P Renton, Lydiate Fermenting Tonight IT'S that bountiful time of the year again, When all things growing free and natural, Are simultaneously coming back on tap, Wild blackberries are juice-laden and swollen, And apples are free-falling onto old Newton's head, Victoria's plums are splitting their sides
laughing, At the half-drunken birds that have overfed.
He morphed into a professor of comedy at his recent solo show at the Warehouse Theatre and had the audience splitting their sides
The comedy skits presented on the occasion by Remesh Pisharady, Dharmarajan and Sajan Pallurity had the audience splitting their sides
What are the programme makers thinking of when they compile a show like this and fail to show Britain's greatest ever stand-up, who had them splitting their sides
with the classic "incontinence pants" and "big slipper" routine?
And - as Cahill recovered from that shock - his chums were splitting their sides
to help cheer him up.
The 200-plus guests at the exclusive event at Harvey Nichols in the Mailbox were splitting their sides
as council leader Mike Whitby's speech recalled the "many intimate moments" he and Clive had shared in double bedrooms in exotic locations like Dubai.
Judging by the Ulstermen besieging radio phone-ins after the 1-0 home defeat to 10-man Canada, they must have been splitting their sides
around Belfast way on Wednesday night.
But when it came to filming the cat-fight, Taylor and her fellow actress Josephine D'Arby were more likely to injure themselves by splitting their sides
laughing, rather than receiving a black eye from a left hook.
Colleagues were splitting their sides
laughing after sneaking a banana into his gun holster.
I reported on Wednesday that bookies couldn't split the sides before the first-leg qualifier - now punters who backed the Portuguese at prices up to evens to win on the night and 5-6 to go through are splitting their sides
All the aliens were splitting their sides
The Rock With Laughter show had the audience splitting their sides
as top comics took to the stage including Jimmy Carr, Jethro and Dudley's finest, Lenny Henry.
An impressive number of wine bottles littered his table and approaching 20 people were splitting their sides
at his lamest of quips.
Judging by the long gaps after every gag, audiences were expected to be splitting their sides
with laughter, but the only animal this calls to mind is a turkey.
Favourites such as 21 Ounces and Self Suicide had the audience singing along and splitting their sides