From a story about Michael McIntyre being HATED by envious lefties: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/artic ... omics.html
Anyone can swear - trust me, I know from years of teaching. My father (who fought at Dunkirk & then Burma) used to say a foul mouth was the sign of a limited vocabulary. Swearing isn't clever or funny - it's boring, purile and shows a considerable lack of both talent and invention on the part of the person swearing. I like McIntyre because he is amusing, his comedy is subtle rather than slap in the face (those who dislike him are probably too thick to 'get it') and foul language doesn't get in the way of the humour. These people are jealous simply because they are talentless twerps - it's just a shame that what they regard as humourous doesn't happen to them...trust me, THEN I'd find it funny!
- Kate, Cardiff, 19/7/2011 3:01
Kate's Dad's opinion is simply worth more than other people's, what with him having being in the forces. As we all know, there is no bad language in the army, navy and air force. None.
The article is the usual Jan Moir bibble, projecting her own failings onto bogeymen. Especially liked this quote, which was held up as evidence of St. Michael's persecution:
Stewart Lee described McIntyre as someone ‘spoon-feeding his audience warm diarrhoea’
Thanks Jan, Stewart Lee has one more fan. McIntyre remains a tedious little fucker.