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An adult panto that does at times shock due to its un-PC nature and particularly because of the audience shots showing more people than expected finding the proceedings apparently hilarious. Worth watching if only to sit shaking your head in disbelief through some of the most shockingly bad dialogue in a comedy ever. You can pick up a VHS at most car boot sales for about £3.
As a final endorsement, the video makes a superb platform for drinking games linked with a number of different parts of the 'humour'- you'd have to see it to believe it. Then probably would be well served to smash the video.
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