“I’m now a Twit.”
“I’m now a Twit.”
To celebrate the start of same-sex marriages in England and Wales later this month, Channel 4 is airing a musical wedding ceremony. No, really.
He (fittingly) looks JUST like Anton Chekhov.
The charming British trivia show that teaches you that everything you’ve ever learned is wrong.
His Out There documentary series aired in the UK this week.
The most essential viewing of the week. Promise.
“I have a cunning plan.”
“For me, Stephen Fry is a bringer of evil, as he expresses ideas which are evil.”
That’s almost certainly what’s just happened. Probably.
He calls for a boycott of the upcoming Winter Olympics in Russia. (via stephenfry.com)
Stephen Fry, writer, actor, comedian, genius, and host of the (absolutely brilliant) panel show QI (Quiet Interesting) is one of the UK’s most cherished national treasures. Here’s why.
Hello, and welcome to QI, where fools rush in, and angels suddenly remember they have a prior engagement. Fact checkers can take it up with The BBC.
The QI host, who has long struggled with depression, took a cocktail of pills and vodka in a hotel room. “It was a close run thing,” he admits. (via chortle.co.uk)
Nail-on-head quotes about marriage equality.
Life, love and happiness according to the UK’s favourite clever clogs.
Pelham Grenville Wodehouse is, many say, the greatest comic author ever. Subjective, sure, but it’s undeniable that the guy wrote some delightful-ass sentences.
We thought so, but then Tumblr took it to a whole other level.
“I don’t think I’ve ever done anything more satisfying.” I don’t think I’ve ever watched anything more satisfying.
This alarm clock from ThinkGeek is beyond cool. It lets you know what it’s like to be woken up by Stephen Fry as Jeeves (from the show he and Hugh Laurie used to do “Jeeves and Wooster”). Who wouldn’t want to be woken up with hilarious Fry witticisms.
We all love Stephen Fry’s warm welcome at the beginning of every “QI.” Here’s a collection of those greetings from the BBC quiz show.
Matt Rogers has taken Stephen Fry’s wonderfully narrated and articulate essay on language and given it the kinetic typography animation treatment. It’s kind of like that CeeLo Green video, only British and without the repeated use of the F-bomb. Watch Video ›
Unlike humans, birds cannot rely on the services of eHarmony, jDate, or even STDmatch.net to help them find a mate. In the bird world, males must use their brightly colored feathers (or feet) and their sweet, sweet dance moves to woo the ladies. Here are some of the most creative and hilarious mating dances YouTube has to offer. View List ›
Ashton Kutcher may have the most followers, but when it comes to this measure of influence he takes a back seat to Jonathan Ross, Perez Hilton and Stephen Fry. When ordered by engagement, he doesn’t even make the top twenty. That puts him behind Karl Rove and Coldplay. View Image ›
This, ladies and gentlemen, is what British actor/comedian/”excellent good friend” Stephen Fry looks like when stuck in an elevator. He got stuck there after speaking at Apple’s Regent Street store in London, and proceeded to tweet his way out of the situation. View Image ›