Your most tenuous connection to someone famous. My two for starters.
My mam went to school with Vic Reeves.Posted 7 years ago
I taught Theo Hutchcraft, from the popular band Hurts.
I was at uni with the lead singer from Bellowhead, but don’t think I ever met him.
My wife’s grandad turned down the Tan Hill pub’s double glazing planning application.
I am named on the Wikipedia page for my home town.molgripsSubscriber
I once rented a flat from Nigel Walker (played for Wales for a bit)’s dad, around the same time he was playing.
My Dad used to work with Max Boyce.
My mum beat Mary Peters in the hurdles at the All England in 1963 I think.
She also went to an early Rolling Stones gig and Mick Jagger threw his tambourine into the audience and it landed at her feet. She left it for someone else, thinking the then unknown Mick was a bit full of himself.
My sister’s old local was frequented by Craig Charles.
But better than all of those:
My brother in law went to school with the lady whose hand is in most of those hand cream ads where they just show hands rubbing the cream on.Posted 7 years agoFFJAMember
I’ve sat on Carrie Fishers knee, attended Bernard Cribbins birthday party, had tea with Michelle Dotrice (Betty in Some mothers do ave em no less 🙂 ) and my uncle was a pastry chef for the Queen! Sadly i remember none of the events, making them fairly pointless!Posted 7 years ago
Oh and i was in a Hovis bread advert when i was 9. I;m well cool i am! 8)
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