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I just cannot listen to his voice. I've just had to ask DH to change the channel because I was getting all irritated.Am I alone?
You mean professor Brian Cox?
No you are completely NOT alone! I spent ages last night trying to explain to DH how creepy I find him! Dh was not very impressed, he thinks Prof Cox is wonderful. Blech.
His voice is weird, his skin is too smooth... And women think he's some kind of sex symbol. It's very odd.
I think he's interesting and knowledgeable, but very wet and Frank Spencery.
That's why I'm on the iPad - dh seems to think the sun shines out of his arse
he isnt creepy, just very boring I struggle to keep awake watching every week.
I think he is lovely not sure what it is about him.
His wife is a MNetter.
yes professor, i knew he had a fancy name.i like science, i enjoy what he says, but I wish he would hire somebody else to say it.
oh i'm sure his wife would find my DH creepy.
Someone on my FB has just said they definitely WOULD! I was really?
He's not creepy!! He's dishy! He seems like such a free spirit
I definitely would!
I read an article once written by his wife about what it was like living with a man and knowing other women would be all over him given half a chance. I found it really interesting, although I am unlikely to ever be in that position.
Heehee I thought you meant the "other" Brian Cox now I find HIM creepy!
I love his programmes, very interesting and he is pretty inoffensive and easy on the eye.
Oh I definitely would too .His wife is a MNer you sau?I am so sorry for lusting over your DH .
His programmes are fab though. Have LOVED this series. ...bought the book and recorded every episode. Fascinating stuff.
Really? His voice doesn't make your hands go all claw-y?
I can listen to him on the radio and not be annoyed, but I can't watch him on the telly. I imagine he'd be a feathery stroker (apologies to Mrs Cox).
at feathery stroker
<barges on to thread>Do you mean Mr Gia?
'Hi, it's me - Professor Briiiiiiiiian Cox. I'm just like you. . . . but a bit more science-y!' Sketch from V.I.P. - can't find link sorry.But absolutely not taking the piss cos I fancy brainy geysers!
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