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More #TweetsNowtOnTV and this time Jimbo (@JimboStudios) and (@CFishTank) spent their 14o characters tweeting all about luxuries!

Jimbo @JimboStudios

Limo – I could just afford one of these, but it was a stretch

Spa Day – I once went for a spa day. I bought a newspaper, a packet of chocolate fingers and a lottery ticket

Champagne – the England football team don’t drink much of this

The Ritz – is really expensive for a cracker biscuit

Holiday Home – lots of celebrities have these but Jimmy Savile had a camper van, he said it helped him feel young

Fur Coat – Animal rights campaigners don’t like these. I think it’s because they are too expensive

Motorboat – I was offered a cheap one these because the motor was broken, it’s on sale now

Limousine – My girlfriend has asked for one of these, I can probably just afford one but it will be a stretch

Super King Sized Bed – sounds like a huge bed but actually it’s only the size of a cigarette packet

Gold Filling – I once wrote to Jim’ll fix it asking for these, kind of regret it now

Swimming Pool – having one of these is a luxury..unless your Michael Barrymore

En-Suite – I want a house with one these but they are quite expensive. I will look for one that’s bog standard

Heated Toilet Seat – I really want one of these, they are shit hot

Fisher @CFishTank

Las Vegas Strip – a place in the USA…or what Prince Harry did

Travelling first class – is an upmarket thing to do – although I’d say travelling via post is a cheap thing to do

Burberry – they used to have a really luxury brand – but their recent history has been quite checkered.

Selfridges – this luxury department store has recently diversified its product range – they now sell freezers as well

Upmarket tailored suits – you can buy these from London’s Savile Row – although this road may now have to be renamed…

A Tag Heuer watch: I lost mine – I was going to look for it, but I didn’t have the time…

The Las Vegas Strip – is home to many upmarket large hotels… and is what Prince Harry did

Armani – Silvio Berlusconi has a pair of these Italian jeans – you can find them on the floor of a woman’s bedroom

Canapé – is what you call it when a Scottish person can’t afford something…

Dyson ball cleaner – a lad who I know got confused about the proper use of this – she regrets that mistake now…

Chanel No. 5 – make high quality perfume – but the television programmes they show are awful

Extra thick toilet paper – some people think it’s important – although I don’t have a roll for it in my bathroom…

Offshore bank accounts – these are held by numerous wealthy people – and the dogs of football managers…

The American Express Black Card – is a credit card for wealthy people, like footballers – but John Terry hates them…

Being driven by a chauffeur: is a great luxury – as long as he isn’t drunk and heading through a tunnel in Paris

Polo: is a game played on horses – I think you have to hit a ball through a hole on a minty sweet

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Dirty Harry

Young ginger balls has… well… proved he’s got ginger balls by the sounds of it.

I once remember meeting Prince Harry whilst I was coming out of a public toilet and there were 2 people queuing ahead of him. I said to him, “you’re third in line to the throne”.

That anecdote is obviously a load of tripe, but the point stands that Prince Harry was photographed with his clothes off in a Las Vegas hotel, the city which is the doyen of gaming world when people play black jack, roulette and, apparently, strip billiards.

I used to play the odd bit of billiards when I was younger on my miniature snooker table (what a rebel) and I remember that one of the key components to scoring was to get the two balls to cannon against each other – I’m rather hoping this wasn’t a part of strip billiards.

Speculation was rife in the media with many commentators… erm… well… commentating, obviously. One breaking headline on BBC News channel advised that the photograph was “believed to be taken with a camera”. Presumably this information was there just to clarify in case anyone thought the pictures were taken using a piece of shortbread.

After the pictures had been placed on the internet (pictures of naked people on the internet, whatever next). The Sun then decided to take a bold post-Leveson Inquiry move to publish them claiming that it would be “perverse not to” – which could potentially mean that the people who aren’t printing naked photos are perverts?

Nonetheless, I can kind of sympathise with Prince Harry and the magnification of that is placed on most events in his personal life. For his part, Prince Harry has said that he wants a quiet few days and he’ll be spending some time with his family… and Prince Charles…

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