Peter Gilham 50 years not out. (2 Viewers)

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Used to love the Chris Moyles show “Toby LeRones”. I had to stop the car and pull over one morning through crying with laughter. Have a listen on you tube.
 

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Maybe it shows that perhaps he is no longer up to it if he got out by such a basic prank
I was just being the consummate professional and reading out a request I assumed to be genuine from someone with the surname Janus. I’m sure Samantha wouldn’t have thought it quite so funny. I’m more disappointed that more people commented on what tickled them rather than picking up on the message that followed re my brother in law, Graham Marriner, (who was known to many) who had passed away just 36 hours earlier.
 

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I was just being the consummate professional and reading out a request I assumed to be genuine from someone with the surname Janus. I’m sure Samantha wouldn’t have thought it quite so funny. I’m more disappointed that more people commented on what tickled them rather than picking up on the message that followed re my brother in law, Graham Marriner, (who was known to many) who had passed away just 36 hours earlier.
The news about Graham didn't make the "cut" on Twitter. Which was probably wise and also why it's not been mentioned on here. Likewise "Samantha" didn't either.

Anyway, very sorry to hear the news Peter.
 

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I was just being the consummate professional and reading out a request I assumed to be genuine from someone with the surname Janus. I’m sure Samantha wouldn’t have thought it quite so funny. I’m more disappointed that more people commented on what tickled them rather than picking up on the message that followed re my brother in law, Graham Marriner, (who was known to many) who had passed away just 36 hours earlier.
Very sorry to hear that sad news about Graham RIP
 

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I was just being the consummate professional and reading out a request I assumed to be genuine from someone with the surname Janus. I’m sure Samantha wouldn’t have thought it quite so funny. I’m more disappointed that more people commented on what tickled them rather than picking up on the message that followed re my brother in law, Graham Marriner, (who was known to many) who had passed away just 36 hours earlier.
Sorry to hear about Graham. He very kindly got me into the players reception in Stripes for the 100 Years Of Griffin Park celebrations, where I got to meet so many of my heroes. I’ll always be grateful to him, for that.

RIP Big Grey.
 

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Sorry to hear about Graham. He very kindly got me into the players reception in Stripes for the 100 Years Of Griffin Park celebrations, where I got to meet so many of my heroes. I’ll always be grateful to him, for that.

RIP Big Grey.
I had the pleasure of meeting Graham a few times. He made a lovely cup tea as well.
RIP Graham.
 

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I’m more disappointed that more people commented on what tickled them rather than picking up on the message that followed re my brother in law, Graham Marriner, (who was known to many) who had passed away just 36 hours earlier.
Mr Gilham, Sir, I am so sorry to hear about you and your family's loss. May Graham Rest In Peace.
 

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I was just being the consummate professional and reading out a request I assumed to be genuine from someone with the surname Janus. I’m sure Samantha wouldn’t have thought it quite so funny. I’m more disappointed that more people commented on what tickled them rather than picking up on the message that followed re my brother in law, Graham Marriner, (who was known to many) who had passed away just 36 hours earlier.
So sorry to hear about Graham, a great character, R I P Graham 🐝
 

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I was just being the consummate professional and reading out a request I assumed to be genuine from someone with the surname Janus. I’m sure Samantha wouldn’t have thought it quite so funny. I’m more disappointed that more people commented on what tickled them rather than picking up on the message that followed re my brother in law, Graham Marriner, (who was known to many) who had passed away just 36 hours earlier.
Peter, I was unaware until Bill Benn mentioned to me earlier about the sad news that Graham had passed away. He was a real character and great company and will be missed by lots of us.
God bless and safe journey Graham
 

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Very sad news that Graham has passed away, may he rest in peace.

This time is difficult enough without further sadness for his family and friends.
 

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Very sorry for your loss Peter. I haven’t seen the full clip so was unaware of your announcement about Graham.
 

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I saw the short video clip of PG repeatedly popping up on my twitter feed and so eventually listened to it. Didn't seem particularly funny to me, oh well all to their own.

Seems odd so many people on social media think it's hilarious, then again loads of people think Peter Kay's stage shows are hilariously funny and he's **** IMO 🤦🏻‍♂️🤭
 

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