Martin Parkers Dry sense of Humour?





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    Default Martin Parkers Dry sense of Humour?

    Been watching a lot of Create and Craft from around Christmas.

    And have noticed now dry Martyn is and he's sense of humour.

    Last Night he was trying to humour us about how long it was until the nights start to get dark again, come the middle of Jiune, and he seemed excited in a humourus way about it.

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    Did he drop in any double entendres?

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    Parker is one of the few presenters I enjoy watching - he is very dry but that's such a welcome relief from the over-the-top shrieking of the rest of them.

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    He's just a very rude man. His envy of Hochanda's success is most noticeable with his snide remarks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helena View Post
    He's just a very rude man. His envy of Hochanda's success is most noticeable with his snide remarks.
    The the dry sense of humour - not him being rude.

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    You surprise me.
    As soon as the tatty hunkydory tonic repetition gives space for new, original companies to show there is more to craft than dies dies and stick and matt they'll never be as successful as the 'other side'


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