Kevin Bridges: top six jokes about Scotland

Born in November 1986 in Clydebank Scotland, to parents Andy and Patricia Bridges, Kevin's route to fame and fortune started when he was offered a stand up slot at The Stand Comedy Club in Glasgow, aged 17. Now a household name who tours the world, we take a look at Kevin's five most memorable jokes about his homeland...

Born in November 1986 in Clydebank Scotland, to parents Andy and Patricia Bridges, Kevin's route to fame and fortune started when he was offered a stand up slot at The Stand Comedy Club in Glasgow, aged 17. Now a household name who tours the world, we take a look at Kevin's five most memorable jokes about his homeland...

“In Glasgow, 'how' means 'why'? You do not ponder why. You demand HOW?”

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“Working in Poundstretcher for no wages...working in a shop where everything is worth a quid except you.”

“When the kids at school found out your parents were away, news spread like wildfire. 'Oh I hear you're having a party.' Having is probably the wrong word to use...you're GETTING a party.”

“There's a guy in the corner just trying on people's jackets. Asking people if it suits him, no' even does it fit him, does it suit him. The guy's a petty thief but he's also a fashionista.”

“The same guy that's leaving the house at the end of the night holding a microwave. 'I think you'll find I brought this with me...and I do not care for the accusation!'”