This is because it reminds people of Buddhist funerals, as chopsticks are used to pick out the deceased's bones out of the ashes and place them in an urn. However, in 1908, for unknown reasons his penis and belly button were merged together, making his penis seven feet longer. Extended version of the comedy quiz show full of quirky facts in which contestants are rewarded more if their answers are 'quite interesting' On iPlayer. Series R returning soon Series Q, Episode 5 is repeated on Dave today at 9pm. -, XL Tangent: Aisling comments on Irish words like "feck", "Jaysus" and "shite", which sound rude to the English but are an equivalent of "fudge". ", Alan: [Female voice] "You flipping scoundrel!". Originally his penis was just 16ft long, which when taking things into scale is about average for a man. It featured John Barrowman, Aisling Bea and Phill Jupitus as guests, with John winning the show. 2/11 Sandi takes a look at ruffs and red things with Tom Allen, Susan Calman and Zoe Lyons. As usual, correctness and even intelligence go out of the window in this quiz, in which the questions are so difficult points are awarded for the answers its questionmaster finds most interesting, Guests Matt Lucas, Jerry Springer and Cariad Lloyd join regular panellist Alan Davies and host Sandi Toksvig to contemplate the theme 'noodles' in this extended episode. Phill states that it's past the 9pm watershed and they're allowed to say f***. The process is called Coordinated Universal Time, and it is used throughout the world, except in Denmark, where the laws were never updated. https://www.radiotimes.com/tv-programme/e/mccwjy/qi--s18-e1-rude/, https://qi.fandom.com/wiki/Rude?oldid=4496. Does it really make that much of a difference if its 30 vs 45 minutes. Sandi gets railroaded with Alan Davies, Aisling Bea, Cally Beaton and Holly Walsh. Thus in the summer an hour could be 75 minutes long and in the winter just 45 minutes. - Tangent: Coordinated Universal Time's acronym is UTC, because in French the phrase would be "temps universel coordonne" or TUC, and because they couldn't agree on either CUT or TUC, they went with UTC as a compromise. Sandi talks rubbish with Alan Davies, Bridget Christie, Johnny Vegas and Holly Walsh. - The panel are asked to name something so rude that you cannot say it on a BBC comedy show. John says that they must write for permission to use it and Sandi confirms this. Joining regular panellist Alan Davies are Pointless co-host Richard Osman and stand-ups Lucy Porter and Phill Jupitus, who are all hoping they don't fall into the QI elves' traps and set off the klaxon, Extended edition. It conceded that, "references to Noah were sometimes permissible", but added that: "Since there is seldom anything to be gained by them, and since they can engender much resentment, they are best avoided altogether." Additional content and tools are available across the site for Supporters and BCG Pro subscribers. - Tangent: The world record for catching the most shuttlecocks with chopsticks is 54 in a minute. XL Tangent: The Romans used 60 seconds in a minute, but they did not use 60 minutes for an hour. 5/11 Sandi talks rubbish with Alan Davies, Bridget Christie, Johnny Vegas and Holly Walsh. Sandi Toksvig and Alan Davies are joined by John Barrowman, Aisling Bea and Phill Jupitus for a rather rude edition of the quite interesting panel show. A study of 2,400 American drivers found that motorists who carry guns are more likely to be prone to road rage. (Forfeit: Clitoris), - The country's whose national poem begins with the words: "O Lithuania", is Poland. Question master Stephen Fry continues the comedy quiz's exploration of subjects beginning with the letter L as he asks a range of fiendish questions on the multisized worlds of the little and the large. For this joke, Miller was banned by the BBC for five years. The rudest thing is passing food with your own chopsticks to another person's chopsticks. - Tangent: The reason we have 60 second and 60 minutes is because the number 60 can be divided by 12 other numbers. Thus, the line in. Strokes do not affect your sense of smell. It helps babies learn how to manoeuvre their jaw, lips, tongue etc. Hier sollte eine Beschreibung angezeigt werden, diese Seite lässt dies jedoch nicht zu. In 1817, Lord Byron wrote to a friend that he had just had a row with a man in a carriage who had shouted at him and frightened and his. - XL: The most mature people blow raspberries because it is an important part of a baby's language development. (Forfeit: Having a stroke), - XL: You should not flash in an art gallery because the photo will be poor and it will annoy other people. Byron kept a pet bear at university. She asked why a man would need to know that 28 days have passed, when a woman would need to know for medical reasons. Aisling: [Male voice] "Shove it up your a***! - XL Tangent: You should not be rude to your doctor because there is an increased likelihood of them doing something wrong. Among the topics discussed are the aquatic equivalent of a sheepdog, why ice is slippery, and how big Dumbo's ears would have to be in order to fly. - The panel are drawings of five faces, each time the faces becoming more anxious looking, and are asked what comes next. As usual, the questions are so difficult points are instead awarded for the answers the host finds most interesting as opposed to correct, Extended edition of the quiz as Sandi Toksvig indulges in a bit of 'Quaffing' and 'Scoffing', inviting Jo Brand, Phill Jupitus and Prue Leith to join regular panellist Alan Davies to face her fiendish posers. XL Tangent: Alan starts humming the theme to the film Chariots of Fire.
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