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Athletico Mince

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Description

Bob Mortimer and Andy Dawson's podcast - brass hands, blue drink and more. It's not really about football, d'you know what I mean?

Customer Reviews

Comedy gold.

If you know anything about Bob Mortimer it's not brain surgery to subscribe. The master of whimsical tom foolery with laugh out loud moments in each pod. Brilliant double act. If you are looking for silly english hallucinogens comedy subscribe. Mortimer is a comedy God. All praise.

I am miserable without you.

There aren't many things in my life that make me happy. This podcast is one of the only things that keeps me from building a giant catapult to fire me out into the sea, never to been seen or heard from again. Finally, I feel like there is a place in the world that I won't be judged for the patina built up on my brass hand. Thanks for making me feel slightly less alone. -Christopher in Montana USA

One of Bob's slaves chimes in...

Athletico Mince has become a highlight of my week, but I hope and pray for two things. 1. Bob must establish his Memory Man credentials EVERY EPISODE without fail, and 2. Please increase your discussion of football from your usual 8% to about 15%, even if all you talk about is Boro and Sunderland. Cheers!

Athletico Mince
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  • Category: Comedy
  • Language: English

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