We take 5 mins out of our day to talk to @Traineejohn about his comedy inspirations and memories.
Unless an eviction notice is served, I live in Doncaster. By day I'm an Educational consultant and trainer. By night I'm asleep.
Humour is traditionally based on a beginning, a middle and a wrong ending but I tend toward word play and more obscure links between material. It's how my mind works so I tend to seek it out in others.
Sean Lock is fantastic. His comedy delivery is quite delicate and gentlemanly, whilst his mannerisms are uniquely wacky. Plus he's in his late 40s (well 52 so very late 40s) so it gives us middle aged mavericks hope! Archie Kelly for similar reasons. Rufus Hound seems to have very funny DNA so he makes me laugh.
Morecambe and Wise, Fawlty Towers, Dad's Army; anything that was on TV in the 70s and 80s.
Not sure about proud but I liked this one: "To win Wimbledon, Andy Murray should Says the new BBC tennis correspondent, Yoda". Beat a Yoda joke you can't.
Would love to do a gig at some point. I'm just about to go freelance in my work so the maverick will arise in me again. #TopPun