome to join in thank

you very much for your guess interesting we don't have

anyone giving the right answer at the moment no one ah

no one at all i thought maybe lewis i thought maybe lewis

would get it right luis mendes

see there is a clue i'm actually giving a clue there you see

yes i love the way something can be rude in some societies but not

rude in others says unicarina

that is a very good point and that is one of the reasons why

certain types of humor do not transfer very well into other cultures so

something that is funny to one person or one culture might not be funny

to another because the humor does not transfer very well so yes you

have to be careful sometimes when you are telling a joke because the

joke might not be funny at all to the person you are telling it to

you're right

andresa hello andreza have you eaten any ladyfingers

you see that might be a double entendre i i really i really want to put some

ladyfingers in my mouth

what mr duncan what did you just say i really want to put some ladyfingers in

my mouth

ladyfingers you know what i'm talking about i'm not being rude

or suggestive nothing like that

he has a something for old furniture but what eight

letters

eight letters i haven't got any correct answers i can't believe

it i can't believe it that's amazing

come on mr cockerell i need you i need you now

can i just say sometimes i love you so much i love you

absolutely love you

thank you nessa

that was good yes thank you nessa there is no answer to that nessa

oh dear that was good that was good that was very good

uh he has a what nessar that was very funny what you just

said that really did make me laugh

oh dear the answer is bing ponchon

ah you have a poishant for something it means you have a liking for something

you are keen on that particular thing you have a liking for something a

certain type of thing you have a very strong interest

in something you like to go around the shops and look

for old furniture to buy you have a ponchon

it is a french word ponshot it means you like it

you have a strong desire for that thing you have an interest liking preference

you want that thing you have a keen interest in that thing

yes it's it's a real word trust me i have a feeling i have a feeling i'm

going to be accused of making up words no this is a real

word honestly ask louis louis mendes will tell you

you have a liking for something here's another one i want to squeeze in

another one you see it's very easy to do

i want to squeeze another one in

oh british humor we love it so much

it is a new word yes it is how often does a native speaker use this word

they do you might be surprised there are many words

from other languages that are directly used

in english you have a point shop for something

you do trust me it is used i know you don't you don't believe me i

know but it is used yes it is

he has a ponchon for old furniture here's another one

i want to i want to squeeze this in now do you mind if i squeeze it in

what oh here's a good one i like this one if you

want that new toy you will need to something your parents

and it isn't murder

if you if you want that new toy you will need to

something your parents

ah not rob no not rob

not beat no it isn't beat it's not beat up

if you want that new toy you will need to something your parents

but what oh dear i'm still thinking of that other

comment i'm still thinking of the comment

from earlier

oh dear punish punish says valentin well we are looking

for something beginning with

p i have pee all over my face

what

oh dear don't worry i'm going in 14 minutes i will be gone

in 14 minutes don't worry you don't have to put it with this

much longer oh

dear if you want that new toy you will need

to something your parents six letters beginning with p not punch

persuade oh that's a good one persuade i like that one yes

if you want if you want that new toy you will need to

persuade your parents that is a good word unfortunately

it has more than six letters more than six letters so what is the

answer we are coming towards ten minutes

away from the end of today's live stream but don't worry i will be

back with you on sunday tomorrow i'm not with you no mr duncan

tomorrow because it's saturday and i like to have it off on saturday

i always like to have it off plague

if you want that new toy you will need to plague your parents

please oh that's actually quite a good one yes

if you want that new toy you will need to please

your parents yes you need to do something nice for your parents and then

maybe they will buy you some nice new toy i think so

five more seconds and then i will give you the answer

mr cockrell is standing by

very nice

if you if you want that new toy you will need

to something your parents

i think we've only had one correct answer

i'm just looking at the answers i think i only have

one correct answer and that was gemini

well then gemini you got the answer right but

not many nobody else did i didn't see anyone else with the correct answer

the correct answer is it's coming right now

on your screen pester pester you pester if you want that new

toy you will need to pester your parents

pester bother you always ask the same question you keep

disturbing your parents you bother them mom mom i want that new

toy dad dad i want that new toy

mom mom can i have that new toy please dad dad i want that new toy

mom mom i want that new toy the child will pester their parents

pester pester it's a great word by the way

to be annoying you interrupt someone you get in the way you are you are always

asking for something always asking you pester that person great word by the

way pester you annoy bother

you always ask the same things you always get in the way you are always

asking for something gemini says i don't like such a child

me too me too

here's another one we've got time for maybe two

or maybe three more before i go yes i will be going soon

another one another sentence game coming up right now

oh i think this is easy so i think this is an easy one

this is an easy one i will not be at work today

as i feel too what i feel too

what what do you feel i will not be at work today

as i feel too

what

what pester it is a new word for me says nessa

nessa alam thank you very much i like to show new words sometimes

they are words that you've never seen before which is great

so we are here to listen to english we are also here to learn

new words and have a bit of fun at the same time

anna pika says mr duncan i always pestered you

when i wanted you to dance to the jazz in paris do you remember

yes you were asking me quite a lot when i was outside

during lockdown do you remember yes i remember very much

we are getting some answers coming through

thank you very much now i think this is easy so

we're looking for six letters i will not be at work today

as i feel to what

two

m serve hello m serve that's a very good answer brother

that's a very good answer

you are brilliant today can i just say how brilliant

you are all of you you have really made me laugh a lot

today

and i hope i have done the same thing as well

uh tomic

this is a very silly live stream today very silly

atomic says pooped well pooped pooped is good because it can mean tired

so actually that's quite good that's quite good

and it also has six letters as well so it could be pooped

in english we can say pooped to mean tied out

if you are if you are exhausted or tired you can say that you feel

pooped i am pooped

it also has other words other meanings as well other meanings

sadly that is not the word i'm looking for i'm looking for another word

i will not be at work today as i feel too

what my cock is ready you're looking very

clean today very clean very clean

what ah here's the answer right now

thank you mr cockerell

oh dear

what can you say what can you say at the end of the day

i will not be at work today as i feel too

poorly poorly or poorly so some people don't pronounce

this some people pronounce this word is

poorly poorly or poorly so i often pronounce it as

poorly but some people might say poorly poorly

and that is it poorly or poorly i will not be at work today as i

feel too poorly or poorly weak

you feel weak exhausted unwell sick i don't feel very well i feel

poorly i feel unwell i don't feel well i can't go to work

today i feel too poorly too

poorly poorly poorly it does look like a it does look

like an adverb in fact you might find that

it is actually derived from that so something that is done poorly

so if you do something poorly it is done in a bad way or without any effort

but of course as i just said poorly can also refer

directly to feeling weak ill or unwell

giuseppe says i guest for the first time well done giuseppe congratulations

i know you won't always get them right you don't always get them right

but i guarantee that you will learn some new words today you will

definitely okay i think we have time for one more we are really

really running out of time

i can't believe how how fast the time has gone today

here's the final one the final sentence game

for today this is the final one oh okay then interesting i don't know

where we are going with this where are we going with this

interesting his something no longer existed so he was offered

a new something in accounts so i think this is work related this is

related to work i think so i think this is

definitely related to work i think so

here's something no longer existed so he was offered a new something

in accounts so maybe there are many departments

in the place where you work many departments

his something no longer existed so he was offered a new something

in accounts and don't forget we are looking

for p p

hmm p p p

we are looking for two words beginning with p

eight and four eight and four eight letters four letters

and this is the final the final sentence game today

because we only have a couple of minutes left

and then i have to leave you unfortunately i know it's terrible i

know it's not fair and you won't see me until sunday so i

won't be with you tomorrow as you know i always have sunday off

i will be off tomorrow

his something no longer existed so he was offered a new something

in accounts oh my goodness

oh so funny

mr duncan your laugh is so contagious please laugh

one more time your laugh made me laugh as well

is it like that that was my fake laugh by the way my fake laugh

a lot of people have got this one right oh

my cock cannot wait to say hello

and of course goodbye soon as well goodbye soon we have to go

soon it's not very nice is it it's not fair

a lot of people got this correct well done you are all superstars you are now

officially english addict superstars all of you

position and post his position no longer existed

so he was offered a new post in accounts so these words

are almost synonyms position and post so we are using two words

that mean the same thing however we are using them in the same sentence

so we are using different words because we don't want to repeat the

words so you would not say his position no

longer existed so he was offered a new position in

accounts you often find another word to use an

alternative word his position no longer existed so he was offered a

new post in accounts your position

your post is the area or the section where you work or or what your

responsibility is your responsibility and that

was today's final sentence game i can't believe how fast

today's stream has gone bye bye sentence game

and also i have to say goodbye to my p as well bye bye p

bye bye i hope you've enjoyed today's lesson we haven't got time

to show you the new strange english words

we will do that maybe on sunday we will do that

thank you very much for your company i love the sentence game

thanks for today enjoy your saturday mr duncan and give my best

to mr steve thank you very much yes i will say hello to steve

it is very strange that steve and myself we have been doing the same thing this

afternoon steve has been giving a live seminar

to to a large audience and i've been here

doing this for you although i have a feeling the thing that steve was doing

was more sensible so i think steve was being much more

sensible than i was i think so as usual

time flies with you thank you very much see you on sunday don't forget you

can catch me every sunday wednesday friday 2 p.m uk

time is when i am with you that is when you can see me

very interesting thank you sheriff i hope you've enjoyed this

something different

mserve says that was the first correct guess

for me well done super duper talking of which if you want to give me

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thank you mr duncan have a great weekend i am going to have

a rest tomorrow a little rest a little bit of relaxation yes that is

what i'm doing tomorrow i will see you tomorrow take care

everyone it's been a good one i've enjoyed it

thank you very much for all of your lovely comments

i will give you a few moments to say goodbye to each other

as well as i always do i always like to give you a few moments

so you can all say goodbye to each other on the live chat as well

take care enjoy the rest of your friday have a super saturday

and i will see you on sunday at 2 p.m uk time

this is mr duncan for the final time saying

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