*We do love that lovely Stephen Fry around here, don’t we?
Nice post Sweet Pea. Funny too.
Thanks! I love these typography-plus-Stephan-Fry shorts. They’ve got heart and pluck, I think.
They do – – – they do!
Almost like Monty Python with writers instead of actors.
(Or something or other)
Indescribable – – – yes, that is what it is, indescribable yet plucky. You thunk correctly.
There are more of them out there, but none as dear and as funny as the two Stephen Fry ones. I haven’t looked typography pieces lately— I really should look around!
I love this man. I’ve seen many of his movies and we watch his tv quiz show – QI – religiously. Wry, dry and WITTY!
I adore him. I didn’t know how much I adored him until I watched the series “Stephen Fry in America.” He is so gracious and insightful. And, as you said, “wry, dry and witty!”
Oh yes! I watched that series too. He seems to have a knack of getting the best out of people, even those he might not agree with. If Stephen Fry were Australian I’d vote him in as PM. 😀
YES. I love his trustworthiness. I just love it!
Trustworthiness ranks really high in my book!
QI is the only program worth watching in the Australian TV schedules, even the really really old episodes
What’s QI? Tell me, quick! Netflix (in the US) is finally starting to get a bit of Australian programming. Most of it “classic” television, but still— I’m very excited about this!
Stands for ‘Quite Interesting’ and often is mainly an urban myth busting-fest hosted by Stephen Fry, guested usually by comedians, often goes off on a tangent, very, very funny – convulted point system means answering with an urban myth guarantees losing about twenty points…..best go to Youtube to get a flavour for it – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2yuqYMQXkc
very British type humour (or in this clip Scottish) !
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