Monday, 15 December 2008

Hosks Half Hour - Episode 56 - Adding the Ho into Chav Nativity plays this xmas

Welcome to another Christmas episode of the comedy podcast Hosks Half Hour. This episode features a live performance of the Chav Nativity play you might have read in the papers, outrage at how they could get poor school children to talk like Chav's.

in this weeks funny podcast we have lots of other Christmas humour which is listed below

download or listen to this episode here or click play in the video below

Christmas Standup
Jesus is overated
The Chav Nativity play

Christmas Stories
terrible gifts
horrible santa decoration
ipod brats

Christmas Jokes
Guide book joke
snowmen and vampires
where do snowmen dnce

Christmas News
Schools ban raisins
brownies banned from carol service
mother complains about quality of free gifts

old man - kids don't know how lucky they are

Ho Ho Fucking Ho by Kevin Bloody Wilson - check him out very funny
two front teeth xmas song

if you aren't in the mood for Christmas or you just want to listen to more Hosks Half Hour why not try this link to an old episode - Hosks Half Hour - Episode 26 - What use is a merkin?

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