Performance: Gaudete

This is a video of my livestream (Periscope) broadcast of Gaudete, the 16th century Christmas carol which was a hit for Steeleye Span in 1973.

You can follow my live broadcasts by downloading the Periscope app and using the Search function or by visiting my page on your desktop at

http://www.pscp.tv/reynardo223

 

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One liners from this year’s Edinburgh Fringe

The top fifteen funniest jokes from the Edinburgh Fringe:

1. “I’m not a fan of the new pound coin, but then again, I hate all change”
Ken Cheng

2. “Trump’s nothing like Hitler. There’s no way he could write a book” –
Frankie Boyle

3. “I’ve given up asking rhetorical questions. What’s the point?” – Alexei
Sayle

4. “I’m looking for the girl next door type. I’m just gonna keep moving
house till I find her” – Lew Fitz

5. “I like to imagine the guy who invented the umbrella was going to call it the ‘brella’. But he hesitated” – Andy Field

6. “Combine Harvesters. And you’ll have a really big restaurant” – Mark
Simmons

7. “I’m rubbish with names. It’s not my fault, it’s a condition. There’s a
name for it …” – Jimeoin

8. “I have two boys, 5 and 6. We’re no good at naming things in our house” –
Ed Byrne

9. “I wasn’t particularly close to my dad before he died … which was lucky,
because he trod on a land mine” – Olaf Falafel

10. “Whenever someone says, ‘I don’t believe in coincidences.’ I say, ‘Oh my
God, me neither!”‘ – Alasdair Beckett-King

11. “A friend tricked me into going to Wimbledon by telling me it was a
men’s singles event” – Angela Barnes

12. “As a vegan, I think people who sell meat are disgusting; but apparently
people who sell fruit and veg are grocer” – Adele Cliff

13. “For me dying is a lot like going camping. I don’t want to do it” – Phil
Wang

14. “I wonder how many chameleons snuck onto the Ark” – Adam Hess

 

 

Credit: Drew Forrest of Key Financial Strategies LLP via Mike Sell at Total Media

Image credit: The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society

 

 

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