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AIBU to say Paddy McGuinness is the perfect man?

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Koala72 Fri 02-Feb-18 21:38:07

That's it, really. Competent, physically appealing, entertaining and clearly very bright. And an excellent husband.

Come on. Who do you guys think is the perfect man?

onwardsonwards Fri 02-Feb-18 21:38:55

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isthismummy Fri 02-Feb-18 21:40:13

UABVVVU

Unless professional northerners (and I say that as a northerner) who haven't been funny since their one good show donkeys years ago are your thinggrin

Koala72 Fri 02-Feb-18 21:41:09

Yes. A Lancashire accent doesn't preclude that ...

Just try to keep talking under that pressure, and co-ordinating that show, the people, making it good - it's a feat. I think an achievement that honestly few could pull off.

Springiscoming123 Fri 02-Feb-18 21:41:56

does he have that god awful wife that is always taking selfies

Koala72 Fri 02-Feb-18 21:42:05

ah ok sorry I just admire him.

So who IS worthy of proper admiration then?

SinglePringle Fri 02-Feb-18 21:42:07

Physically appealing?!

Entertaining?!?!

Bright?!?!?!?

You must be really really drunk!

Sheeeesh Fri 02-Feb-18 21:42:50

I would OP. wink

isthismummy Fri 02-Feb-18 21:44:03

Is he on a tv show now? The last time I saw him it was in Phoenix Nights!

I don't watch much TVblush

youhaveafacefortheradio Fri 02-Feb-18 21:44:05

I definitely would

RebeccaCloud9 Fri 02-Feb-18 21:44:34

His stand up show wasn't great - and was v rude (not in a funny way) and it certainly didn't make him seem attractive in the slightest.

NotAnotherUserName5 Fri 02-Feb-18 21:45:05

Think you must be his wife grin

Koala72 Fri 02-Feb-18 21:45:05

Ha.

So how could anyone not fancy him? Am I wrong?? Thank you, Sheeeeesh.

I bet he's really nice on Sundays, too. I bet he would be happy to go to the garden centre and wander around and carry slightly pointless pot plants to the car. He bloody would. smile

iklboo Fri 02-Feb-18 21:45:18

You know he's wearing and earpiece and is probably getting feed from the gallery? Plus they'll have edited out all the really shite bits where he dried, fluffed his lines, fell flat etc

JeremiahBackflip Fri 02-Feb-18 21:45:37

Competent.

Not something I would have had as a top quality in any fantasy husband, it has to be said.

Makes me think of a man hoiking his slacks up by his thumbs, shoving a paper under his oxters and then setting about a piece of DIY (or indeed, intimate relations) with grim determination to Get The Job Done Adequately before Homes Under The Hammer finishes.

Namechanged36 Fri 02-Feb-18 21:46:24

I would too.
And I loved Phoenix Nights.
And Take Me Out

Koala72 Fri 02-Feb-18 21:46:41

The last time I saw him it was in Phoenix Nights!

Omg!!! What he in Phoenix Nights???? Then I do love him!!

Best show ever.

DilysPrice Fri 02-Feb-18 21:46:41

Nice bloke but insufficiently Welsh.

I'm going to suggest Steve Jones - I'm not sure he's going to get into Mensa any time soon mind - Rhod Gilbert, Gethin Jones or Ioan Gruffudd..

isthismummy Fri 02-Feb-18 21:46:46

Jeremiahgringringrin

user1471517900 Fri 02-Feb-18 21:47:31

It is clearly Kriss Akabusi. I think ability over 400m hurdles and knowledge of world records is a crucial aspect of any future husband

Koala72 Fri 02-Feb-18 21:47:39

I'm not sure he's going to get into Mensa any time soon mind .
But maybe he's a rough diamond? grin

isthismummy Fri 02-Feb-18 21:48:03

Ioan Gruffudd. Now there you're talking. I'd blow his horn anyday, etc etc etc...

DilysPrice Fri 02-Feb-18 21:49:17

I am however completely with you on your choice of competence as top attribute in fantasy husband. Fantasy shags can be hopelessly impractical, but fantasy husbands need to know how to fix a leaking toilet.

Koala72 Fri 02-Feb-18 21:49:54

oh sorry omg forgot Tom Hardy - how could I?!!!!!

(all that bashing on the head and pain spikes from tattoos probably not that good for his brain cells, though) (but does it matter?)

Koala72 Fri 02-Feb-18 21:50:26

(actually Tom Hardy is proven very intelligent)

(scientifically proven)

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